Here is a selection of the most recent reviews of the Private Tour: Gourmet Walking Tour of Bologna - Pasta, Mortadella and Chocolate submitted by actual travelers. Read what travelers liked, what they loved, and what they thought could be improved.
Luca was simply put- wonderful. He was most kind to my sister who needs to rest often. His knowledge and pride in Bologna was so obvious. Luca is a VERY fine representative of Bologna and Viator. We were just delighted;it was grand fun.
Regis Sloan Barbara Williams
This tour was one of the highlights of our two week vacation in Switserland and Italy. The tour guide exceeded our expecations and his knowledge of the subjects was the most fun part of the tour! We had to bring back samples of everything we sampled and I am happy to say the parmasian and vinigar made it through customs. My wife lived in Italy, but we somehow missed Bologna each time we took a trip aournd the country. I strongly recommend this tour to a novice or experienced traveller.Reviewed by: breitert, February 2013
The tour was excellant. It left you wanting to know much more about this ancient city. Our tour guide was wonderful. He went beyond expectations.Reviewed by: Rhonda S P, December 2012
Our tour guide was terrific and we really enjoyed the afternoon, however, I do feel the name of the tour is misleading. We were provided a delicious lunch and had wonderful gelato for dessert and our guide did give us a lovely box of chocolates, but that was the extent of the gourmet portion of the tour - the rest was a very interesting walking tour about Bolognia and it's history. I had thought I purchased a tour that was focused on the culinary arts and would focus on markets, kitchens, factories, etc. That did not happen - still, I wouldn't have traded our experience for the world - a really great guide and a wonderful day in Bolognia. i would use this service again in a heartbeat. Thank you!Reviewed by: Julie K, February 2013
Although the guide was well informed about the historical background, this tour was too expensive and didn't fully match our expectations. We taught it would concentrate more on the tasting and food manscraft, a less meinstream historical tour. We didn't visit a pastamaker, only a shop we could have visited by our selves.Reviewed by: Julie D, October 2012