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Bernina Express and Swiss Alps Day Trip
For over 100 years the Bernina Express has been offering a spectacular railway route over the Swiss Alps. This trip allows guests to take the "little red train" to experience striking Alpine landscapes. The journey starts off in Tirano, passes through the Engadin Valley and winds up in the Alpine resort of St. Moritz.
Lake Como Walking Tour and Boat Cruise
This day trip from Milan to scenic Como includes a guided walking tour of the town and a boat cruise on Lake Como. Your guide will walk you through the history of this fascinating town, renowned for its silk craftsmanship, before you have some free time to shop in its fashion boutiques. Then you'll take to the lake for a two-hour panoramic cruise to the pretty village of Bellagio, or take the funicular to Brunate for incredible panoramic views of the lake during winter. Surrounded by mountains and lined by some of Italy's most elegant villas, the lake is stunning to look at both from the water and the overlooking hills.
Serravalle Designer Outlet Tour from Milan
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 Factory Stores. With over 160 stores, visitors will benefit from year-round discounts from 30% to 70% on over 240 designer brands. Labels available here include Armani, Bally, Blumarine, Burberry, Dior, Dolce & Gabbana, Gucci, Hugo Boss, Polo Ralph Lauren, Prada, Salvatore Ferragamo, Saint Laurent and Valentino.
La Scala Theatre and Museum Guided Tour
This tour takes you on a journey through Milan's rich musical history at one of the world's most famous opera houses: La Scala Theatre. Inside, it houses a museum with an extensive collection of costumes, instruments and musical antiques. There’s also a gallery, famous for its busts and paintings which portray some of classical music's greatest artists, such as Giussepe Verdi and Arturo Toscanini.
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.
San Siro Stadium and Casa Milan Football Tour
On the San Siro Stadium and Casa Milan Football Tour you’ll discover the home of Milan’s two football giants, AC Milan and Inter Milan. You’ll see a large selection of football memorabilia and have access to the changing rooms, mixed zones and the stands. One of the highlights for football fans is bound to be the walk through the tunnel of champions to the La Scala del Calcio pitch. Later, take the open-top City Sightseeing bus to AC Milan’s stylish new headquarters at Casa Milan and round off your afternoon with a light lunch.
Duomo Guided Tour with Rooftops and Fast-track Entry
This tour includes a skip-the-line entrance ticket and begins with a visit to the Baptistery of San Giovanni. Located beneath the cathedral in the archaeological area, these ruins date back to the fourth century and are the first octagonal baptistery in Christianity. Afterwards, your guide will lead to the cathedral to view its 3,400 statues, 55 stained glass windows and exquisite altars and paintings. The final stop is the rooftops which provide stellar views of the city. You’ll have some time to walk around the roof and admire its spires and sculptures before the tour ends.
Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour with Audioguide
This sightseeing bus tour allows you to get on and off at any time, so you are free to visit monuments and museums or simply sit back and relax. Highlights of the two different routes include Milan Cathedral, Sforza Castle and the fashion district Quad d’Oro. The transparent roof means you can enjoy the views from the top deck in any weather. You can choose between a one-day or two-day ticket and audio guides are available in ten languages: Arabic, Chinese, English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish. The free WiFi and USB sockets mean you can stay connected and charge smartphones and tablets as you ride.
Leonardo Da Vinci Museum of Science and Technology
Established in 1953, the Leonardo Da Vinci Museum of Science and Technology is located in the heart of Milan and is one of the largest museums in Europe dedicated to the technological development. Featuring collections devoted to transport, materials, energy, art and science, the museum aims to educate and engage visitors of all ages via various exhibitions and interactive workshops.
Pinacoteca Ambrosiana and Leonardo's Codex Atlanticus Exhibit
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.
Duomo Cathedral Pass: Terraces, Interior & Archaeological Area
Entry to the Duomo Cathedral, one of Italy's most significant examples of Gothic-style architecture and Milan's most popular visitor attraction. With this pass, you'll be able to explore the cathedral's interior, the terraces up above and archaeological ruins hidden down below.
Duomo Pass with Fast-Track Entry
A chance to enter the stunning Duomo Cathedral with fast-track entry, allowing you to beat the queues and get better views inside. Explore the cathedral’s interior, with its many sculptures, paintings and stained glass windows, descend into the archaeological area below, and visit the terraces by lift for panoramic views across Milan.
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.
House of Atellani and Vineyard of Leonardo Tour
A chance to see Milan through the eyes of Leonardo da Vinci. You’ll visit the historic Atellani House where Da Vinci was a guest and had his own vineyard. Along the way, you’ll learn more about the venue and the Renaissance period as you listen to a helpful audio guide.
