Join us on a pleasant stroll around the Trastevere neighborhood and get a better understanding of how a typical Roman aperitivo looks and tastes like.
Admire the 5th-century mosaics that decorate the interiors of the Paleochristian Basilica dedicated to Santa Cecilia.
Explore the narrow alleys that characterize Trastevere. Visit the Antica Caciara, where you’ll have the opportunity to taste delicious homemade mozzarella. Have a taste of the Roman porchetta at the Antica Norcineria Iacozzilli, one of the oldest family butcher shops in Rome. Stop at Venanzio, the first supplì shop in Rome. Last but not least, visit the Cantina di Spirito, an underground wine cellar. With the help of a professional sommelier, you will taste a selection of local wines.
Stop in front of the marvelous Basilica of Santa Maria in Trastevere, the 4th century church and the emblem of Trastevere and end the tour in Piazza Trilussa
In front of Santa Cecilia (Trastevere)
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Comfortable shoes and clothes
Please note that you will be visiting sacred sites. A proper attire is required, covering knees and shoulders
2,5 hour guided walking tour
Entrance and admission to Santa Maria in Trastevere
Food and wine tastings
Small groups of max. 10 people
Ferry boat tickets (or train if poor weather)
Tips and gratuities
Hotel pickup / drop-off
The Basilica of Santa Cecilia is devoted to a young Roman woman named Cecilia, martyred under Marcus Aurelius. According to tradition, the Basilica is built on top of the Saint's house.
Then Antica Caciara Trasteverina is an iconic butcher shop in the centre of Rome. The name of this spot was chosen by the trasteverini (those who live in Trastevere): this was the place where roman shepherds would come and sell their cheese, typically called caci.
The Antica Norcineria Iacozzilli is a local butcher shop in Trastevere. It is famous for its delicious porchetta (roast pork)
Da Venanzio is an iconic Roman street food shop. Here you'll find lovely pizza al taglio, pasta, and delicious supplì, fried rice balls with hot steaming ragù and melting mozzarella.
The Basilica of Santa Maria in Trastevere is one of the oldest churches in Rome. Its golden mosaics have fascinated travelers throughout the centuries.
Piazza Trilussa is an important square of Trastevere, that looks over the river Tiber.