Italy’s rich cultural heritage allows a traveller to explore the country via a wide selection of tours that focus on art, history, fashion and food. Otherwise known globally for its fashion scene, Milan also boasts a strong gastronomical prowess in the country, and taking a guided food tour is one of the best ways to discover it.
Last Supper and Dinner
Duration: 3 Hours | Cost: €160 onward
For the fans of art and history, this tour is a must. This special tour allows you to visit Leonardo da Vinci’s ‘The Last Supper’ for an extended after hours viewing. The 30 minutes viewing is followed up by an exquisite 3 course dinner at Eataly – one of Italy’s oldest and finest establishments serving authentic taste of Italy. Take this tour to enjoy two memorable suppers in one night. The tour also offers an opportunity to shop at the Eataly store at a discounted price.
Duration: 2.5 Hours | Cost: €60 onward
Explore the sweet side of Milan with this tour that takes you to the top 4 patisseries of the city. Not only do you get to taste the traditional pastries but also discover the art behind making them. On this tour you will be tasting Panettone, Cannoncini, Marron Glace, Pasticceria Pastries and Pralines. The sweets will be paired with hot drinks wherever appropriate, and you can expect a minimum of one serving at each stop. Your local guide, will regale you with insights and trivia throughout the tour.
Wine Tasting Experience
Duration: 1.5 Hours | Cost: €40 onward
Enjoy a fine selection of local wines at a traditional wine bar in the heart of Milan. With an expert sommelier on hand, you will learn about the wines you’re trying and the process of making them. The tastings of red and whites will accompanied by samples of traditional food from the Lombard region to elevate the flavours of wine that you’re trying.
Brera Food Tour
Duration: 3 Hours | Cost: €36 onward
One of the oldest neighborhoods of Milan, Brera is known for its eclectic mix of old school charm and youthful vibe. On this guided and narrated walking tour, you will learn about the cultural history of Milan, while tasting Italian delights from local shops. The delicacies include: Melanzane alla Parmigiana, Cannoli, artisan beer made in Italy, culatello, Parma ham, gelato, Milan-style aperitivo and pizza in teglia. At the end of the tour, not only will you leave with a satisfied appetite but also with knowledge about food production, techniques, and a renewed appreciation for your Italian favorites.