Make the most of your sightseeing time in Milan with this skip-the-line “Last Supper” tour. Zip past the crowds at Santa Maria delle Grazie to marvel at Leonardo Da Vinci’s masterpiece without having to wait. Take in this iconic fresco with a guide for insights into its unique history and composition. Follow your guide’s commentary easily even in the crowded refectory via provided headsets.
The Duomo in Milan is undoubtedly the crown jewel of the city, with its intricate Gothic facade and impressive interiors. Jump ahead of the long lines with this skip-the-line admission ticket and tour the ancient structure that took over 600 years to complete. After your small-group guided tour, climb up the steps to the rooftop and enjoy stunning panoramic views of Milan’s skyline as you walk between the spires.
The cosmopolitan capital of Milan is one of Italy’s largest cities, and visiting its top sights requires covering a lot ground. On this tour, avoid the hassle of navigating the busy streets on your own and instead walk with a guide to take in highlights like the Duomo, La Scala opera house, the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, Sforza Castle, and Leonardo Da Vinci’s “Last Supper” in one convenient itinerary.
Experience two of Milan’s most visited attractions during this small-group tour of the Duomo and La Scala with skip-the-line admission tickets. Go inside the largest church in Italy that took over 600 years to complete and tour its stunning Baptistery and get great views of the city from its rooftop. After, visit one of the world’s most famous opera houses, La Scala, before concluding your tour.
Maximize time in Milan on a walking tour that includes top city landmarks. Learn about the architecture and history of the Duomo and Sforza Castle from your guide. See the legendary La Scala opera house and admire “The Last Supper” by Leonardo Da Vinci. Hear stories about the painting that help to bring its story to life.
The Gothic splendors of Milan’s Duomo cathedral make it the city’s star attraction—and, at busy times of year, lines can wind around the block. Save precious time with fast-track entrance tickets to the Duomo Rooftops, which deliver sweeping views across Milan: Upgrade to include entrance to the Duomo and museum. Show your tickets for a free single-use cover-up cape (if required) and a 10% discount on selected merchandise.
Milan’s historic Branca Tower, designed by Gio Ponti in 1933, is considered one of the city’s architectural treasures and offers sweeping views over the city from its observation deck 300 feet above the bustling streets. Skip the line and take the elevator straight to the top with an admission ticket, taking your time to savor the panorama from the Duomo’s spires to the Alpine peaks on the horizon.
Get a glimpse inside one of humanity's most creative minds at the Leonardo da Vinci Museum of Science and Technology. Explore the life and legacy of the Renaissance artist, musician, architect, and engineer through interactive exhibits including life-size replicas of Leonardo's inventions. Plus, get access to the museums permanent and temporary exhibits showcasing innovations ranging from vintage planetary clocks to rocket launchers.
During this guided experience follow the traces left by Leonardo Da Vinci in Milan and all the most hidden secrets: the Atlantic Codex represents Leonardo's genius.
The question everyone is asking is how many pages are there in the Atlantic Codex. We will seek an answer to this question during our 1.5-hour journey inside the Pinacoteca Ambrosiana.
We will try to answer during a guided experience that will make you discover the main rooms of the Pinacoteca: we will discover Leonardo in all its mystery, alongside him with other masterful artists such as Raphael.
The Codex Atlanticus, a collection of Leonardo Da Vinci's notes, will be revealed before your eyes.
Enjoy this experience and let yourself be surprised by the traces left by Leonardo during his period in Milan.
If you are looking for the symbol of Milan, you are in the right place: the Cathedral is the best place where you can start your journey.
Enjoy our 2 hours guided tour of Duomo with our monolingual speaking guide. Tickets of the Cathedral, Terraces and Baptistery are included in your visit.
Let your guide lead you through the enchanting history behind the Complex. Mosaics, colorful windows, statues and pieces of art are gonna be taking life during your experience.
Unveil some of the most well-hidden secrets of the Cathedral: do you know how many steeples are on the top of the Duomo?
Your journey starts in Duomo Square, right at the meeting point. Access the Cathedral with your guide and visit it at first. Second place to admire the Baptistery and finally, enjoy the best view of the city from the Terraces.
Milan Cathedral, located in the city center, in the right place: the Cathedral, as known as Duomo, and Sforza Castle.
Let your guide lead you through the enchanting history behind the Complex. Mosaics, colorful windows, statues and pieces of art are taking life during your experience.
Unveil the last masterpiece from Michelangelo right in Sforza Castle. A few steps away from the Duomo, one of the most beautiful pieces of art: Pietà Rondanini by Michelangelo. He did this amazing sculpture when he was 89 years old, only a few days before his death.
But it is not all about Michelangelo! Have you ever heard about his friend Leonardo Da Vinci? During the guided experience you will hear many stories about him as well.
