Milan is known as the fashion capital. It is the seat of the National Chamber of Italian fashion and of some of the most important fashion houses and icons of Made in Italy in the world. The Lombard capital hosts the Fashion Weeks, international events… Continue Reading
Overview Experience the beauty of Lake Como and the stunning views from atop the Swiss and Italian Alps on this full-day tour from Milan. Stop in the historic lakeshore village of Varenna—one of the lake’s most charming—and enjoy lunch in… Continue Reading
MILAN Feb 2021– Museums in Milan are gradually reopening: here you will find the timetables of those who have already published information on reopenings. This page will be updated as frequently as possible. For details visit the official websites of the… Continue Reading
The city of Milan is like one big shopping mall. Some of the world’s most beautiful stores and boutiques can be found in the Milan shopping district. It is a perfect place for gift shopping. However, Milan has a reputation… Continue Reading
There is no doubt that Milan is one of Europe’s most expensive cities to live in and to visit, but what a lot of people don’t know is that there are a lot of free ways to enjoy Milan. Milan… Continue Reading
Milan is one of Italy’s most metropolitan and contemporary cities. Attracting travelers and business people from all over the world, it has become one of Europe’s most popular destinations. Among the new mirrored-facade skyscrapers and designer boutiques, old Milan hides… Continue Reading
The Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II is at the heart of Milan and is a must see for all tourists visiting the capital of fashion. Not only is it one of the oldest glass covered galleries in Europe, but it is… Continue Reading
The best of Milan in One day Free download – viewed best on mobiles and tablets 24 Hours in Milan – The best of Milan in one day Download now for free A city travel guide to visiting Milan in… Continue Reading
A timeline of history in one building Once known as Palazzo del Broletto Vecchio in the 12th century, it served as a modest town hall. The Old Town Hall became an elegant dwelling in the heart of the city, and… Continue Reading
Just because the museum is closed or you are far away, it doesn’t mean you can’t visit the best museums in Milan. Through the Arts & Culture Project managed by Google and launched in 2011, using their Street View technology… Continue Reading
Football Stadium Milan San Siro hosts both AC Milan and Inter Milan Here in Milano, San Siro stadium is home to both the AC Milan “Rossoneri” (red-blacks) as well as F.C. Inter. No matter what your favorite team, San Siro is the… Continue Reading
Shopping in Milan Milan is a major capital of European fashion and design. The infamous shopping district, The Golden Quadrilateral is the chicest neighborhood of designer boutiques and showrooms. Streets like Via Torino or Corso Buenos Aires are lined with stylish ready-to-wear… Continue Reading
In the heart of Milan, just behind the Marchesi 1824 pastry shop on Corso Magenta are the ruins of the Roman Imperial Palace in Milan where Emperor Maximianus resided in 286 A.D. Once a vast property with a palace, imperial… Continue Reading
Milan is known as the city of fashion and glamour but it doesn’t mean you have to spend a fortune to have a luxurious experience while visiting. If you are traveling on a budget to Milan, here are some things… Continue Reading
Prada Foundation Largo Isarco 2 20139 Milan Italy www.fondazioneprada.org Fondazione Prada Milano museum and gallery Opening hours Monday to Thursday a.m. to 7 p.m. Friday to Sunday am to 8 p.m. Admission Tickets Adult: 10 euro Students under 26 years old:… Continue Reading
Tour Milan with Fabio Tranchida, professional guide specialized in architecture and music. The tour What Milan is Made Of focuses on the materials, textures, and architecture of Milan. Guido Tour Sharing is a tour company that allows visitors to save… Continue Reading
From 1805 to 1814 Napoléon Bonaparte, Emperor of the French Empire held a second role as King of Italy. During this time as King of Italy, he started a project with the architect Giovanni Antolini that would transform Milan into… Continue Reading
CENTRAL LAKE COMO FOOD, VILLAS & BOAT TOUR Boat, Food & Villas Tour of Lake Como, Italy A full day guided tour discovering the pearls of Lake Como: walking tours of Bellagio and Varenna, a visit to Villa Balbianello and Villa Melzi, a relaxing private cruise, the sampling of olive oil… Continue Reading
You can walk on the rooftops, 250 meters above Piazza Duomo of Milan. The Highline Milano, opened in 2015, offers a panoramic view of the city. You can see everything from the rooftop of the Duomo, to the modern skyline of… Continue Reading
Walking down the streets of Milan, you can’t help but notice how elegant and composed the Milanese are. They are a seemingly aloof population. It is true that the Milanese are creative, innovative, and hardworking but what is not immediately apparent, is… Continue Reading
