Rome (Civitavecchia) Culinary tour Excursion Reviews

Rome (Civitavecchia) Culinary tour cruise excursion
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Italy is famous for its cuisine and its wines. Savor authentic Tuscan tastes on a culinary tour of the region.
Member Image ItaloAmericana
2 reviews
Sep 2016
We took a walking food tour in the Trastevere area of Rome. It was excellent. We sampled several treats, including gelato and prosciutto. We also had a sit-down lunch with three different pastas and wine.
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Provider: Eating Italy
Member Image Happicruzrr
1 review
Aug 2016
Chef's assistant called at 2 am and said the kitchen caught on fire at AQUA restaurant and cancelled the tour... bummer.
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Provider: Carnival Cruise Line
Member Image Lisabrette
2 reviews
Jul 2016
A FAB food tour!! Highly recommend!!!
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Provider: Eating Italy
Member Image Pollypops
2 reviews
Jun 2016
Tuscania is a pretty town, the guided tour was a bit boring and we were only given half an hour of free time which was not enough. The farmhouse lunch was excellent with plenty of food and wine.
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Provider: P&O Cruises
Member Image mswoody50
2 reviews
Jun 2016
Enjoyed immensely except restaurant/farm was not expecting us, when guide telephoned ahead to confirm ETA. Had to make a detour to fill in time
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Provider: Oceania Cruises
Member Image Keithlt
1 review
Jun 2016
Beautiful scenery at Marta on lake Bolsena, then to a winery for a very generous wine tasting experience
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Provider: P&O Cruises
Member Image Marcia Priske
1 review
Jun 2015
We have been to Rome 3 times prior so we looked for something a bit different.
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Provider: Norwegian Cruise Line
Member Image bharrelslp
3 reviews
Jun 2014

Taste of Italy tour was really lovely. We made pasta in the Rome countryside at a Farmhouse restaurant and had a lovely 3 course lunch with wine. Very well done. We later got to go into Rome proper and see the major sites from our bus which was fine since we had done all the Rome things before. We had a horrible bus with NO shocks and the seats were meant for children not adults. We all had bruises on our behinds from the seatbelt fixtures poking us for 6 hours. Other than the bus it was lovely.

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Provider: Norwegian Cruise Line
Member Image wooinc
1 review
Aug 2013

This was a olive oil tasting. The tour did not match the description at all. We stopped in a little town for 45 minutes where we walked around. Then we headed to a farm where we had less than a 5 minute exp,a nation of olive oil. We then went to the farmhouse where we were given a piece of stale bread with olive oil, a little pasta, and some cheese, along with a glass of wine. The name of this excursion implied we would trying different types of olive oil. There was nothing informative or exciting about this tour.

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Provider: Celebrity Cruises
Member Image Waverunner20
1 review
Dec 2012
A lot of walking around the Testaccio area of Roma, not often experienced by tourists. We had seen the major sites, and wanted something different. Sarah was an excellent guide, and all the places we visited were varied and interesting. The food samples were delicious! We took the train from ship to Ostiense station, then taxi to meeting place. The trains were on time; we booked our tickets from home, before we left; very reasonable, good value for money.
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Provider: Eating Italy Food Tours
Member Image Two 2 Tango
10 reviews
Apr 2012
Great trip, lovely town and had some good authentic food and wine tasting.
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Provider: P&O Cruises

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