This wine tour was especially studied to satisfy even the most hard to please wine lovers. On this tour you will discover some of the most famous Italian wines, visiting two different wine region: Monferrato and Langhe, both belonging to the Unesco World Heritage. In the morning start your tour having a look at the nice sloping hills of Monferrato: the enchanting colours, flavours and savours are emotions you are going to feel again during your wine tasting. Specifically, you will discover Barbera red wine, a precious red wine and the Asti sparkling white wine: Spumante, the Italian version of the French champagne. This will take place in the worldwide famous "subterranean cathedrals", more than 10 km. (15 miles) of galleries dug into tufa, about a hundred feet under the ground, where millions of bottles undergo fermentation at the constant temperature of 12-14°C ( °F), In this enchanting and magic place, you will discover all the different phases of the wine production and you will experience a fantastic tasting. The lunch will take place on a family-run cellar, where will be provided as well some local grappa (Moscato, Chardonnay and Barbera) as digestive. In the afternoon you will moove to Langhe . In this area, you'll have the opportunity to have a short visit to an ancient medieval castle, very interesting for its arts and history, located on a small town on the top of a hill. Later you will moove to a family ruled winery, located on the top of a hill dominating the whole area, with a breethtaking view over the vine-striped region. At the end of the visit of the wine-cellars, discover the taste of Barolo, considered the king of the red wines. After this tour, italian wine will have no more secrets for you.
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Milano boasts one of Europe’s most beautiful lake districts, and this day-trip will give you everything you absolutely cannot miss: Lake Maggiore and Lake Orta in a single day. Let us driver come to pick you up from your hotel on a comfortable mini-van equipped with wi-fi and minibar and enjoy the route. Our guide will take care of you in order to make you spend a free-streed day. Once arrived in Stresa, the most aristocratic town of the area, we’ll board on a private boat toward the enchanting Isola Bella, home of one of the most influencing and powerful dynasties in Italy and its treasures: Borromeo residence and its gardens. For the lunch break, we can decide either to enjoy free time in Stresa or to reserve for a gourmet lunch in a picturesque restaurant at a stunning location between the hills with breathtaking views of Lake Maggiore and the surrounding mountains (the cost will be 40 euro per person). After the lunch break, the afternoon will be dedicated to a wonderful hidden gem of the Lake District, Lake Orta. We’ll drive to Orta lake following a panoramic route. With its small surface, this charming lake and its romantic views, not to mention the marvellous art-deco villas and its crystal clear blue waters will surely seduce you. We'll take a walk on the town of Orta San Giulio, enjoying the laid-back atmosphere that characterizes this lake. A visit by boat to San Giulio island, that seems to emerge from Medieval Time, is a must that we’ll not miss. The trip back to Milan is scheduled in the late afternoon.
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This exceptional day-trip gives you the opportunity of a visit to a magnificent city such as Bergamo, and at the same time to discover one of the most important area for the production of Prosecco wine in Italy. Bergamo is a very special city: his oldest part (città alta-upper town) has been grounded on the top of a hill, completely surrounded by the ancient walls, from where you have a spectacular view over the Po-plane. There is also downhill the second part of the city (città bassa-lower town), where the important economical heart of the city is pulsating. During your visit you are going to concentrate your attention on the upper town, feeling the experiance of living in a middle-aged city with outstanding buildings and magnificent squares. In the early afternoon, after the free time for lunch, you are going to moove to a wine region called Franciacorta, very famous in Italy and all over Europe for the production of Spumante Wine. In Franciacorta you will visit two different wineries: a big one, where you can have a look at the different steps of the production of wines and a smaller one ruled by a family where you are going to feel also the love for the tradition and the territory. In both the wineries you will have the opportunity to taste the different wines produced, having a walk into the vineyards and have a chat with local sommelier... !THE TOUR IS AVAILABLE EVERY DAY ONLY ON REQUEST AS A PRIVATE TOUR - MAX. 7 PARTICIPANTS!