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
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
Walking out of Central Station Milan from under the domineering gallery of this overwhelming building, a large spacious plaza opens to the boulevard heading into the center of town. In the plaza in front of Central Station Milan, there is… Continue Reading
A nice day in Piazza Duomo, full of tourists, life and culture. Clear skies over Piazza Duomo, a perfect day to visit the rooftop terrace or do walking tour. Don’t forget the Duomo museum as well. The Duomo is the… 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
If you’ve only got one day to visit Milan, here is a guide on how to best spend your time visiting Milan in one day. You can follow this D.I.Y. itinerary, or book a 3 hour tour with a guide. Free Download… Continue Reading
Fill your day with art, and see Leonardo da Vinci’s “The Last Supper” in Milan with a skip-the-line ticket. The biblical scene painting has become one of the world’s most famous pieces of art. So skip past the long lines of people waiting to see it, and head straight inside for an up-close look at the masterpiece itself. From a knowledgeable guide, learn about Leonardo and the Renaissance, and take in the splendor of its setting, a Dominican convent near the UNESCO World Heritage–listed Church of Santa Maria dell Grazie. Continue Reading
Passionate about Italian design? Combine traditional with modern design influences as you seek inspiration from museums, galleries, hotels and monuments showcasing the best of Italian design on this private guided tour. Visti Milan’s showrooms, concept stores, workshops and ateliers. for a real sense of modern Italian design and style. Continue Reading
Take a guided bike ride through Milan and see the city’s most popular sites as well as areas that are not on regular tour routes.
See the best of Milan in a single day on this 6-hour walking tour that also takes you to locally loved spots often missed by visitors. Your in-the-know guide will detail the history of the many sights you’ll see, for a level of insider’s perspective you can’t get with a guidebook. Plus, you’ll save time with special skip-the-line treatment at the Duomo di Milano and Leonardo da Vinci’s ‘The Last Supper.’ Bypass the long queues for both showstopper attractions and enjoy priority access to some of the city’s other famous churches, too. Continue Reading
Enjoy an evening of spa treatments and pampering followed by a traditional Italian ‘aperitivo,’ or light snacks with a drink, on this spa evening in Milan. Relax in QC Termemilano’s many saunas and warm-water pools, enjoy the tranquil gardens at your leisure or indulge yourself in a soothing essential-oil massage — your time is your own to enjoy as you like. Afterward, enjoy a traditional Italian aperitivo of traditional and regional wine, fruit juice, cheese, salad, bread, jams and fruit. Leave feeling refreshed, energized and ready to enjoy the rest of your evening in Milan. Continue Reading
A unique experience through the Majestic Symbol of Milan! Discover Milan’s rich musical history on a tour through one of the world’s leading Opera Theatres. Continue Reading
The unknown beauty of Milan’s treasures! Famous artists and sculptures relate themselves for the first time with the mysterious theme of the Death and faith. Continue Reading
See the must-see highlights of Milan in a pleasant 2-hour guided walking tour.
You’ll explore the heart of the most dynamic Italian city with a local expert guide giving you an overall introduction about Milan, its history and its many interesting cultural aspects to better enjoy and appreciate its glamour.
You’ll easily get oriented for your stay in the city and, thanks to a smaller group you can interact with a local guide. Continue Reading
Best of Milan is the tour that leads you to the most iconic and well-known Milan attractions, including the word-famous masterpiece “The Last Supper” by Leonardo da Vinci.
Experience a 30 minutes, or 1 hour, visit to the city aboard a timeless car: a Vintage Fiat 500. There is a new way to discover the city of Expo 2015, board a vintage Fiat 500 and let your tour leader guide you around the city.
See Leonardo da Vinci’s largest collection of original drawings at the incredible Codex Atlanticus exhibit in Milan. Spread over the Pinacoteca Ambrosiana in the Biblioteca Ambrosiana, this fascinating exhibition includes works from 1478 to 1519, showcasing Da Vinci’s entire life as an artist. Select from one of three entrance ticket options and admire the artwork independently. Continue Reading
Follow the trail of Leonardo da Vinci and enjoy skip-the-line access to ‘The Last Supper’ on this 2.5-hour tour. With an expert guide admire the Sforza Castle – where the Renaissance genius worked too, home to his employer Ludovico Sforza – and view the UNESCO-listed Church of Santa Maria delle Grazie.
