Milan Private Food Tour in Brera District - Gelato, Focaccia, Pastries and Wine

Milan, IT
Milan, IT
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Book the Milan Private Food Tour in Brera District and indulge in a culinary adventure through Milan's artsy and hip neighborhood. Explore the vibrant atmosphere as you sample famous Italian snacks from different regions, including sandwiches from Venice, focaccia from Liguria, and Sicilian pastries. Savor the taste of domestic wines and cheese while your knowledgeable local guide shares insights on food history, urban folklore, and wine pairing. This 180-minute tour will take you on a journey to discover Milan's cuisine and lifestyle, with stops at the best places to taste the city's remarkable dishes. Don't miss the chance to experience Milan in the most delicious way possible.

About this experience

  • Free Cancellation For a full refund cancel at least before the start of your booking
  • 3 hours
  • Suitable for 1-5 Participants
  • Private Tour
  • Guided Experience
  • Taste traditional Italian dishes from different regions
  • Learn about Italian food and wine with a passionate guide
  • Experience the vibrant atmosphere of Brera District
  • Get a glimpse of Milanese lifestyle and culture
  • Try famous Italian snacks like gelato and focaccia
  • Snacks
  • All fees and taxes
  • Alcoholic beverages
  • Iconic places for photoshoot
  • Must see and off the beaten path
  • Multiple start times available
  • Meeting in the hotel lobby
  • Private walking tour
  • Expert advice where to go and what to do after the tour
  • One beer / or glass of wine / or soft drinks

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Discover Milan in the most delicious way and treat yourself with famous all over the world Italian snacks on this street food walking tour. Plunge into the vibrant atmosphere of artsy and hip Brera District.

What to expect?

During this Milan Private Food Tour in the Brera District, guests can expect to indulge in a variety of mouthwatering treats. From gelato to focaccia and pastries, this tour offers a delectable taste of Italy's culinary delights. Guests will have the opportunity to sample traditional specialties from different regions of Italia, including sandwiches from Venice, focaccia from Liguria, and Sicilian pastries. In addition, they will have the chance to enjoy the taste of domestic wines and cheese, while a knowledgeable local guide provides insights on urban folklore, food history, and useful tips on pairing foods and wines.

Who is this for?

This Milan Private Food Tour is perfect for food lovers and those who want to experience the authentic flavors of Italy. Whether you're a solo traveler, a couple, or a group of friends, this tour is designed to cater to all. It's a great opportunity to learn about Italian food and wine from a passionate foodie guide while enjoying a relaxed promenade around the fashionable Brera neighborhood.

Why book this?

Embark on this Milan Private Food Tour and immerse yourself in the vibrant food scene of the Brera District. Indulge in a variety of traditional dishes from regions across Italy, both savory and sweet. From the first bite of gelato to the last sip of wine, each taste will transport you to the heart of Italian cuisine. With an experienced guide by your side, you'll gain a deeper understanding of the culinary traditions and history behind each dish. The tour also offers the opportunity to explore iconic places for a photoshoot and receive expert advice on where to go and what to do after the tour. It's the perfect way to experience Milan's rich food culture.

Good to know

The Milan Private Food Tour includes a private walking tour with a knowledgeable local guide. It offers multiple start times for convenience and the option to meet in your hotel lobby. The tour includes snacks, one beer, glass of wine, or soft drinks, as well as all fees and taxes. Please note that alcoholic beverages are also included.

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  • You can book at any time before the event

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Your Itinerary


Meet your guide at Lanza Brera station and take an amazing walk through one of the most remarkable areas of Milan, Brera. Your guide will tell you the whole history of Milanese cuisine, supporting it with interesting facts. Find out how the city's history has changed, and with it its culinary traditions. Which recipes are lost forever, and which are still relevant today. Try the main dishes of Milan, such as polenta, and enjoy classic Italian cuisine. Enjoy stops in the best places to personally taste the most remarkable dishes of the city. Enjoy the signature baked eggplant, Milanese meatballs and other special dishes of Milan. Don't miss popular Italian delicacies such as cannoli and tender Parma ham. Wash down your meal with signature Italian beer and wine at one of the trendy art bars La Bicicletta. Get to happy hour – the time when bars arrange a rich buffet.

