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
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
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
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
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.
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