This food market tour in Rome is proposed by Walks of Italy and is located in and around perhaps the Eternal city's most atmospheric daily market, Campo de' Fiori.
Traditionally frequented by chefs and cooks from local restaurants and family trattorie, where they source seasonal ingredients, your guide will introduce you to a number of stalls, some owned by the same families for more than a century.
In total, there are 12 stops on your tour where you can sample a product.
They include fresh bread from a bakery, prosciutto crudo, Parmigiano Reggiano and Pecorino Romano cheeses, as well as mozzarella di bufala, Italian coffee, a typical dolce and fruit in season.
You will also have a chance to learn about extra virgin olive oil and traditional balsamic vinegar of Modena, and what the difference is between a 'Dop' and a 'Doc'.
After your lesson, your pizza will be baked in a wood burning oven and then enjoyed in the restaurant.
After your tour you should be able to appreciate an authentic restaurant from a touristy one and how to eat well on authentic Roman street food.