Hear tales of Renaissance Milan and Leonardo, and finish with a viewing of ‘The Last Supper’ mural painting, one of his greatest works. Continue Reading
Discover the delights of Milan by bike on a morning, afternoon or evening tour! Following an expert guide, you’ll cycle at a gentle pace around the captivating city streets, seeing top Milan attractions as well as lesser-known treasures that tourist maps miss. Explore fashionable and quirky neighborhoods like Manzoni and Ticinese, and see iconic Milan monuments such as Milan Duomo, Teatro La Scala, Castello Sforzesco (Sforza Castle) and more!
Numbers are limited to nine on this small-group Milan bike tour, ensuring you’ll see the sights with personalized attention from your guide. Continue Reading
Experience the best of the Duomo on a Milan Super Saver that combines two popular guided tours at a discounted price. With an expert guide, enjoy skip-the-line entry to the iconic cathedral, then take a 1-hour tour of the interior before ascending to the rooftop. Ride an elevator and climb steps to reach the lofty rooftop, where — amid the upward-reaching spires of the cathedral — you’ll soak up gorgeous views of the city below. Continue Reading
See the sites of Milan in style aboard an eye-catching vintage tram and enjoy discounted entry to top city attractions and 24-hour free access to the public transports with the MilanoCard. Visit Duomo di Milano (Milan Cathedral), the Pinacoteca Ambrosiana, Castello Sforza (Sforza Castle) and the Quadrilatero della Moda shopping district — with the MilanoCard in your pocket your money will go almost as far as you do! Hop on and off the tram at your leisure and make the most of your time in Milan, enjoying 24 hours of sightseeing with on-board audio commentary. Continue Reading
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. Continue Reading
Get skip-the-line entry to the famous fresco “The Last Supper” during this 2.5-hour Milan walking tour. Experience the Leonardo da Vinci’s masterwork like never before with this unique Last Supper experience where you will be recreating the Last Supper. Your experience is composed of four parts: an exclusive visit to the Last Supper, a walk through the city center, a visit to an exhibition related to Leonardo Machines, and a workshop. Continue Reading
Get an introduction to Milan’s culture and nightlife on an evening walking tour with a local guide. Explore the fashionable Brera district, the Porta Garibaldi area, 10 Corso Como outlet and the newly developed Porta Nuova area to find all the trendy spots for shopping, dining and nightlife. Get tips and recommendations for your stay in Milan to experience the city like a true local! Continue Reading
Beat the crowds at Milan’s Cathedral, or Duomo, with skip-the-line access during this 1-hour guided tour. Select from a weekend or weekday departure, then marvel at this glorious Gothic spectacle, one of the world’s largest churches. Accompanied by an expert guide, walk through the candlelit interior viewing the statues, spires and stained glass. Hear fascinating anecdotes and legends associated with the captivating cathedral. Descend into the crypt beneath the altar and see the tomb where the 16th-century archbishop Saint Charles Borromeo is buried. Continue Reading
Bypass the queue with your prebooked ticket to the top of Milan’s Duomo — Milan Cathedral — the city’s most notable attraction and one of the world’s largest churches. Take the elevator up the steepest portion of the church, followed by just 50 steps to the rooftop, where you’ll enjoy sweeping views of Milan and admire the cathedral’s statues, spires and buttresses up close. Learn about the history and significance of this Gothic masterpiece from your guide along the way. Continue Reading
Discover Milan’s signature sights and gain skip-the-line entrance to Leonardo da Vinci’s ‘The Last Supper’ on this 3-hour small-group walking tour. With an expert local guide, explore the city center on foot to see top Milan attractions such as Milan Duomo, La Scala, Sforza Castle and other beautiful landmarks. Plus, breeze past the lines to view da Vinci’s masterly fresco: a sublime depiction of Jesus’ last meal with his disciples. Numbers are limited to a maximum of 25 people on this small-group tour to ensure personalized attention. Continue Reading
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. Continue Reading
Opera fans and theater lovers, this is the perfect Milan activity for you and an experience you’ll never forget! Join this La Scala Theatre and museum tour for a unique opportunity to discover the secrets of one of the most famous opera houses in the world. With an expert guide, visit the La Scala Museum, home to a fascinating collection of costumes, musical instruments and portraits. You’ll also pass through the La Scala Theatre foyer and see its beautiful auditorium, stage and pit orchestra from the boxes! Continue Reading