Discover the best of Milan’s cuisine on a food walking tour through Navigli and Porta Ticinese. Visit a number of bars and restaurants and learn about northern Italy’s famous ‘aperitivo’ culture. Sample local wines and cheeses, delicious cocktails, the famous Milanese cutlet, and more as your guide explains the history behind the Italian cuisine.
Enjoy a mouthwatering introduction to Italian cuisine on this food walking tour of Lake Como. Get the inside scoop on the town’s foodie scene from a local; sample regional delicacies including a tasting of olive oils and finish the tour with pasta at a charming restaurant. This small-group tour with a maximum of 15 people ensures a personalized experience.
Milan is known as Italy’s capital of fashion, but this cosmopolitan city also has a vibrant food scene. With this tour, discover the city’s best street food originating from regions across Italy. Stroll with your guide through the trendiest district in the city, sampling specialty sandwiches from Venice, focaccia from Liguria, and Sicilian pastries, as well as artisan cheeses and charcuterie washed down with wine.
Experience the best of Italian culture—art, food and wine—in one tour during this evening exploration of the Navigli district, home to the city’s canals and a favorite local nightlife scene. With a knowledgeable guide specialized in art history, trace the footsteps of Renaissance artists, see the Basilica of Sant'Eustorgio, learn about the history of the canal network, and enjoy an aperitivo and glass of wine at a local wine bar or other venue.
An authentic experience to feel like a local into the walled city center of Como and meet its culture and people’s habits. This is more like going out with friends for a true Italian Aperitivo before your dinner and night. Not a stressful walking tour, but a relaxing visit to the walled city while stopping here and there for some tastings. Your tour guide will show you the best historical signs, but will also give you some good suggestions about local food traditions and shopping for your next day. While walking around, you’ll stop 3 times for tasting fabulous specialties and, of course, for a good glass of wine comfortably sitting in a very distinctive place. We know you’ll be having Aperitivo, but you can’t miss a little dessert at one of the best pastry shop in town before ending your tour with us. Cheers!
Dive into Milan’s culinary scene on this 3-hour food walking tour led by an in-the-know foodie guide. As you explore the streets of the city, stop to sample Italian favorites like pizza, gelato, wine and prosciutto di Parma. Along the way, learn about regional Italian cuisine and Milan’s food traditions.
If you’re a food lover in Italy, Bologna is must-visit. Make the most of Milan’s close proximity to the city on a 10-hour food and wine tour of Bologna, ideal for visitors with limited time. In a small group limited to 10, you’ll travel to Bologna by train and take a sightseeing tour of the city, visiting monuments such as The Porticos of Bologna and Bologna Piazza Maggiore. Plus, you’ll sample pasta, salami, cheese, wine, and chocolate, and enjoy free time for shopping.
Discover Italy’s street food with this a local foodie expert. Sample 5 delicious bites while exploring 5 Milan iconic districts on foot. Taste 3 kinds of pizza, gelato and cannolo and end up with a real Italian Espresso or Cappuccino.
Booking this tour will allowed you: Meet and connect with a passionate and expert local foodie born and raised in Milan; Become a pizza expert: taste 3 different Italian Pizza; wow your taste buds with two Italian specialties: the best artisanal Gelato and the sweetest Sicilian Cannolo in town; learn the art of coffee: I am a coffee professional and I will share the basic of the real Espresso tasting (you can opt for a Cappuccino if you prefer!).
Ask me anything! I wish to share my Milan secret places, the best panoramic rooftops for the aperitivo, off the eaten-track restaurants and pizzerias and amazing spots for your Instagram pictures, in this 1 and a 1/2 hour tour.
Explore the natural beauty of Verona and Garda Lake during this 3-day private tour from Venice or Milan. Journey to Verona by train, then take an excursion to Sirmione to see the Grotte di Sirmione, an archaeological site dating from ancient Roman times. Take a historical walking tour of Verona, complete with a local food and wine tasting. Take advantage of the personal attention and flexibility that a private tour affords to customize your itinerary. Train tickets, all activities and overnight accommodations in a 3-star hotel in Verona with breakfast are included.
