Family-Friendly Food Tours in Rome

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Looking for fun family activities in Rome?

If you’re travelling with children and looking for things to do in Rome, why not share a taste of local life together on one of our family-friendly food tours?

It’s hard to keep the whole family happy and entertained on a busy city break, especially when you’re travelling with young kids.

Our fun and interactive food experiences keep the kids busy while giving you a chance to see a unique side of the city.

Kids AND Parents Will Enjoy These Family-Friendly Tours in Rome!


From VIP dinners in Rome’s favourite foodie neighbourhoods, to an interactive food market experience that includes art activities, our family-friendly food tours in Rome take you to genuine places where you can eat well and have fun together.  

Kids under the age of 4 can join any of our tours for free. Plus we offer a discounted price for children (4-12 years) and teenagers (13 – 17 years). 

Keep the kids busy while you discover some of the city’s best-kept foodie secrets on one of our interactive Rome adventures.



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Taste of Testaccio

Taste of Testaccio

Share a genuine taste of local life in this iconic city

Departs: Daily Morning
Duration: 4 hours
From €89
Trastevere For Foodies with Pasta Making

Trastevere For Foodies with Pasta Making

Departs: Mon to Sat 10:00 am & 11:15 am
Duration: 3,5 hours
From €109
Rome Sunday Tour

Rome Sunday Tour

A delicious taste of traditional Roman cooking in the historic heart of Rome

Departs: Sunday 10:30am
Duration: 3 hours
Family Market Tour – Food, Art & Fun

Family Market Tour – Food, Art & Fun

Discover Rome through food and family-fun activities

Departs: Mon to Sat 10am
Duration: 3 hours

We took a lunchtime tour with our 14 year old son and 10 year old daughter. All four of us thoroughly enjoyed it, and the kids were not bored. It was a great change of pace from the major tourist sites and a very relaxing afternoon.

- Margaret V. (TripAdvisor review)

We had a great time – kids included! It was a fun-filled and delicious tour of many food stops that we would never have discovered on our own. Val was a terrific host and guide. Highly recommended!

- Rossu (TripAdvisor review)

I’ve taken many different tours in Italy and as a teen, sometimes they are boring. At times they can be tiring when you walk a lot but this tour was completely different. There wasn’t too much talking to the point of lecturing at all from our tour guide Chris. He was interactive and asked the group questions about themselves. By the end of the trip, we had all become friends!

- Ttreonze (TripAdvisor review)

We thoroughly enjoyed our Trastevere food tour with Chris. He was absolutely ideal with our group of 8 people so much so that our kids (14 and 17) are telling their friends it was one of their highlights of our 10 day stay in Italy.

- Roger (TripAdvisor review)

The tour guide was wonderful in including our kids, made all of us laugh, the kids were both so interested the entire time. It was beyond fascinating and everything was so delicious.

- Sylwia H (TripAdvisor review)

Our whole family loved the food, drink, and friendly neighbourhood feel that Rish created in this tour. From the very start everyone felt comfortable and Rish’s insights and humour kept us engaged and eager to try the next delicious item.

- Matt B. (TripAdvisor review)

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