- Guided walking tour
- Street food samples
- Seasonal dessert
- 2 Drinks
- Food Passport (coming soon!)
- 24 hr cancellation policy
- All year / 10.30 am
- Starting from Piazza Santa Croce
- Duration: 3 hrs
- Max 8
- NOT adaptable for vegetarians
- Free Cancellation up to 24 hrs before the tour starts
IMPORTANT: From August 6th to December 31st, it is mandatory in Italy to have an Anti-Covid Vaccine Green Pass or any other official document that proves that you’ve been fully or partially vaccinated or tested negative to the covid test (in the 48hr prior to tour date) or that you recovered from covid19. This document is required in order to access indoor restaurants and other historical attractions.
The Florence street food morning tour is a 3/3,5 hr relaxing walking tour around the markets and backstreets of the city center to taste the best local street food. We have designed a tour that combines the culinary experience with history, arts and handicraft. The Streaty street food Florence tour starts from the Sant’Ambrogio market, a real Florentine spot unknown by the tourists, a perfect location to learn about local cuisine and cooking habits. During the Sant’Ambrogio market tour, Streaty guides point out at the seasonal products explaining traditional recipes and engaging with the vendors to discuss the daily products on sale. The market offers many tasty options, such as the classic crostino nero (chicken liver pate), some tasty pecorino cheese and salami coming from the surrounding hills of Tuscany.
As it happens in all tours offered by Streaty, the Florence walking food tour is not just about eating. We offer a comprehensive cultural city experience. Along this tasty walking tour of Florence travellers will also learn about history, traditions and local handicraft.
The Itinerary has been carefully designed in order to make foodies taste the most traditional street food specialties of Florence, such as the fried coccolo with stracchino cheese and the challenging panino al lampredotto, probably the most beloved by the locals. Yes, of course! You will sip some wine too!
Streaty Florence food tour ends on the other side of the Arno river (near Ponte Vecchio) with a final treat. A seasonal dessert with a glass of Vin Santo wine is a perfect end to wrap up the foodie experience and take some moment to share with travellers the best tips for the rest of their stay in town!
Why join this tour
EXPLORE a real local market mostly unknown among the tourists
LEARN about Florentine everyday life through the eyes of a local
TASTE real Tuscan street food at family-run businesses
CHALLENGE your taste buds by trying some new foods
INTERACT with local vendors and meet new travel mates
GET the best advises to enjoy Florence and avoid tourist traps