Discover the cosmopolitan city of Milan at night on this 3-hour family-friendly tour. Follow your guide through the key landmarks of the city such as Sforza Castle, Piazza Mercanti, the Duomo, and more as your kids engage in fun activities along the way. Learn about the history of the city from your informative guide and even enjoy a delicious slice of pizza and some gelato.
Take your time and enjoy an evening at the most classy and trendy locations! . A local guide speaking several languages will make you feel at your ease and take you to 3 renowned aperitivo bars loved by the locals. 4 cocktails are included as well as a various and unlimited food buffet at each spot. Fun is guaranteed and you won’t go home thirsty! The tour ends at a lively pub at the Colonne San Lorenzo where people use to stay out until late in a friendly atmosphere.Why not enjoy the night and maybe get to know some locals?
An Italian lunch experience in Como, stopping here and there to taste yummy food. Start your day visiting the covered fresh market and tasting organic specialties from local farmers: mountain cheese and lake fish. Your guide will also give you suggestions on your purchases at the market. Walk to the walled city where you’ll enter a suggestive medieval contest in a very vibrant atmosphere. Enjoy the highlights of the city: Porta Torre, Duomo Cathedral, Broletto, San Fedele Church and Volta Square. Next stop is a deli Italian charcuterie with a well deserved glass of wine, comfortably sitting at a teable. Aperitivo is over and it’s now time for lunch. What's better than the Queen of the Italian cuisine? Choose your homemade pasta and your favorite sauce from the daily selection and Buon Appetito! It’s not over yet, because we’re not real locals if we do not have Espresso with a little pastry at a beautiful café!
Behind its glamorous and stylish facade, Milan hides a foodie soul and this tour will help you discover some of its delights. After meeting your guide at the Brera Gallery, in the artistic heart of the city, you will embark on a culinary journey through the streets of Milan to experience the best of the local gastronomy. You will visit some of the best gourmet spots to taste the products the city is famous for, while enjoying Milan’s iconic sights along the way. The guide will share also some great tips about the best restaurants and hidden eateries not to miss while in town, in order to make your visit one to remember!
With our gastronomic tour in Como you can immerse yourself in the local gastronomic tradition accompanied by a local expert, a person who lives in the place and who knows all the secrets and curiosities about it, with whom you can discover the restaurants/eateries and the most hidden places, frequented only by locals.
Here is a list of your possible tastings!
- Chopboard of cured meats and a glass of local wine - cured meats of very high quality accompanied by a lovely glass of wine served in a historical wine shop
- Pizza Gourmet - We will taste a slice of pizza like real people from here do, walking!
- Polenta uncia/ polenta with braised meat - Polenta here is obtained by mixing and cooking corn and buckwheat flour and then served with braised meat or with cheeses and melted butter
- Sciatt - Delicious and crunchy pancakes with a stringy cheese heart.
Nuvola cake - Alternatively, you can enjoy a delicious ice cream.
- Espresso Coffee
When you arrive in Milan, the first thing you have to do is the “Aperitivo” , it’s a must-do! The local says that is always the aperitivo time but, if the time is not a problem the place instead is very important. Choosing the right wine bar to go makes the difference, because the real aperitivo is not so easy to find. In Milan there is a very precise tradition: the Apericena, it means a combination of drinking and eating. This is why the best choice is to have Aperitivo with a local that can choose with you the authentic places and can suggest you the original cocktail to try: the Spritz, the Martini, the famous and delicious Sbagliato or simply a glass of local wine. During this tour you can relax and enjoy this real Milanese experience while the local guide tells you the story of this tradition and the secrets of the local folklore. After this experience you can definitely add this to your memorable experiences in Milan. At least, until the next glass:)