Experience Milan’s nightlife during dinner-and-show experience at the trendy Maison Milano. Settle into your seat for an evening of live music, burlesque, DJ sets and a 4-course dinner with wine. If you’d like to continue the fun after dinner, get up on your feet and dance, as the restaurant turns into a disco after hours.
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.
See the sacred football grounds of San Siro Stadium and Casa Milan on this half-day trip. Hop aboard a double-decker City Sightseeing bus and travel to San Siro Stadium, home to AC Milan and Inter Milan. After exploring the stadium museum, enjoy a light lunch at Casa Milan (if option selected), AC Milan’s modish new headquarters. Spend as long as you’d like at both sites, passing more city attractions on your open-top bus ride back to central Milan.
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.
La Scala Opera House is one of Milan’s most prestigious venues, hosting works by legendary Italian composers such as Rossini, Puccini and Verdi. With this tour, discover behind-the-scenes on a tour of the La Scala museum; admire the vast collection which includes original costumes, sets, and instruments; and take a peek at the theater. Then, discover Giuseppe Verdi’s Milan on a walking tour including the Grand Hotel et de Milan.
Visit the ancient Biblioteca Ambrosiana in Milan for a guided tour on the history of paper. This library, one of the first built by a private patron, is home to an incredibly large collection of manuscripts written in Greek, Latin, and other oriental languages. Then, learn about the art of bookbinding at a historic Milanese workshop and see how the art is being preserved.