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Dolce Vita
Food Tour

The first Food Tour of its kind in Rome

Experience La Dolce Vita,
the essence of Italy’s charm

What does la dolce vita mean? It’s a lifestyle, the quintessential Italian existence of beauty and indulgence.

In other words, the good life.


It’s only natural, then, that Eatalian’s most popular tour be named Dolce Vita, and be a discovery of the same area of Rome that brought this classic phrase to life- Via Veneto. 


In the 50s and 60s, Via Veneto was the most luxurious and scandalous street in Rome. Fellini’s classic film, La Dolce Vita, was set in this exact area, and it subsequently became the place to see and be seen. Stars like Audrey Hepburn and Coco Chanel called the many luxury hotels in this area home, and it was seen as the place to sip your refreshing spritz and take in the undeniable beauty of the city (for more about the infamous Via Veneto and La Dolce Vita history, read our blog here).


While we can’t promise Audrey and Coco to join us along the tour, we can promise an insider’s look at what la dolce vita meant to Italians yesterday, and what it means today, and tomorrow. 

Our unique Dolce Vita tour is the first of its kind in Rome , and here you will discover historic (like from the 1800’s!) cafe’s, cheese shops, dishes, wine cellars, and lifestyles that were born during the cherished Fellini era, and have managed to keep that special Italian essence alive throughout the years.

What is included in the Dolce Vita food tour:


An insider’s look at what la dolce vita meant to Italians

24 hours in advance for a full refund
Free cancellation!
  • An experienced English-speaking guide

  • All food and wine served on the tour

  • A tour of the famous Via Veneto neighborhood

  • An insider’s look into an off the beaten path area of Rome

  • A surprise gift to bring your Eatalian experience home with you!

What you will taste on the Dolce Vita food tour:

  • A traditional coffee with a view of Roman ruins 

  • The most traditional Italian cheese plates served with seasonal and local products 

  • Rome’s most famous pasta dishes at a family-owned institution that is almost 100 years old

  • A typical Eatalian "digestivo"

  • A tasting of Italy’s best wine paired with prodotti tipici 

  • The famous Roman pinsa (similar to a pizza, but something you can only find in Rome)

  • A traditional Roman gelato that is made daily with only natural and organic ingredients

Note: itinerary & tastings subject to change due to seasonal availability, individual closings or local holidays.
Where possible we will find alternatives to food allergies and intolerances, but it is not always possible.
Most tours are not suitable for vegans. For any doubts or questions please contact us.

Get insider tips before you go!
View our short list of not-to-be-missed food & drinks!

Choose your experience

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An insider’s look at what la dolce vita meant to Italians


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A culinary journey through the Historic Center of Rome




Where every bite tells a

Roman Tale



"La cucina italiana è una lingua parlata nel mondo."
"Italian cuisine is a language spoken worldwide."

Carlo Petrini

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