Piazza Dante, Piazza Dante, Naples, Metropolitan City of Naples, Italy


Neapolitan cuisine is rich of different dishs for everyone. Give yourself a change to taste different kinds of traditional food.

Enjoy the mix of colors and perfumes that only Neapolitan culinary tradition can offer.

Naples is a city full of sun, music, sea and happiness. It’s a popular destination for thousands of vacationers from all over the world that come here everyday in order to discover the city and its treasures.

Naples has a rich ancient culinary tradition. In fact, it boasts a nickname of the “city of good food”, a mix of colors and perfumes that only Neapolitan tradition can offer.

Naples gives the possibility to plunge into an unknown world of history and food that surprises every traveler. A food walking tour is a fun alternative to explore this amazing place.

One of the best ways to visit the city is to walk through its unique streets famous for their traditional restaurants, pizzerias and delis where food is fresh and tasty. Here the tourists can taste typical food. First of all, it is pizza (it was exactly here during the 19th century that the chef Raffaele Esposito made a pizza for the first time in honor of Queen Margaret of Savoia), “Sfogliatella” – a sweet shell-shaped filled pastry, “Babà” – a real explosion of taste, and much more.

The traditional “Mercato della Pignasecca” is another authentic part of Naples life. Here you can buy fish, fruits, vegetables, cakes and many other traditional foods such as famous “Piede e muso” – a dish of cow’s foot and snout.

A quick stop in a bar with local cakes, coffee and liqueurs is essential. In Neapolitan bars there is an ancient tradition called “Caffè sospeso” or pending coffee. If anyone wants to pay for a poor man’s coffee, he pays the double price. Poor people can always ask at the counter whether any of such “sospeso” coffees is pending when they come into a bar, and if yes, they get free coffee.

Morning or afternoon tourists will always find delicious food types they will like. Salty or sweet Naples can meet anyone’s taste.


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Tour’s Details

Tour type: Walking tour
Duration: 2.5 hours
Location: Italy, Naples and Caserta
Meet Location: Piazza Dante, under the statue of Dante Alighieri
End Location: Piazza San Domenico Maggiore
Transportation method: Transportation can be arranged on demand
Activity Level:
Maximum number of People: 10
Kid friendly: Yes. Kids are welcome under adults supervision
Friendly: Yes
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Children (3-12):
Infant (0-2):
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Tour’s Program

- The tour will be an exciting culinary experience. It will be a voyage through the local bars, restaurants and famous pizzerias where you will find most delicious pizzas in the world.
- You will meet your guide in Piazza Dante, walk down the typical alleys and visit famous “Mercato della Pignasecca” and "Mercato di Montesanto".
- The tour will continue in the historical center of Naples, through the street called “Spaccanapoli” where it will be possible to taste street food such as the “Pizza al portafoglio” - a folded pizza that's not on a plate, but is as delicious as a normal pizza in the pizzerias, “Frittatina di pasta”, “Panzarotti”, etc..
- The tour guide will be a Neapolitan who will show you the most important monuments in the historical center.
- Come down to Piazza del Gesù, next to the churches of Gesù and St Chiara.
- End the tour in Piazza St. Domenico Maggiore and taste the typical sfogliatella or the famous babà - a real explosion of taste.
- Guide service for the entire duration of the tour.
- Food tasting in 6 spots.
- Drinks
- Personal expenses
- Any kind of transportation
- We suggest you to put on walking shoes
- Vegetarian, vegan, glucose-free and lactose-intolerant dietary restrictions are catered to.
- Please inform us in case of food intolerance or restrictions

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