Viaggi di Architettura suggests a Rome Street Food tour, where you will enjoy the Roman cuisine as well as you will get a taste of the finest local wines. Join our gastronomic journey, ranging from arancini to delicious pizza slices – to each their own. Viaggi di Architettura’s Street Food tour in Rome will let you discover the culture of Rome through its cuisine, on top of enjoying the city’s beautiful sights.

The tour starts off at Testaccio, located in the neighbourhood which was once known for its a former abattoir and now being used as an exhibit and event space. Testaccio is situated just on the edge of the city and its solitary ancient ruins make quite the noticeable display. The neighbourhood is very popular for its exquisite Roman food as well as it is packed with restaurants. Get a taste of the true Roman style – artichokes ‘alla romana’, hot supplì with mozzarella and rice, stuffed zucchini flowers, and other delicacies at a historical deli situated in Testaccio by the name of Volpetti. Volpetti knows of a wide range of cheeses, meats, alongside other food items; the finest prosciutto as well as some of the best salami in town. The Street Food Tour concludes in the Campo Cestio, which is a cemetery for non-Catholics. Jewellery magnates like Bulgari, Keats and Shelly are buried here. The place knows of quite a bizarre history but makes for an interesting location with its fine sculptures. It is not a very well-known place, making it a relaxing spot covered with greenery and a nice shade.

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