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Let the city behind you and spend a day in a magical place that inspired and still inspires many artists and celebrities. In the so called Classic Tour we will bring you to discover the best that Lake Como has to offer to its visitors. Let us driver come to pick you up from your hotel on a comfortable mini-van equipped with wi-fi and minibar and enjoy the drive. In less then 1 h. driving, we’ll be in Como, the lake capital, where our guide will make you walk among historical monuments, like the cathedral with its Lombard-Gothic facade, the Broletto palace, the Municipal Tower and Piazza Verdi with its elegant theatre. From Como we will then head toward North, along the picturesque western bank of the lake (Statale Regina), stopping at some beautiful observation point for a glass of prosecco or a soft drink. Once in Lenno we will continue our journey by boat. First stop over is Bellagio, the “Pearl of the Lake” because of its great position on top the ridge separating the two branches of the lake. The town will surprise you with the great and aristocratic atmosphere and is famous “Climbs”, charming staircases with lovely silk workshops. After a break for lunch and some free time that you can spend for shopping or just for relaxing on a bench facing the lake, we will complete our trip reaching the lovely town of Varenna, on the east bank of the lake, a place that boasts a wide and rich architectural heritage and a beautiful natural surrounding.
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Learn with Milanowow how to make homemade pasta in the country of its birth. Let's start from the begininng, in a professional and cozy kitchen, you will discover from A to Z all the secrets to prepare the dough, to choice and prepare the perfect sauce to combine with it, guided by the expertises of an Italian chef. Savouring a glass of wine you will then reap the benefits of our work eating your own pasta with the chef. Bring home the original receipt and show your talent to your friends at home.
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This wine tour starting from Milan is what you need if you are looking for a complete wine-tasting experience at local producers not far from Milan, having only half a day free time. The area called Oltrepò Pavese, a hilly and green region south of Milan, is renowned for its wine production and its hospitality. The half day tour from Milan includeds the visit of 2 selected wine cellars, specialized in different wine productions. The house enologists will take you for a walk along the vineyards and then to the cellars where vinification takes place, explaining in details the process. The wine tasting will be accompinied by appetizers, like cheese, grissini, and cold cuts. Do not miss the opportunity of a complete wine experience from Milan in Olterpò Pavese Wine District!
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Already in the old Romans age the richest families and the most famous people tried to purchase a villa on the shores of Lake Como: today this tradition goes on with the VIPS ( actors, footballplayers, politicians, artists, fashion-designers...) who spend their holidays in this area, cosidered one of the most beautiful places in this region. Imagine to enjoy your time staying on a boat, rocked by the gentle waves of the lake, with a spectacular view on its shores. Here many historical villas have been built, very often surrounded by magnificent gardens decorated with azaleas and rodhodendres. Even in winter time, when the atmosphere on the lake gets still more romantic, a day-trip to Como Lake is a must not to be missed! In the morning start with the visit of Como town: villa Olmo with his magnificent garden, the ancient walls of the town, the typical narrow streets of the city-center and the cathedral are some of the highlights you will discover with your guide. After the visit of Como a pleasant cruise from Como will take you to Bellagio, crossing along the most beautiful part of the lake. Our guide will spot out all the villas and the interesting points visible from the shores. Once you reach the "pearl of the lake", the small village of Bellagio, a breethtaking view over the three different branches of the lake will impress you. As always, a glass of prosecco will be offered by MilanoWow staff!
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Learn to make pizza in the country of its birth at a pizza making workshop in Milan. Discover how to prepare the dough and make the toppings, guided by a professional “pizzaiolo”. Then, savor the tasty fruits of your labor and share the meal together with locals. It all happens in the center of Milano, in a charm location. Meet your pizza chef to roll up your sleeves and learn an art that you have long admired at your hometown’s more authentic pizzerias! During the workshop you're going to learn also how you can make an italian dessert thanks to the cooking show and taste it during the full meal we gonna enjoy togheter. Let us know any preferences and will be a pleasure to customize your Pizza Workshop Experience depending on your preferences.
