Food tours are top-rated these days, and this one makes no exception. Ligurian food is a unique combination of mountains, sea, mild climate, and resourceful farmers and seafarers, who have prepared nourishing meals with simple ingredients and preserve food for the year-lasting sea voyages. All of that, plus Arabs’ contributions and the 15th-century geographical explorations, lay the foundations of one of the most interesting cuisines of Italy. The “carruggi,” the narrow streets of the medieval center, is where people’s everyday life took place and where the best Ligurian street food can be found, in a triumph of colors and perfumes. Liguria is also a wine land: Rossese di Dolceacqua and Pigato are two of Italy’s best-kept secrets. Sipping a glass of any of them means savoring salty air, crisp fruit, spices, and Mediterranean flavors.
Inclusions: Private guide + local food and wine tasting
Operating: Every day except Monday
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