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Lake Como Walking Tour and Boat Cruise
A day trip to scenic Como that includes bus transfers, a guided walking tour of the town and a boat cruise on Lake Como. Features stop offs at Bellagio in summer and Brunate in winter.
Serravalle Shopping Tour
A full-day tour of Milan’s village-esque McArthur Glen Designer Outlet in Serravalle – the capital of fashion’s leading shopping mall. Shoppers can take advantage of huge discounts in over 170 designer stores, such as Bulgari, Calvin Klein, D&G and Cavalli.
Shopping Trip to FoxTown Outlet
Setting off from Milan, this day trip takes shoppers across the border into Switzerland for some retail therapy at FoxTown Outlet. With over 160 stores, visitors will benefit from discounts of up to 70 % on designer brands, such as Gucci, Prada and Armani.
La Scala Theatre and Museum Guided Tour
A behind-the-scenes look at the world’s most famous opera house, from backstage to the royal box. Costumes, instruments and portraits of renowned performers can also be seen in the on-site museum.
Franciacorta Wine Tasting and Shopping Day Trip
In a region famed for its sparkling white wines, this tour lets visitors sample three of Franciacorta’s best at a local vineyard. The tour includes a light lunch and a stop off for shopping at Franciacorta Outlet Village.
Hop-On Hop-Off Bus
A chance to take in the most notable landmarks of Milan from an open top bus. Highlights include Milan Cathedral, Sforza Castle and the famous fashion district Quad d’Oro. Visitors can choose between a one-day or two-day ticket.
Total Milan Experience
On this full-day tour, you’ll explore some of Milan’s most popular sights. Highlights include the beautiful Duomo Cathedral and Michelangelo’s unfinished statue, ‘Rondanini Pietà. You’ll also have direct access to Leonardo da Vinci’s masterpiece, ‘The Last Supper'. Along the way, a knowledgeable guide will share insights about the landmarks and provide you with skip-the-line access.
Historical Tour of Milan and The Last Supper
On this tour, you’ll see some of Milan’s most important and historical sites and there will be a chance to visit Leonardo da Vinci’s masterpiece, ‘The Last Supper’. Your guide will also show you some of the city’s lesser-known spots along the way.
Renaissance Treasures and The Last Supper Tour
On this two-hour walking tour, you’ll see some of Milan’s best-known sites – many of which originate from the Renaissance period. There’ll be an opportunity to see the beautiful church of San Maurizio. This ticket also includes skip-the-line access to Leonardo da Vinci’s masterpiece, ‘The Last Supper’.
Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour
With three routes to choose from, this double-decker bus tour makes it easy and comfortable to discover Milan’s most famous sites. Hop off at landmarks such as Sforza Castle, the Duomo and the Teatro alla Scala, or explore shopping streets lined with the flagship stores of some of the world’s most luxurious brands. Sports fans can also admire the San Siro Stadium and visit Casa Milan.
MUBA – Materials Workshop for Children and Adults
This eco-focused workshop is based around creative uses for waste material such as cardboard, rubber, wood and metal. Aimed at both children and adults, it’s an exploration of how leftovers can be put to fun uses.
Leonardo Da Vinci Museum of Science and Technology
Established in 1953, this museum is one of the largest science and technology museums in Europe. It offers various exhibitions and interactive workshops, and is home to a world-renowned collection of historical models based on da Vinci’s drawings.
Housed in the Biblioteca Ambrosiana, this museum is home to some of Italy’s most renowned masterpieces. Highlights include ‘The Basket of Fruit’ by Caravaggio, ‘The Cartoon for The School of Athens’ by Raphael, and Leonardo da Vinci’s ‘Codex Atlanticus’ exhibition. The Pinacoteca Ambrosiana also hosts a range of historical artefacts like the gloves Napoleon wore at Waterloo and a lock of Lucrezia Borgia's hair.
Leonardo3: The World of Leonardo Exhibition
This hands-on exhibition allows you to discover and try out some of Leonardo da Vinci’s greatest inventions. The exhibition features working models of his most impressive machines, including the Submarine, the Time Machine, the Mechanical Dragonfly and the Rapid Fire Crossbow. You’ll also find digitalised restorations of paintings like The Last Supper.
1.6 miles from city centre
Beyond its function as a transport hub, Milan's Central Station is a labyrinth of shops and restaurants. Step just outside and you'll be standing in an expansive square in front of Pirellone, one of Milan’s first skyscrapers, and an area filled with offices, some shopping options, restaurants and cafés.
