A city of water: the unexpected Milan between canals and fresh fish
Have you ever wondered why the best seafood restaurant can be found in a city which is at least 150 km away from the sea? Well, Milan is surprisingly a water city: since the 13th century, an extensive net of navigable canals have connected the town to the nearby rivers and lakes, allowing the flourishing of art, culture and business.
A private guided tour will lead you to discover, walking and cruising, these unusual places, where water meets the edges of the centre. As an ultimate proof, you will taste some excellent take-away seafood: Milan is not only Risotto!