Are you Visiting Florence? Don’t miss our Florence Food tour by Locals along with a glimpse of the city’s attraction and cultural sites! Florence’s and Tuscany’s gastronomic tradition, are also well known. Yet, for this reason, it could be difficult to decide and make the right choice about food.
That’s why we create a Florence food tour, that offers an overview of the many tasty specialties of the city, moving from selected cured meats and cheeses, to different types of pasta, strictly kneaded by hand. Also different sorts of plant-based dishes, which became internationally famous for their rustic taste, such as the pappa al pomodoro and the ribollita.
A tour capable of pleasing both the eyes and the palate!
Sacha, Paola, Silvia, Maria, Rosy, Rossella and Vanessa, your local experts, are passionate about their city and they want to share their love for Florence with you!
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Cured meats and local cheeses from Tuscany a traditional Florencian aperitivo, tasting local meats, cheeses and toasted bread, along with a glass of Chianti, in the framework of one of the oldest and most famous wine.
Potatoes tortelli a recipe from Mugello, the hill country area around Florence. Rectangular and stuffed with potatoes, parmesan cheese, walnut, and salt. Strictly kneaded by hand in a top ranking trattoria of Firenze.
Pici the traditional spaghetti from Tuscany kneaded by hand and topped with an extraordinary sauce of black cabbage and bacon (other options are available upon choice).
Coccoli marbles of deep-fried dough, served with prosciutto crudo (a very tasty ham from Tuscany) and stracchino cheese (savoury and creamy cheese). They are the best example of Florence street food: a unique delicacy!
Pappa al pomodoro a dish from the farmers’ tradition, wisely prepared in the same way since generations, in one of the most typical and lively trattoria of Florence.
Ribollita one cannot leave Florence without having tried this traditional soup made with bread and vegetables. Eating is believing!
Ice Cream/ Cantucci e vin santo they both represent the best possible conclusion for a Florence meal. You shall taste the cantucci and vin santo in one of the most renowned and traditional patisserie of the city center. Otherwise, you will taste one of the best ice cream in town in a gourmet ice cream shop.