This three-hour Milan food tour is a unique and memorable tasting experience through the historic district of Brera, one of the oldest and most fascinating neighborhoods of Milan.
What to Expect
Brera is the quarter of Milan where old-world charm meets a trendy and youthful downtown vibe. On your food tour of the area, you will taste delightful Italian foods from local shops that specialize in traditional recipes using centuries-old techniques.
On this guided, narrated walking food culture tour, you will also learn about the colorful history of Milan and how it has changed throughout the centuries, from the use of the Navigli, an ancient system of navigable and interconnected canals around the city, to the new and futuristic area of Milan called Porta Nuova, constructed to host the International Expo in 2015.
Your guide will entertain you with stories and educate you about the origin of the food products and how they are made. After taking the tour, you will be able to truly appreciate traditional Italian pastries, pizza, Parma ham, Culatello, unique Mondeghili meatballs, gelato and much more!
- Melanzane alla Parmigiana (Aubergine bake)
- Cannoli (cream horns)
- Artisan beer made in Italy
- Culatello (refined dry-cured ham)
- Milanese-style meatballs
- Parma ham aged for 24 months
- Authentic Italian gelato
- Milan-style aperitivo at La Bicicletta
- Pizza in teglia (pan pizza)
Know Before You Go
• Note that menu may change based on the availability of specific seasonal ingredients