Why You Shouldn’t Miss This
A gastronomy tour in one of Italy’s prime culinary capitals, the Food Lovers Walking Tour is an experience you just cannot afford to miss! Let your taste buds run riot as you indulge in a wide selection of authentic Italian food. Right from the streets of Naples to its fine-dining options, the tour covers all the famous recipes, venues and dishes you must try in the city.
From the simple street delights to the more complex and exotic Neapolitan masterpieces, you are in for a treat. With cheese tastings and more to keep your appetite growing, you’re definitely going to indulge in a plethora of dishes on this tour. All we can say is: Buon Appetito!
Known for its intricate Baroque architecture and incredible cityscape, Naples, is also world-famous for its food. Arguably one of Italy’s finest cuisine, the Neapolitan palate and delicacies are enjoyed by people world-over and on this tour, this food journey is what you’ll embark on.
Stroll through the streets of Naples with a native foodie guide and get introduced to the vibrant street food culture of Naples. From quirky recipes and mouth-watering flavours to larger-than-life chefs and intricate techniques, Naples has it all. Take in the sights of the city as you make your way to the first stop of the day: breakfast. Enjoy 3 savoury pastries and a delicious cup of Italian cappuccino as you gear up for a busy food day.
Your guide will tell you everything you need to know about Neapolitan food, its remarkable evolutionary history and the importance it has in the life of the locals. As you continue on the tour you will stop for a light lunch which comprises of three pasta course accompanied by a glass of red wine. Next up, a typical ‘cuoppo’, a local street food accompanied by a glass of white one.
Next up, a tour of a Limoncello factory where you will see how this famous liqueur is made and you’ll even get to indulge in this Southern Italian trademark treat. After a short walk, it's time to dive into a fresh, delicious seafood salad served along with Falanghina white wine. Last, but not the least, it’s time to explore the sweet side of things with a drizzle of limoncello, meloncello and a rich and creamy homemade ice cream.