Best tour ever. Variety and Giovanna was the best. Nice blend of history and native life. Definitely a must to do in middle of your trip.
Italian cuisine is so strongly regional that every city and town has its own unique specialties—and there’s no better way to discover Venice’s food and wine than under the eye of a local foodie. On this Venice food tour, sample at least 13 specialties, including wine, seafood, gelato, and “cicchetti” (Venetian tapas), as you learn about the city’s culinary culture.
Join your guide and small group near the Rialto Bridge and set off through the streets on foot. Start the tour with some coffee and typical Venetian pastries, before strolling through some wine bars and trying traditional Venetian drinks alongside “cicchetti” (Venetian tapas).
Sample local specialties including polenta, cured meat, cookies, gelato, and at least five types of fish as you learn the stories behind the bars and restaurants you’re visiting. Learn about Venice’s foodie history as you sample signature dishes at historic establishments, and discover how to spot good-quality gelato from a distance. Your tour will finish close to where you began.
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Our guide Holly was fun and informative and the food we had was all authentic and delicious! Only 4 in our group made it fun and relaxed. Italian coffee, then prosecco and amazing cicchetti in a traditional wine bar, more wine, delicious seafood risotto, hams...More
This tour is a must do, especially the first day you are in Venice as you will learn where to go and how to eat like a local, then you can go back for lunches and dinner for the rest of your stay. You learn...More
This was a great way to spend 3 hours in Venice and meet new people. The food and wine we tasted were excellent and a true experience of what Venice has to offer. Lots of fun, lots of laughs, some great sights and lots and...More
Call me biased because I love Italian food and wine. My fav must be the steamed baby artichokes andgelato with Pistachio flavor. It was the most creamy and taste like Pistachio. All the wines... oh my... i can´t pick a favorite. We had too many...More