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This tour has been created for those who want to combine the love of Made in Italy food with the passion of car's engines. We will take you to the discovery of the tricolor food valley through an itinerary where you will have the opportunity to know first hand the producers of the most imitated foods in the world and to touch the legend of Ferrari. The first stop will be at a cheese factory of Parmigiano-Reggiano, where you will visit the production plant and you will have the opportunity to know all the steps in the production of this excellence in Emilia. The visit includes a full tasting of different types of Parmesan, cold meats, honey and jams and local wine. The second stage includes a visit to an historic “acetate” that produces Balsamic vinegar in Modena since 1605. Having reached the 17th generation of producers, in the course of its history, the acetate has won numerous awards for its quality and was chosen by the Duke and by some popes of the Roman church as official supplier. The producers will open the doors of the company and the tour will end with a tasting of various types of balsamic vinegar. The afternoon will be dedicated, instead, to visiting the Ferrari museum in Maranello, to discover the most iconinc Italian car brand in the world, a stone's throw from the factories where they produce the legendary cars "with the horse." If we are lucky we will have the opportunity to meet the legendary Ferrari mechanics coming out of the stables.
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A day trip from Milan to Cinque Terre is the best choice for those who don’t want to miss a visit to one of the most charming places in Italy and the entire world. At the edge of the cliffs, surrounded by the typical maquis, five small fishermen villages (Monterosso, Vernazza, Manarola, Corniglia, Rio-Maggiore) witness how human presence has been able to respectfully model a landscape with passion and care, making it a unique place. The suggested walking route, planned by a local guide, will give you the best in a short time. You will experience the agricultural inland with its farmers, you will walk through the narrow stony streets of three of the five historical villages, along old pathways, alternating walking and boating tracts. Cinque Terre are waiting for you. They are even closer than you may expect! Reccomandation: bring with you a hat, solar cream, confortable shoes and dressing.
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This is the best way to visit Milano. Take the full advantage of the first fully guided ELECTRIC BIKE TOUR OF MILAN. During the 3 hours easy pedaling bike ride you will explore the best tourist spots and uncover parts of the city large tour groups can't go. Thanks to this Small Group Tour (max 6 guests) you will see the city like a LOCAL and enjoy an experience full of compelling stories, essential neighborhoods, and the best highlights of Milan. MilanoWow tour guide will accompany the group and makes you visit the best of Milan and learn about the history and cultural evolution of the city. Our electric bikes will make your adventure fun, easy and eco-friendly!
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This day-trip from Milan in our comfortable mini-van, is for those who want to allow themselves an intense full day made of romanticism, "dolce vita" and refreshment. We ll start our day in Sirmione, a lovely medieval town with a lively atmosphere which is set on a peninsula that stretches for about 4km into the coloured water of Lake Garda, the biggest lake of Italy. We'll take a private boat tour around the peninsula, during which our guide will carefully carry you into the history of this place inhabited since Roman time. Sirmione boasts, among other historical monuments like the famous "Grottoes of Catullus" and former Maria Callas' villa, a wonderfull castle (Castello Scaligero), a rare example of lake fortification, built by the Scaliger family to protect the lower parte of the lake. With its typical swallowtail battlements and its “darsena”, the dock, this castle represents a unique attraction. After lunch we'll then head to Verona, a city that is is worldwide known for being the city of unrequited love, the place where the story of Shakespeare’s Rome and Juliet was set. Our guide will show you the most important places in town starting from Piazza Bra with its elegant and charming palaces along the “Listone”, the very famous pavement in pink limestone. We won't miss the most important roman monument, the Arena, an amphitheatre still famous nowdays for the international lyric festival and of course the world-wide famous Juliet's balcony, a must for everyone visiting Verona. Other secret spots will be unvealed... Do not worry: we will not leave Verona without a taste of local prosecco.. The return back to Milan is scheduled in the late afternoon.
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This tour has been entirely dedicated to Leonardo da Vinci, who spent the most important part of his life working at the end of the 15.th century for the lord of Milan Ludovico il Moro. Usually, when we think about Leonardo, we imagine him as one of the best artist in the history of the world. But in the reality this is just one of the many activities he was involved: during this tour you will discover how many subjects Leonardo was studying, always trying to solve practical problems. For this reason you will start in the morning with the visit of a section of the sciences' museum, that hosts reproductions of the drawings and wooden models of the machines invented by Leonardo. Later you will discover an impressive bronze statue of a horse made recently by a japanese artist after the original sketches of the 15th century. The tour will end with the visit of a room of the museum of the castle where the decoration has been projected by him. We are sure that joining this tour is the best way to discover Leonardo da Vinci, realising that he was not only a superb artist, much more a genius!
