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The flavors of the floating maze
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The Food Tour of Venice starts with the typical Italian Aperitivo when you can choose between the renowned Spritz or Prosecco in a venue away from tourist crowds but very close to San Marco.
The itinerant menu continues with the tasting of a typically Venetian dish, the cicchetti. At the bacari it is possible to bite these appetizing flavors with bold combination, such as those of cod fish or liver pate, paired with a good glass of wine. In the next stop you can meet His Majesty, the Tramezzino – a very soft withe bread that suits with any type of filling.
The Food Tour continues by reaching one of the oldest restaurants in Venice and now a reference point for gondoliers. In this restaurant – whose origins date back to the 16th century – you can enjoy a sample of fresh pasta paired with freat local wine.
Our lunch ends with a sweet note, Italian artisan and creamy gelato!

  From 150 Eur
  A progressive lunch, (a real Italian meal)
  Minimum of five food stops and three top-shelf wines 
  Highest quality food and wine
      Typical Venetian restaurants
  Small groups
  Food Ambassador, a licensed local guide and food and wine expert
3,5 hours
2,5 Km/ 1,5 miles
Venice
San Marco, Rialto, Cannaregio
English - other languages upon request
Piazza san Marco
11.00 a.m.
Monday to Saturday
  • Vegetarian,non-alcoholic alternatives and for any dietary restrictions can be provided. Please specify it at time of booking.

  • Our food tour is in English but tours in other languages are available upon request. Contact us!

  • The exact address of meeting point will be provided via email few days before the tour.




Important information about Covid-19 (coronavirus).
The Covid-19 emergency requires everyone to be careful and therefore it is necessary to comply with the following rules while on tour.
  •  Wear a mask covering mouth and nose during the whole experience. It is especially important when in crowded areas and inside shops and venues. It is not required when eating or drinking.
  • Keep a safe distance of at least 1 metre (3 feets) unless you belong to the same family an/or if you live together with the persons you are travelling with.
  • Regularly clean your hands with an alcohol based hand rub or wash them with soap and water: they are available by law inside restaurants and commercial venues.
  • Avoid touching your own eyes, nose and mouth.
  • Avoid shaking hands, hugging and other physical contact with people you don't live with.


What they say about us

susanc0506
susanc0506
5
The Walking Palate was a wonderful tour and I highly recommend it!!! On this tour, we were able to sample Italy at its finest! The tour began with appetizers and of course fantastic wine and continued on to several main courses and ending with gelato! Not only did we get to experience sensational food, but we also got to meet some wonderful people and experience their life style!
bluequill2017
bluequill2017
5
Food and culture are very much intermingled, this tour provided a wonderful experience exposing you to some great foods in an area that was not full of tourist which gave you a much more authentic experience. You also walk off some of the calories so come prepared and wear comfortable walking shoes.
Christy
Christy
4
We had a lovely afternoon. Our guide was very knowledgeable and friendly, and it was lovely to chat with the other couple on the tour!
Mike Miller
Mike Miller
4
In a word, outstanding! If you are in any doubt about booking, do it, you won't be disappointed.

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