Our aim is to offer much more than just tourist food tours! Our Palermo street food tours are run by young local guides committed to offer foodies truly comprehensive cultural experiences. Besides the tastings, the food and wine related information, Streaty guides provide historical hints, discuss social and controversial issues and also facilitate the interaction between the travellers and the locals. You don’t have to think that our Palermo street food tour is a simple walk for foodies: yes, it’s true, you will taste everything about the greasy, salty and tasty sicilian street food but we will also have time to discuss about the city, its beauties and its problems, without too much effort, our goal is just to make sure you are satisfied!
We can do all of this thanks to our small group policy which allows the guides to quickly and easily set the right group spirit. On Streaty Palermo street food walking tours you will never find yourself chasing a guide holding a numbered flag and whispering to a mic. We do not sell visits, we offer new authentic travel experience.
The morning street food Palermo tour take travellers around the intricate alleys of the local markets of Capo and Vucciria giving them the chance to taste real food in real authentic places, street food stalls, old inns and family-run bakeries. All Palermo street food tour places have been carefully selected based on the quality of the food and the genuinity of the location.
The traditional street food of Palermo consists of fried and baked snacks normally consumed standing around street food stalls and small deli shops. Most of the food satisfy all palates and it’s suitable to vegetarian foodies. However, some specialty offered on Streaty street food tour in Palermo can be considered quite challenging, such as the famous “pani ca’meusa” (veal offal sandwich) or the “stigghiole” (veal intestine on bbq).
Why joining a food and wine tour in Palermo? Well, we believe that cuisine can tell a lot about local history, habits and culture as much as a monument does. We use food as a lens to draw together the sense of a city.
We also run Palermo street food and wine night tours in order to show travellers another vest of the city. Night tours unveil the nightlife scene and includes a selection of food specialties available only under the moonlight. The Palermo night tours explore the old port of La Cala, the nightlife district of La Vucciria and some other major historical attraction.
Our Palermo sailing sunset food tour offer travellers the opportunity to admire the city from another memorable perspective while tasting traditional delis and sipping prosecco wine!