Indulge in tasty Italian delights with this tour of the Brera neighborhood, one of Milan's hippest neighborhoods. With your foodie guide by your side, traverse the intimate streets of Brera, stopping at six different spots to sample rich cheese, unctuous prosciutto, hoppy craft beer and other local delicacies. A small-group tour ensures personalized attention from your guide.
Food tour of Milan’s Brera neighborhood
Enjoy up to six food stops in beloved local eateries around Brera
Sample classic Milanese dishes and other Italian specialties
Small-group tour with a maximum of 12 people ensures a more personalized experience
Meet your local foodie guide at Lanza-Brera Station in the center of Milan.Then, head to Brera and begin to learn about the history of Milanese food and dining, from hearty polenta to breaded veal Milanese to saffron-accented risotto. Stop at up to six restaurants, cafes, and markets to sample local delights. Tastings vary depending on what's in season, but some likely dishes include melanzane alla parmigiana (baked eggplant with Parmesan and tomatoes), mondeghili meatballs, and traditional Milan dishes. Along with local favorites, enjoy samplings of popular Italian treats like gelato and cannoli, or melt-in-your-mouth slivers of culatello—a prized Parma ham. Then sample craft beer and a traditional Northern Italian aperitivo. Conclude the tour in central Milan.
I have been to Italy many times and have had many tours. Our guide, Debra (hope it is the correct spelling), was one of the best guides. Very knowledgeable and professional and responsive to the needs of her clients. I would highly recommend her for this tour.
With only two days to discover Milan and the best it has to offer, this gave the six of us a quick but well rounded tour of the area’s food highlights. The guide made the tour a great experience for everyone with his charm, perfect English and expert knowledge.
The tour was a small group of 12.we started with pastries. Then we had apertivos, followed by risotto rice. Then we had Italian food, followed by gelato.BTW the gelato place was a chain because on the cups they mentioned a location in Hollywood, Fl near to where I live!!! I think the price was high for what we got. I think .the area was nice to see .
This was a very good experience. The selection of foods and stores were both interesting and of very high quality. The tour guide was very good but not quite as good as a tour guide we have had in Paris. I would strongly recommend the tour and feel we did have a very good experience. The Brera district is beautiful and is a good place to experience food.
This is a must do tour if you love food and local neighborhoods. Our guide, Paul, was so knowledgeable and fun. We had 12 of us on our tour - we were the only Americans with 3 separate fun groups from Australia. We started at a coffee/pastry shop, off to beer meats/cheese, Milanese risotto, lasagne, a local wine shop and gelato. At each stop we received an explanation of the importance of why we were there and the history of what we were eating. This is a great way to visit a local neighborhood and try some of the local cuisine. Eat a really light breakfast, and this is plenty of food for your lunch for the day.
I was pleasantly surprise by this tour. My tour guide Debra was great, took us to several eateries. We'd big portion of prosciutto, parmesan cheese,and beer. Next we tasted, lasagna, two types of meatballs, one boiled in broth and the other fried in the clarified butter. Bread with green olives to follow. There was a good wine and on the end we had gelato. On the way to different tasting places Debra told us about the history of Milan, just enough to get you interested.
This is a must do! Great walking food tour with a little bit of history lesson.
We sampled a lot of great food and some beer and wine. We did a lot of walking and like how each place is spread out. We left very full!
Fantastic walking tour, full of information on architecture as well as the surrounding areas demographics. Enthusiastic guide and the food was awesome. Suggest doing this on your first day in Milan as it quickly shows you the characteristics of the various eateries, where to go and what to eat saving a newcomer to the city the delima of finding suitable authentic eateries at reasonable prices.