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FebrUary 22, 2022
With its shiny veneer and reputation as one of the world’s most exclusive fashion cities, it can be hard to scratch beneath the surface of Milan. Our Last Supper Tour and Best of Milan Walking Tour helps you do that, showing you all the most important sites of the city (including Leonardo da Vinci’s famous ‘The Last Supper’) and introducing you to the best areas for dining, shopping and socializing.
Make your way to the Duomo Cathedral, an architectural marvel that reflects upon the rich Milanese patrimony! Marvel at the beautiful adornments, intricate details and stained-glass windows as you tour through the rooftops, museum, and terraces.
The Milan Pass is one of the most popular tourist passes in the city. Easy-to-use, free entrances to Milan’s popular attractions and providing unlimited transport in the city, the Milan Pass opens the door for you to discover the ‘Fashion Capital of the World’ at your own pace. It allows you the freedom to plan your own itinerary, which is the best way to see any city.
Milan’s Duomo Cathedral is a Gothic masterpiece steeped in centuries of history. This full-access, priority admission pass gives you access to the interior of the cathedral, the archaeological area down below, and the rooftop terrace with a private tour guide. Learn about the church’s ancient history, see the golden Madonnina, and take in the panoramic views of Milan during this private tour.
Have a wild time in the heart of New York City. The Central Park Zoo may be small in size (6.5-acre) but it’s definitely not short of fun. At this intimate attraction, you can really get up close and personal with a variety of wildlife. There’s a reason why this zoo inspired the animated film Madagascar. Snow leopards, bears, sea lions… it’s pretty wild here!
Located in the center of the city, Leonardo3 is an exhibition space with worldwide premieres, new technologies, and working models of more than 200 of da Vinci’s inventions. This interactive museum and research center brings the past to life using innovative technology.
Tour Milan Cathedral on a small-group or private experience, with access to the terraces and a separate entrance. Marvel at this stunning Gothic building, and explore the archeological area underneath. Afterwards, discover the Duomo Museum on your own.
Enjoy a full-day trip by bus to scenic Lake Como, known for its beautiful villas and gardens, and to the colorful villages of Bellagio and Varenna.
See the best of Switzerland and Italy on a day trip to Lugano and Lake Como from Milan. Led by a local guide, cruise Lake Como on a sightseeing boat while you keep your eyes peeled for celebrity villas. Then, make a stop in Bellagio, known as the ‘pearl of Lake Como.’ Continue into Switzerland, where you enjoy some free time to soak up the sights in Lugano. Check out the lakeside views or shop for Swiss chocolate before heading back to Milan.
Cruise along the Navigli Canal, and see Milan from a different perspective. Discover the charm of one of the last waterways that exist in Milan.
Milan is an ever-changing city in a high-speed modern world. Keep up with it on this speedy guided tour. You’ll get to ride through the most modern area of the city, reveling in its lights and vibe from atop your Segway! After a quick orientation on how to use the Segway, your guide will take you away from the historical places in downtown Milan to the brand-new modern skyscrapers.
Join the locals at aperitivo hour on a 2-hour evening walking tour of Milan. See the sights of Milan at sunset and taste local drinks and snacks as you experience one of the best loved traditions of Italy.
“Italians do it better”… certainly true if we’re talking about tasty pizza and creamy gelato. Well finally so can you, learning to make genuine pizza and gelato in a unique location: a brand new (and very hip!) cooking studio in downtown Milan. Entertaining, instructive and easygoing our gelato and pizza making class is perfect for families seeking an activity where children can learn about local culture in a fun and relaxed way.
Huge and filled with experiments on subjects from energy to communication, this is 50,000 m2 of investigation into science and technology, with 16,000 historical objects and 13 interactive laboratories. Plus it has models of some of Leonardo’s famous inventions, including war machines, flying machines, and more.