Led by a local guide, eat your way through Milan's Brera neighborhood on a 3-hour food tour. Learn about the city's history and cuisine as you wander the atmospheric streets, and enjoy six different food stops for samples of local delicacies and well-known Italian treats.
Set off on your 3-hour food walking tour of Milan's historic Brera district. Discover how Milan has changed over the centuries, from the Navigli district to the futuristic enclave of Porta Nuova that was constructed to host the Expo 2015. Along with its architecture, the city's cuisine has also evolved over the centuries, but many original dishes remain. In between walking and talking, enjoy up to six food stops to try some of the city specialties. Samples vary on each tour according to availability. Wash down the food with an artisan Italian beer, and then enjoy a Milan-style aperitivo at the trendy art bar called La Bicicletta.
Highly recommended for food-loving tourists. Participants liked that the pace was easy and they enjoyed learning about the art district. Aside from tasting various foods and wine, the tasting was also interesting.