Get to Know Milan in 30 seconds Milan is a large city but the architectural jewels are in the center of town and if you are short on time, you can see Milan in a day. Milan is a very ‘walkable’… Continue Reading
Next Carnevale in Milan: 17 February 2018 Carnival in Milan This year Carnevale di Milano will be celebrated 17 February 2018 Carnival in Milan follows the Ambrosian rite and is celebrated one week after Carnival in Venice which follows the Roman rite. (Venice… Continue Reading
14 February is Valentine’s day Romantic restaurants, enchanting city scenery, and charming hotels will make Milan your perfect Valentine getaway. Milan has a particular romance to it. It’s not seen or depicted as a romantic city in films or art,… Continue Reading
Travel Guide to Milan – what you must see on your visit to Milan. Shopping, Duomo cathedral, Sforza Castle, Last Supper by Da Vinci, Royal Palace, Central Station, and more… If you are visiting Milan, you probably already have a… Continue Reading
Driving in Italy may seem daunting to many, but I can assure you it’s not that bad! People do drive fast, but they also respect the rules, except when it comes to parking. With no doubt, Italians are “creative parkers”.… Continue Reading
You’ve only got one day to visit Milan – here is a guide on how to best spend your time. You can follow this D.I.Y. tour, or book a 3 hour tour with a guide. Morning Start the day at Bar Magenta… Continue Reading
Ski Season – If you are a winter sports enthusiast, Milan is a very strategic location for weekend getaways for skiing and snowboarding in Italy. Milan is located at the base of the Alps. You can even see the majestic… Continue Reading
After shopping and sightseeing in Milan, why not treat yourself to ultimate relaxation at the QC Termemilano luxury spa? Let your stress, tension and discomfort melt away and make use of up to 30 wellness experiences including the use of thermal baths, whirlpools, saunas, steam rooms and salt rooms. Complete your spa session by upgrading to include a 25-minute massage. Alternatively, opt to visit the spa in the evening and enjoy an ‘aperitivo’ of a drink with a light buffet, too!
Take a reliable taxi transfer between Milan Malpensa Airport and Orta San Giulio on Lake Orta. A private English-speaking driver in a comfortable vehicle will drive to your destination. Transportation can take up to 8 people and luggage.
Explore Milan at ease with the Milano Card and sightsee at leisure, enjoying discounted or free entry to the city’s world-class museums and monuments. Milan is a mecca for fashion lovers, so make the most of special offers when shopping in its stylish shops or eating in its equally glamorous restaurants. With included public transport and further savings on taxis, football matches, tours, theater shows, airport shuttles, bike rentals and more, your Milan sightseeing pass offers everything you need for hassle-free city sightseeing.
Discover some of Milan’s greatest artistic treasures on this 2-hour walking tour. Enjoy skip-the-line entrance to Leonardo da Vinci’s ‘The Last Supper,’ one of the world’s most famous art pieces, and admire the must-see interior of the Church of San Maurizio al Monastero Maggiore. With an expert guide, discover Milan’s off-the-beaten-path sights, including Church of Santa Maria presso San Satiro and the controversial ‘L.O.V.E’ sculpture of a finger while listening to informative commentary. Three start times are available when booking.
Get up close to one of the world’s most famous paintings on this 3-hour walking tour of Milan including a visit to Leonardo da Vinci’s ‘The Last Supper.’ With a local guide at your side, see the ‘Atlantic Codex,’ a 12-volume bound set of scientific drawings and writings compiled by da Vinci between 1478 and 1519, and enjoy a guided tour of the UNESCO-listed Church of Santa Maria delle Grazie. Then, skip the lines and enjoy an intimate viewing of ‘The Last Supper,’ undoubtedly one of da Vinci’s greatest masterpieces.
Discover Milan and see da Vinci’s masterpiece, ‘The Last Supper,’ on this 3.5-hour tour. Visit the UNESCO World Heritage site of Santa Maria delle Grazie to admire ‘The Last Supper’ in situ. Demand is high and the queues get long to see this masterpiece; choose this best-selling tour for advance booking and entrance tickets. Explore La Scala opera house with your guide. Marvel at the scale and beauty of Milan Cathedral and learn of its long history. Explore the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele shopping arcade, a highlight of Italy’s fashion capital.
You have seen the sites, indulged in lovely Italian food, and shopped to your hearts content. Regrettably it is time to leave the cosmopolitan city of Milan, why make the day harder than it has to be. Prebook your Milan Airport Private Departure Transfer to ensure a smooth departure from your hotel for your flight home.
Discover the world of fashion in the capital of glamor and style, Milan. If you love fashion and shopping, this tour is for you! You will visit some of the top designer shops in Milan, accompanied by an expert who can offer you valuable shopping and style tips.
4 days and 3 nights leaving from Milan. Small groups tour discovering the most amazing Italian mountains: the Dolomites.
You’ll have the chance to discover the beautiful town of Verona before commencing your trip to the mountain. Visit of Canazei, Fiemme and Fassa Valleys, Cortina, Tre Cime di Lavaredo, Alpine lakes, mountain passes, Merano, Bolzano and Trento. Hotels located in the heart of the cities. Breakfast included.
Enjoy 4 days and 3 nights Italian lakes departing from Milan. You’ll have the chance to discover the most important lakes of the northern Italy: the small Lake Orta, the refined Lake Maggiore, the luxurious Lake Como, the amazing Lake Garda, the picturesque Lake Iseo.
Sit back and relax in Milan Malpensa Airport Lounges. All guests are accepted no matter what class of travel or the airline you are traveling with. Simply help yourself to complimentary drinks, snacks and free wi-fi. You will have 3 hours to enjoy the lounge facilities and this is a great place to escape the crowds.
Milan has the third largest cathedral in the world. The Duomo is the third largest cathedral in the world after St. Peter’s in Rome and the Cathedral of Seville. Taking over over 500 years to complete, today the Duomo is… Continue Reading
Tino Sana Museum Foundation and Wood Group of Confederation of Italian Industry Bergamo show the exhibition “Nomadic Landscape” Ex Ateneo • Piazza Reginaldo Giuliani • Città Alta di Bergamo 5 – 20 September 2015, from 10 am to 11 pm On the… Continue Reading