Bologna Food Walking Tour


per person

Explore one of Bologna oldest food markets with an insider and visit the most traditional food shops. Learn about the history, culture, architecture, that make Bologna medieval market so unique.

A great way to expolore Bologna by feed with Food and Wine Tastings. 

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This is a 4 hour Walking Food and Wine Tour of Bologna.

The day starts with a coffee break in a very well know Caffeteria Bolognese in town.  Explore because Italy is famous for coffee.

You will pass at the “Quadrilatero” and Mercato della Erbe, the most important Foody Places in Bologna. Shop like a local to creat your own lunch.

A Stop by an artisan of fresh pasta like Tortellini, Tortelloni and Tagliatelle.

Lunch Time now in one of the oldest Osteria of Italy, with degustations of local cheese, breads and Tradiontal Balsamic Vinegar of Modena.

Last but not least a Gelato Stop, there is always room for Gelato, with tastings of different flavours of Gelato.



Min Persons: 2
Adult: Euro 85 €

Children: Euro 40 € (6-12 years)


  • Gourmet coffee 
  • Full lunch made with bolognese ragù, traditional cured meat and cheeses, Balsamic vinegar Tradizionale of Modena DOP, local breads and dessert from Emilia Romagna
  • Local wine like Pignoletto, Sangiovese or Lambrusco
  • Gelato tasting


This Tour is available from Monday to Saturday !

Maxium group size is 8 Persons.

  • Departure
    Piazza Maggiore by Neptune Fountain
  • Departure Time
    10 am
  • Return Time
    2 pm
  • Dress Code
  • Include
    Entry Fees
    Personal Guide
  • Not Included
    Hotel Pickup
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