Naples History and Authentic Street Food
Lace up your walking shoes and get ready to experience a true Neapolitan culinary tradition as you savor mouthwatering sfogliatella pastries, handmade pizzas, fresh mozzarellas and more!
Sfogliatella can be a short crust or puff pastry, whatever your preference this remains one of the sweetest street foods in Campania. Filled with ricotta and enriched with semolina and candied fruit you will find Italians eating this at any time of the day, breakfast, after lunch or with a coffee for a snack. Pizza is turned into a booklet to enjoy as street food or some say "wallet". Normal pizza is folded until it becomes easy to eat, even on the street. Mozzarella di bufala, or buffalo mozzarella, is considered the universal symbol of Italian culinary traditions and not to be missed.
Between the food and the enduring artistic influences, you will discover the real heart of Naples. Sample the city's street eats while you visit the Piazza Plebiscito with its Royal Palace and grab a photo along the seaside with a backdrop of Mt. Vesuvius.
Take some time to stroll the aisles in the Pignasecca food market with its tantalizing aromas then walk along the narrow Spaccanapoli street that crosses the old, historic center of the city.
This 3-hour small, intimate and personalized tour is a must-do for foodies and those who want to understand the culture of Naples through its food. Book now, as this popular tour sells out fast!