Plan a visit to the Milan Duomo that won’t bore the kids with a family-friendly tour that includes convenient skip-the-line admission. In addition to pointing out features often missed by visitors, your guide entertains the group with trivia and interactive games that teach you about the Duomo’s history. Don’t forget your camera: Views from the rooftop include architecture close-ups and panoramic views of the city.
Walk in the footsteps of Giuseppe Verdi on a small-group tour of Milan, and visit the city’s famous opera house of La Scala. A great experience for lovers of classical music who only have a limited amount of time free, this short morning walking tour puts the spotlight on the famous opera composer and his time in the city. You’ll visit La Scala to see the theater and on-site museum, and stroll to Verdi’s beloved hotel in the city.
“The Last Supper” by Leonardo da Vinci is one of the world’s most famous works of art and is displayed in the Santa Maria delle Grazie church in Milan. With this tour, skip the long lines and head straight inside to admire the iconic mural, with your guide on hand to provide historic context. Afterwards, visit Leonardo Da Vinci's Winery for a wine tasting and finish the experience with a traditional Milanese aperitif.
FIRST CATEGORY ticket - audiences or stages
Teatro alla Scala - the main opera house in Milan. Considered among the most prestigious theaters in the world.
The CAFÉ TRUSSARDI, located on the ground floor of Palazzo Trussardi in Piazza della Scala.
Category 3 ticket, Teatro alla Scala - the main opera house in Milan. Considered among the most prestigious theaters in the world.
The CAFÉ TRUSSARDI, located on the ground floor of Palazzo Trussardi in Piazza della Scala.
Discover Italy’s second largest city on a private walking tour of Milan’s highlights. Get a comprehensive overview of the city as you explore key landmarks such as the Duomo Cathedral, the Vittorio Emanuele Gallery, La Scala Opera House, and Sforza Castle. Learn about the rich history and culture of Milan as you walk through Brera and listen to anecdotes about some of the city’s famous past residents.
5Unlock the secrets of Milan's two biggest attractions with a private tour of both the Milan Cathedral and Sforza Castle. It can be daunting to step inside one of the world’s largest churches, but an expert guide shows you the Gothic cathedral’s most impressive art, artifacts, and architecture. Then, learn the fascinating history of Milan’s ducal rulers as you explore the urban castle once decorated by Renaissance masters.
Milan may be famous for its Renaissance paintings, but the city is also Italy’s center for contemporary art. Get a guided overview of works by modern masters like Modigliani, Manzoni, Fontana, and many others at the Museo del Novecento, where you’ll learn how these artists influenced modern Italian fashion and design. Then, contrast Milan's skyscrapers with the city’s massive Gothic cathedral during an Italian aperitif at Terrazza Martini rooftop bar.
Shift your visit to Brescia into high gear with this self-guided visit to the Mille Miglia Car Race Museum. Explore the history of the legendary ‘Mille Miglia’ (Thousand Miles) race as you check out the museum’s collection of private collector racecars, learn about competition’s route through Italy and view a sampling of imagery featuring event participants over the years.
Touring a 600-year-old building can be boring for children but this family-friendly tour of Milan’s Duomo is sure to keep the kids on their feet. Enjoy priority admission to the impressive Gothic cathedral and embark on a treasure hunt to learn about the history of this grand building. Your tour also includes access to the rooftop terrace where you can enjoy panoramic views of Milan’s skyline.
Discover the long history of the Sforza Castle with this 2.5-hour walking tour tailored for children and families.
Learn about the Visconti and Sforza families who built this Castle and made it one of the richest and most impressive courts in Europe. See the unfinished Pietà by Michelangelo and the Sala delle Asse, decorated by Leonardo Da Vinci. Visit the Ducal Courtyard, the Spanish Hospital, and walk along the largest green area of the city centre, Parco Sempione, towards the Arch of Peace where you will finish your visit.
Your kid-friendly guide will involve all the family in a fun and interactive tour with an amazing treasure hunt. Your children will be bewitched and won’t forget this experience for longtime!
The best way to discover the city of Como is to combine the classic walking tour with a cruise that allows you to admire the skyline of the city and the area of the lower Lario basin, famous for the villa of George Clooney, touching other lakeside towns such as Cernobbio , Moltrasio and Laglio. So you can see the impressive private villas or converted into public offices or hotels, surrounded by green parks.
The pleasant walk inside the historical center of the city will allow you to visit the most important monuments; from the Duomo to the Basilica of San Fedele, from the ancient Broletto to the monument to the fallen in the rationalist style, up to the beauties of neoclassical architecture, such as the Theater and the Volta High School. There will also be suggestive corners of ancient or medieval flavor, such as traces of the ancient city walls and defensive towers.