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An Exceptional evening of the best of Romes foods as we explored

A wonderful tour of the Ghetto, the market and Piazza Navona as we tasted, walked and learned some history. ANGELA our guide is a gem.

Awesome personalised service from Camila! Great fun

Great quality segways and Camila is very knowledgeable and friendly, if you're only in Rome for a short time this is definitely worth it! Essential!

Heart of Rome: Discover the City by Segway Reviewed by Daniel, 04/29/2019

This is amazing for independent travelers!

I had so much fun on this tour. Usually I'm more comfortable doing things in my own pace and time, my flexibility is very important when I travel. bitemojo tours are so good for independent travelers!! The app is really easy to use, the experience is beyond! It's got of a treasure hunt vibe and you go from point to point, each time there's something interesting or delicious. Also it's a great way to create content for bloggers, so much food, street art, gorgeous places (I don't want to spoil the surprises). The tour is super cheap, and there's so much food on the tour, it's quite hard to finish everything! Everything was delicious and the people were all super nice and approachable. A really great concept! Will definitely be back for other tours in different places. SUPER RECOMMENDED!!!

A combination of good food and interesting locations

All went smoothly from the time we met Marta, our guide, in the Campo di Fiori, slightly off the beaten Roman tourist trail. Stopping occasionally to give us fascinating insights regarding the history of the places we visited, she also led our small group to several small restaurants to sample genuine Italian dishes. The pizzas on the thinnest of crusts were delicious and very unlike what we would expect of a pizza at home. And we were introduced to food we hadn't tried before - including suppli (rice balls) and globe artichokes cooked in traditional Roman-Jewish style in the former Ghetto. Wine and finally a wide choice of ice-creams rounded off a really enjoyable evening. Thank you, Marta, for your efficiency throughout.

Rome: Small Group Street Food Tour with a Local Guide Reviewed by Anonymous, 02/24/2019

Totally worth it! Wish We would have done it sooner!

Malta was our guide, she was amazing! So knowledgeable and fun. She made it very educational and personable. She got to tell us about each place, it’s origins and why she was actually taking us where she was. Absolutely recommend!

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