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Frascati Stroll: Eat Drink Like A Local (Small Group Walking Tour)

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  • 2.5 hr

Discover Frascati, the pearl of the ancient wine-producing area of the Castelli Romani! Experience a taste of everyday life in this laidback locale with its unique mix of countryside living + small town sophistication. Take a traditional evening “passagiata” (stroll) through the historic center stopping to sample typical specialties and meet the high-spirited proprietors. Sip local wines & savor more than 10 taste samples: from savory & sweet baked items, a selection of fried delicacies, to artisanal gelato. Book this tour at the start of your Frascati visit & I promise that you will never have to take a wrong bite while here! ABOUT ME: Residing in Frascati since 2002, I am a food/wine-obsessed American married to a like-minded Roman. From the women in my Italian family, I was introduced to the finest local purveyors who offer the highest quality products. I am not a traditional or history-focused tour guide; what I am is a passionate curator of gastronomic experiences. Come join me!

Itinerary Details

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Pass By: Villa Aldobrandini

Vatican prelate Alessandro Rufini built the original villa in 1550. The villa has an imposing 17th century facade and some other interesting architectural and environmental features, such as the double gallery order on the rear facade, the spiral-shaped flights, the large exedra of the Water Theatre and a magnificent park. The top of the garden in the villa has remained derelict and damaged since the American bombing during the Allied invasion in World War II.

Pass By: Chiesa di Santa Maria in Vivario

Constructed in 1305, it is the oldest church in the Castelli Romani and has a beautiful bell tower.

Pass By: Palazzo Vescovile

The Bishop's Palace: Historic medieval palace which faces Piazza San Rocco with a breathtaking view. The Bishop of Frascati resides here.