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Enjoy one of our top 5 walking food tours in Florence and discover the very best in the local culinary heritage as you explore the city.

After all, Florence isn't just above the history and local landmarks, as it's also a food lovers' heaven. The beautiful region of Tuscany has some favourite dishes that can often be traced back to Medieval times and boasts a mountain of delightful delicacies along the way. These include the famous Bistecca Alla Fiorentina (Florentine Steak) as well as some of Italy's most popular gelato ice cream.

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Top 5 Walking Food Tours in Florence

Let us take you on a walking food tour of Florence, hand-picked just for you. With the help of a local food expert, you'll be introduced to hidden neighbourhoods and interesting people keen to share amazing stories and some of Italy's most iconic dishes.

Florence: Foodies Walk

Here you will visit the best local food stores, restaurants and wine bars, sampling the delicious local fare such as artisan chocolate and locally sourced truffles. It will be a surprising and interesting foodie experience!

As well as the food, you can sample the famous local extra virgin olive oils and learn all about the history of its production. On a hot day, there's certainly nothing better than trying some of the best gelato in the city, before relaxing with a refreshing glass of chianti wine.

Eat Like a Local Private Food Tour - 100% Personalised

Join one of our private walking tours in Florence and try some of the city's best food. During your personalised tour, why not visit the historic 150-year-old Sant’Abrogio Market soaking up the colourful atmosphere and an array of incredible flavours?

Your private tour guide will take you on a thrilling culinary journey, stopping at various stands to try out the local specialities. You'll find anything from schiacciata (a simple flatbread covered in salt and oil) or if you feel adventurous - we'd recommend an lampredotto sandwich (cow’s intestine in a green sauce)! Afterwards, enjoy a glass of Tuscan red wine or if you're visiting for dinner, how about a dessert wine accompanied by a delicious custard tart?

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Florence: Private Food and Wine Tasting Tour

Another top walking food tour in Florence is this all-inclusive foodie tour through a lesser-known area of the city - the Cradle of the Renaissance.

This is a personalised tour with a private guide, someone who is well aware of the tourist path and can instead lead you to explore the pretty neighbourhood of Oltrarno. Here you can meet the sellers and producers of some of Florence’s proud culinary traditions, all the while enjoying the very best of Tuscan delicacies.

Florence Walking Food Tour

This is a food and walking tour of the city's historical centre. Sample the best Italian cuisine and discover the local food history.

In a group of no more than 10 people, explore the gastronomic traditions with an aim to offer an overview of the many tasty local specialities. Enjoy selected cured meats and cheeses, traditional types of pasta, as well as plant-based dishes for the non-meat eater.

Private Food Tour of the Central Market

This private food tour visits the Central Market in Florence, so you can get a feel for where the locals shop for the very best produce.

You will hear stories from passionate market sellers and craftsmen who will share with you all the history and know-how behind their products. During which, you can sample as much food as you desire while leaving that diet at home!

Walking Food Tours in Florence with tabl.

Let us show you why this city’s cuisine is so unique, as we take a look around the stunning region of Tuscany on a walking food tour in Florence. Once you've discovered the basics, why not venture further afield with a wine tour from Florence or enjoy one of our other many food and drink experiences, available to book online?

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