Brera District

Brera is a quarter of Milan, located a 10-minute walk from the Duomo. The name comes from the medieval Italian word "braida" or "brera", which goes back to the Lombard "brayda", which means "land cleared of trees". Around the year 900, the Brera district was located directly outside the city walls of Milan. The quarter is clearly defined by the streets of Pontaccio, Fatebenefratelli, Dei Giardini, Monte di Pieta, Ponte Vetero and Mercato. This quarter is home to the Brera Academy of fine arts and the Brera Pinacoteca (an art gallery of 38 rooms), which has created a kind of Bohemian atmosphere, which is why the Brera quarter is sometimes called the "Montmartre of Milan".

Brera District

The Academy and Pinacoteca are located in the main historical building of the district — the Palazzo Brera, where the astronomical Observatory is located, and near the building — the main Botanical garden of Milan. Brera is one of the most popular areas of Milan's nightlife. First of all, it is worth noting that Brera is the Kingdom of pedestrians: entry is allowed only for those who live here.

Pinacoteca di Brera

In one beautiful two – story Palazzo is located the Pinacoteca Brera in Milan-the most famous art gallery in the city. You will see paintings by the most famous European and Italian masters of the XV-XVII century: Modigliani, Bramante, Tintoretto, even Raphael and Caravaggio. And then there is the University, the Milan Academy of arts. Take a walk through the halls and see students rushing to classes. You can look into workshops and classes.

Chiesa Santa Maria del Carmine

The Church of Santa Maria de Carmine was built over two centuries, from 1268 to 1476. The Church was built with elements of Gothic, Baroque and Romanesque style. In 1771, there was a huge fire that damaged most of the Basilica. Only some parts remain intact – the Corsini Chapel and the Brancacci Chapel. The fire did not affect such works of art as marble sculptures by Soderini Piero, as well as frescoes by staggi. The Corsini chapel was built with Baroque elements under the direction of pier Francesco Silvana, who invited the famous painter Giordano to paint the dome, and Giovanni Domenico was invited to paint the ceiling, which was made in the Rococo style.


Go to the famous and legendary bar "Jamaica". Actors, artists and writers like to gather there. The old bar is already over a hundred years old - it opened in 1911, and since then has been incredibly loved by the public. The name of the refuge of the intelligentsia is not easy, but it is associated with the film of the same name by Alfred Hitchcock "Jamaica Tavern". The bar was frequented by world-famous celebrities, for example, Ernest Hemingway liked to have a drink or two here. Therefore, it is simply inexcusable not to go for an aperitif or a Cup of coffee in such a historical place.


Nabucco restaurant is loved and very popular not only among tourists, but also among the locals themselves, so it is an excellent choice for those who are looking for quality and sophistication. Incredibly delicious Italian and Mediterranean cuisine, decent portions and reasonable prices for this level and quality. In any case, the portions here will really satisfy everyone, and the food just melts in your mouth. In addition, professional service and an incredible atmosphere will make your evening unforgettable.

Orto Botanico di Brera

The Brera Botanical garden, located in the historical center of Milan, not far from the famous Palazzo Butera, which houses an art gallery, Braidense library, Academy and Observatory, extends over an area of about 5,000 square meters. The creation of this oasis is very attractive, because it does not have the character of a real Botanical garden, given the small size of the area and the presence of trees that create shade, commissioned by the Empress Maria Theresa of Austria, who laid the Foundation of it in 1774. The garden project was entrusted to father Fulgenzio Whitman, but it originally belonged to the Jesuits, and which was later subjected to the elimination of existing trees, the construction of a new greenhouse. Taking an example from the Hortus OEconomicus typology, similar to the Collegium Theresianum in Vienna, he wanted to make it suitable for growing trees and herbs for use in medicine and pharmaceuticals.

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