Taking part in our tours is a way to learn the Italian language also through the art, history and traditions of the city.

Each tour will be given a small vocabulary with words that will be used by the guide and explained, and educational material useful to memorize what has been learned.

Below are just a few examples.

Tours on request are also organized.

Our calendar will be updated daily with temporary exhibitions at Palazzo Reale, Mudec and most important Milanese museums.

Leonardo da Vinci's Last Supper

Visit and tour of one of Leonardo da Vinci's masterpieces. We will explain the innovative technique used by the Florentine master, the life of Leonardo at the court of Ludovico Sforza, duke of Milan and the symbolism of this complex work. We will also visit the church of Santa Maria delle Grazie, designed as a mausoleum of Ludovico Sforza and his wife Beatrice.

Square a Plaza and its Architecture

A tour of the new district of the city of Milan, completed in 2015 for the Expo, the universal exhibition. We will admire the beautiful skyscrapers, the circular plaza of Gau Aulenti and We will learn words and expressions related to modern architecture. We will then walk to the historic and artistic district of Brera, the ancient Milan and we will observe the difference in architectural styles.

Food Tour

The food is one of the fundamental elements of Italian culture. We will walk along the Milanese canals listening to their fascinating history and we will stop in small restaurants to taste Milanese recipes, deepening the vocabulary linked to gastronomy. Milan has had artificial canals for hundreds of years until the twentieth century have been covered to make room for new roads. This district is the only one that preserves the original appearance of the city.

Pinacoteca And Brera Academy

The Academy, founded at the end of the 18th century, is the largest and among the most famous art schools in Italy. In the same building there is the collection of paintings that covers the history of art from the '200 to' 900. The guide will explain the masterpieces (Caravaggio, Raffaello, Rubens ..), the pictorial styles and the life of the artists. You will learn words related to art.