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Naples Street Food and Sightseeing Tour

  • Arrive with an appetite and savor enough Naples’ food for a full meal
  • Hear the stories of Naples and its beloved cuisine from a local guide
  • Enjoy authentic Neapolitan snacks that you might not otherwise try
Naples Street Food and Sightseeing Tour
From US$40.48
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Dinnertime street food tourMost Popular
2.5 hour small group street food tour of downtown naples during dinnertime
From US$40.48
Lunchtime street food tour
2.5 hour small group street food tour of downtown naples during lunchtime
From US$40.48
Discover the flavors of Naples on a walking tour, and leave armed with tips for the best restaurants and cafes to try in town. With a food expert/local guide, savor authentic Neapolitan bites, such as frittata di pasta and zucchini flowers, and learn about the Southern Italian cuisine as you stroll amid city sights. It’s the perfect city introduction for food lovers and sightseers alike.
What to Expect
From Piazza Dante, eat your way around the streets of central Naples with a guide, calling in at locally loved Neapolitan cafes and restaurants and admiring quirky churches and sights along the way.
Taste fried risotto balls, called arancini, and the street food favorite, frittata di pasta. Then, admire the architecture along Naples’ historic main street: the Spaccanapoli.
Stroll through Piazza del Gesu, learning about sights, such as the Santa Chiara Church, Piazza Bellini, and the Conservatory of San Pietro a Majella. Make your way past the artisan workshops of the San Gregorio Armeno enclave, where nativity scenes are famously made, and then continue to savor more treats, including mozzarella, taralli (savory cookies from Southern Italy), and pizza, of course.
With your appetite sated by true Neapolitan food, finish back at Piazza Dante.
Reviews (134)
1 - 5 of 48 reviews
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile
Stuffed with food and info

I would recommend doing this your first night in Napoli. I did it on my last and during the walk, he would show us somewhere that I wish I could have seen. Mario was our guide. He gave us a history and cultural lesson of...More

1  Thank CoastGuardSteve
Reviewed 1 week ago
Great Food Learning Tour of Naples

This tour provided some great food and interesting food history of Naples. Well worth the cost, a lot of great food was tried. Some establishments and food would not have tried if not for this tour. Great guide, knowledgeable, personabable with great insights to the...More

Date of experience: September 2018
2  Thank bellame
Reviewed October 29, 2018 via mobile
Great intro to Naples

My mom and I did this tour our first day in Naples and it was the perfect intro. Mario gave us great history and background on the city and food traditions. He was really great. I totally recommend this experience.

2  Thank Tiffany F
Reviewed October 26, 2018
great experience, fantastic food, lovely guide!

I enjoyed every single minute of the street food tour! We had a lovely guide namend Didi, who was the best! The food war fantastic, the limoncello factory visit was my favorite and the ice cream for dessert was a great ending for this tour!...More

Date of experience: October 2018
2  Thank kgb_berlin
Reviewed October 25, 2018 via mobile
Amazing Tour!!

We got off to a rough start as we thought the meeting place was at the train station when it was actually on a stop off the subway. Please make a note of that if you going to take this tour. However our tour guide,...More

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December 23, 2018|
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Response from JanetMacht | Reviewed this property |
I dont see why not! We had a family with teenagers who seemed to enjoy. Much of the food was fried and we had 2 types of pizza so even picky kids should find something. There was a ton of food given too so even if there's... More
August 22, 2018|
Response from KaciS36 | Reviewed this property |
No. The meeting place is Piazza Dante. It’s a stop on the Metro, fairly easy to get to.