Discover authentic street food in Naples! You will have access to places where food is made and which are usually not accessible to the public.
What to Expect
The Dutch-Italian philosopher Jakob Moleschott said that good food is the ground on which a population can build and refine its own culture. You may not say that you really know a place if you have not had food with the people, in their own style. The Neapolitan cuisine is one of the most popular in the world. But when recipes and goods are taken outside of the Country, chances are that recipes get changed and they lose their original taste.
You will soon be in Naples. Take the chance to taste a selection of real Neapolitan food in a tasteful, cultural and historical itinerary, guided by your professional tour guide. You will walk in the old and lively street market of Pignasecca, full of flavors and calls from the hawkers and through the well-known Spaccanapoli way you’ll reach the historic center.
Guided by your city trainer you will have access to the best pizza places, fry places, taverns, confectioneries and bars. You will fall in love with Naples before you know it. You will have access to places where food is made and which are usually not accessible to the public. It will be a unique chance for you to walk on by churches and palaces of the historic center, taste genuine food and have a word with chefs and pizza makers and they may even tell you some of their secrets!
You will have the chance to prepare and bake your own pizza, within a pizza class you will take as a Neapolitan in Naples. “Cuoppo” di frittura (a “cone” of fried food), Buffalo mozzarella with Parma ham, Taralli (small bagles) with almonds and black pepper, Ziti pasta with Neapolitan meat sauce, Parmigiana eggplant, a good glass of typical red wine from Campania, Pizza Margherita, Babà, Sfogliatella and Neapolitan espresso will accompany the most tasteful day of your vacation.
The itinerary starts from the old street Market of Pignasecca and goes thru the Spaccanapoli way, to Piazza Gesù Nuovo, Piazza San Domenico Maggiore, Piazzetta Nilo and Via San Gregorio Armeno. From Piazza San Gaetano you walk thru the well-known Via Dei Tribunali, passing by the old Port’Alba and ending in the ancient Piazza Dante.
- Professional tour guide
- Tasting of “Cuoppo” di frittura (a “cone” of fried food), Buffalo mozzarella, smoked Provola cheese, Parma ham, Neapolitan salame, Taralli (small bagles) with almonds and black pepper, Ziti pasta with sauce, a glass of typical red wine from Campania
- Pizza lesson