Bagatti Valsecchi Museum
In the 1880s, Barons Fausto and Giuseppe Bagatti Valsecchi renovated their family home to resemble the Lombard houses of the 16th century. At the same time, the brothers started collecting an eclectic range of paintings and decorative arts from centuries ago. Today, this historic mansion invites you to explore its lavish interior and countless treasures. During your exploration of the house, you'll have an audio guide and virtual app to provide context and background information.
Milan Duomo Cathedral - Ticket
The Duomo di Milano began construction in 1386. Today, it’s one of the largest Gothic cathedrals in Europe and an iconic symbol of Milan. This ticket gives you entry into the church so you can view its impressive stained-glass windows and vertiginous columns. You can also use your ticket to get 10% off gifts in the Duomo Shop.
Monumental Cemetery of Milan Guided Tour
One of the city's lesser-known landmarks, the Monumental Cemetery of Milan is an extraordinary outdoor museum. This 90-minute guided tour will introduce you to the history and varied architecture in this peaceful place, which opened in the 19th century. Your guide will also point out the memorials of notable citizens, including the entrepreneurial Bocconi brothers, painter Francesco Hayez and Hermann Einstein, father of the famed scientist.
2.5 km mula sa city center
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.
Mga accommodation mula ₱ 1,143 kada gabi
Sa kabila ng pagkakaroon ng ilang siglo nang tagal na kasaysayan, ipinagmamalaki pa rin ng Milan ang pagiging pinaka-contemporary na lungsod at pagiging fashion capital ng Italy. Ang sinaunang Duomo nito ay isa lang sa maraming simbahan na matatagpuan sa paligid ng lungsod, at may makikita ka ring iba't ibang museum, world-class theater, at naitatag na opera houses katulad ng La Scala.
Para matuklasan ang kasaysayan ng lungsod, pumunta sa red brick na Castello Sforzesco, kung saan dating tumira ang kilalang mga Sforza-Visconti family ng Milan. Ngayon, matatagpuan na sa loob ang ilang museum, kabilang na ang isa na nagtatampok ng Rondanini Pietà – ang huling ginawa ni Michaelangelo. Ipagpatuloy ang pag-explore mo sa mga kalye ng Corso Magenta kung saan makikita mo ang ilang trendy na cafés at kahanga-hangang halimbawa ng Milanese architecture katulad ng Palazzo Litta. Pero mahahanap ang highlight sa loob ng Santa Maria delle Grazie church at convent, na tahanan ng nakamamanghang mural ni Leonardo da Vinci, ang "The Last Supper."
Para pagsamahin ang lahat ng pinakamagandang aspeto ng shopping at nakabibighaning arkitektura, huwag nang maghanap ng iba pa at puntahan na ang Galleria Vittorio Emanuele. Matatagpuan sa loob ng isang glass-dome na 19th-century palace, ang napakalaking shopping mall ay nagtatampok ng intricate na mosaic floor kung saan sunud-sunod ang shop ng designer brands katulad ng Louis Vuitton at Prada.
Malpensa ang pangunahing international airport ng Milan, na may available na transfers sa pamamagitan ng express train, bus, at taxi.
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Ferrari Test Drive Experience
This individual 12 km driving experience gives you the chance to get behind the wheels of the world’s most iconic car, Ferrari. You’ll be able to feel the engine roar just like its prancing horse icon as you pass the tunnel that Ayrton Senna, a Brazilian racer once loved. Led by an experienced driving instructor, you can take control of the wheel on the beautiful superhighway that links Milan to the Swiss Alps.
Martini Cocktail-Class Experience
Enjoy a masterclass in mixology on a rooftop in Milan, with this hands-on cocktail-making class. Under the guidance of world-class bartenders, you'll shake up three vermouth-based cocktails on Terrazza Martini, a glamorous venue not usually open to the public. The secrets to mixing the perfect aperitif will be revealed as you try your hand at a range of vermouth-based concoctions, from a timeless Negroni to an Americano and new creation, the Martini Fiero & Tonic with the help of Martini bartenders.
Terrazza Martini Observatory and Drink
The historical Terrazza Martini invites you to sip a Martini cocktail on its exclusive rooftop bar. Located on the 16th floor of a skyscraper, the bar is a fantastic spot to watch the sunset from and offers captivating views of the Duomo and Milan city centre. Light bites are available for order in case you get hungry.
Wine Tasting Experience in Milan City Centre
Finish a day of sightseeing with a 90-minute wine tasting experience in a city-centre bar. A professional sommelier will guide you through three samples of Italian red, white and sparkling wine. These are paired with traditional appetisers made from local produce.