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Despite having centuries worth of history, Milan prides itself on being Italy's most contemporary city and fashion capital. Its ancient Duomo is just one of many churches dotted around the city, and you'll also find a variety of museums, world-class theatres and established opera houses such as La Scala.
To discover the city's history, head to the red brick Castello Sforzesco, where the prominent Sforza-Visconti families of Milan once resided. Today, you'll find several museums inside, one of which features the Rondanini Pietà – Michaelangelo's final work. Continue your exploration onto the street of Corso Magenta where you'll find many trendy cafés and impressive examples of Milanese architecture like the Palazzo Litta. But the highlight lies within Santa Maria delle Grazie church and convent, which houses Leonardo da Vinci’s stunning mural, 'The Last Supper'.
To combine the best of shopping with striking architecture, then look no further than Galleria Vittorio Emanuele. Set inside a glass-domed, 19th-century palace, this mammoth shopping mall features an intricate mosaic floor lined with designer brands like Louis Vuitton and Prada.
Milan's main international airport is Malpensa, with transfers available by express train, bus and taxi.
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|Most popular time to visit||October–December|
|Cheapest time to visit||December–February|
|Local currency||€ 10 = £8.82|
|Average weekend price||£95 per night|
|Average weekday price||£96 per night|
|Typical stay||2 nights|
“Amazing view! one of the best churches I have ever seen if you are lucky to enter in. There is always the line, like more than 100 people each hour.”
“My stadium, Inter won the derby and that's an amazing feeling in 5an Siro”
“a lot of shops! you can find all kind of shops, from the economic, to middle prices and the outlets with brands.”
“Great area and Street full of restaurants, great food, very popular. At the end of the street at the Garibaldi gate is Eataly, fantastic store and restaurants inside worth a look around, open till midnight everyday. ”
“Not to be missed - superb. There are little coat rooms right where the boxes are. You don’t have to sit on your jacket! ”
“This motif has been copied and renamed all over the world. THIS IS THE ORIGINAL! Nothing comes close.”
“It is a place rich with history and housing a vast collection of renaissance paintings, including some great names. The tour offered by the guide was very educational and helped follow the history of advancing the art from flat icon-type depiction of religious events to dramatic and beautiful paintings that belong to art treasures ”
“We came to see Ludovico Einaudi perform. Stunning!! The venue was brilliant!! Felt very intimate”
“It was lovely and a good place to feel what it’s really like living in Milan. ”
“Great for eating pizzas and ice creams. Amazing views around the canals especially before and afsunsets. ”
Seeing The Last Supper was very special and I’d definitely recommend going up to the terraces on top of the Duomo. Go to Luini’s close to the Duomo for a delicious, cheap lunch and Brera for lots of dinner options. Very easy to get around the city but also a great place to just walk and get lost in different districts.
Absolutely beautiful!! So so safe as they don't allow cars any where near duomo!! So clean and friendly people. Perfect for shopping and just sightseeing! The artitechure was stunning. Food was the best and absolutely divine!! So easy to get around places with the metro!! Perfect for a 2 day holiday
Milan was really clean, the people civilized and respectful. Big difference from Rome (really dirty and disappointing). I wish I had spent more time in Milan, and less in Rome. Good train connections to Turin and Venice. Good restaurants, shopping, supermarkets, and atmosphere. City was REALLY CLEAN! Restaurants great, especially XIER, a Chinese buffet that has EVERYTHING. I really enjoyed the trolleys, trams, and metro.
- haal een “broodje” bij Luini; - koop een ijsje bij Grom; - eet pizza hij PIZ; - boek ruim van tevoren je kaartjes voor het laatste avondmaal, anders ben je verplicht om de kaartjes met een guide aan te schaffen +/- €44 p.p. In plaats van €12.50 p.p.; - indien je goed ter been bent, kun je alles lopend doen en zou ik niet met de metro reizen; - taxi vanaf het vliegveld is overbodig. De treinen zijn vergelijkbaar met die van Nederland en je bent voor 13€ binnen 50 minuten in het centrum van Milaan.
Practical, public transport working ( which is rare in Italy).amazing shopping for the whole family. Good restaurants but stay away from the most turistic places to avoid paying a fortune for nothing really special. Good variety of activities for the little ones.
Very nice place but defiantly organize your trip before you arrive. Cathedral was good and duomo and don’t be afraid to use the metro makes it much easier to get around. Just be carful though restraints seem to finish after lunch and don’t open up till about eight.
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