This tour is for travelers looking for a nice leisurely stroll to enjoy Milan in the late afternoon and having an appetizer in one of the best bar available in town. Starting from the Basilica of Sant’Eustorgio, for centuries a place of pilgrimage, for part of the relics of the three Wise Men are still preserved in here. The Portinari Chapel here is worth a visit: painted by an early Renaissance artist, Vincenzo Foppa, it contains the charming Ark of St. Peter Martyr by Giovanni Balduccio, the leading artist of Gothic sculpture. Continuining to the Darsena, the ancient Port of Milan, will clearly emerge as the cuty - from the Middle Ages to XX century - was crisscrossed by a thick network of canals, used for the transportation of goods and supplies as well as for irrigation. H owever in the 1930s most of the canals were covered, and the Navigli is nowdays the only district where Milan with its waterways looked like in the past. The "Navigli District" is bohemian, full of bookshops, artists’ studios, “ringhiera” style buildings and wine bars. This is where locals come to spend their evenings after a busy day working, to relax with friends over a nice glass of wine and delicious appetizers. You will discover some neat corners. The tour will end in Italian way, in one of the most exclusive wine bars of the area for a delicius appetizers.
Starting from via Manzoni, in the very hearth of Milan, the tour will lead through ancient and modern time. The narrow streets of the charmingly trendy Brera district hide one of the most poetic spot in the city, well hidden from the crowd of the surrounding area: the Botanic Garden. Medicinal plants, different flowers species and the trees make this place special and intimate for the Milaneses. On the way, many remarkable churches will be crossed, such as the Basilica of San Marco, where Mozart played during his stay in Milan, and, worth a little detour, San Simpliciano, one of the four basilicas founded by St. Ambrose in the four corners of Milan. The interior is filled with works of art. Then Corso Garibladi, wirh its luxury windows and Ponte delle Gabelle: this bridge is an evocative place to imagine how Milan used to be when the Navigli (Canals) still flowed around the city and barges carrying goods sailed from the countryside into the city center. In fact it’s here that barges sailing along the Martesana Canal had to stop and pay customs duties. The modern skyline starts then to rise up behind Porta Nuova, one of the Gates on the Spanish Ramparts that once surrounded the city. Here is located Eataly Smeraldo Concept Store, a 3 floors dedicated to restaurants and a great selection of Italian foods. Going on, the pedestrian Corso Como hides a beautiful inner courtyard which is certainly worth a visit. Our walk pass by Piazza Gae Aulenti, the heart of a vertical steel and glass district that has developed since 2007 and ends in the former workins-class district of Isola, nowdays a lively area for young people with lots of bars and wine bar. In one of them, before concluding the tour, we'll get a wine tasting.
“Parma Lunch on the Road” is an innovative experience created for those who love Italian food. We will take you to a journey of discovery through the famous tricolour food valley where you will enjoy an itinerant lunch meeting the best producers of the most imitated types of food in the entire world: Parmesan cheese, Parma Ham and balsamic vinegar. Our food specialized guide will wait for you in Parma and lead you across a fantastic journey of the art of cooking. The first stop will be in a Parmesan dairy farm, where you will discover all the secrets of the production of this world famous cheese, a real Emilian excellence. The visit will finish with a tasting of the different types of Parmesan. Then we will move to a ham producing site where a guided tour of the producer will make you taste this world famous food directly on the production site. The third stop will be at a historical balsamic vinegar production site. You will see the entire place and at the end of the visit you will experience a unique balsamicvinegar tasting with custard accompanied by a 25 year old balsamic vinegar. In the afternoon you will enjoy a guided tour of Parma including the highlights Piazza Garibaldi (the city centre), the cathedral, the Baptistery and the Pilotta. The tour will end with another surprising tasting in one of the city’s most historic cafes.