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Discover the best of Verona and Sirmione on a day trip from Bergamo. Take a walking tour of Verona, Shakespeare’s setting for his play 'Romeo and Juliet,' seeing the balcony associated with Juliet, and massive Roman Arena. Enjoy free time to stroll, shop, or have lunch (own expense), and continue to Sirmione, overlooking Lake Garda. Explore this medieval town independently, perhaps visiting its castle and Roman villa, before returning to Bergamo.
Join an expert, knowledgeable and licensed tour guide in a truly unique experience to discover one of Leonardo da Vinci's masterpiece: The Last Supper.
The famous fresco in located in what used to be the refectory of the church of Santa Maria delle Grazie, idealized by Leonardo himself. The tour guide will give you a detailed explanation for you to enjoy the painting at its fullest during the 15 minutes you are allowed inside the museum.
- Skip-the-line ticket
- English-speaking licensed live guide
Take a day off from Milan and spend the day in Rome, the Eternal City and the capital of Italy. Relax on the train journey and then get ready to explore: see the historical center from a hop-on hop-off bus tour and learn about the history of the city and each place as you ride around on the open-air double-decker bus. Pass by or stop at Piazza Venezia, the Trevi Fountain, and the Colosseum. And if chosen, get a skip-the-line ticket for the Vatican Museums to see world-class art. You can also upgrade to travel business class on the train.
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.
Bergamo is really a beautiful town not far away from Milan: by funicular we will go up to the medieval town of Bergamo through a picturesque valley. We will walk to the ancient town center and see the following:
1) The cathedral of Bergamo for its from 13th to16th. century architecture, you will see important paintings of Lorenzo Lotto and other famous Italian 16th century paintings and some tapestries as an excellent example of "Barocco" style church.
2) Then we will step inside the chapel of Captain Colleoni, a 16th century amazing mausoleum and chapel wanted by captain Colleoni to celebrate his power.
3) We will proceed to the ancient city tower for a panoramic view around the valleys of Bergamo.
4) We will walk to the City castle, a 15th century fortress looking at the panorama around.
5) We will see inside another important church some frescoes from the 13th century.
This is a private guided tour for your group only or only for you if you are a single tourist.
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We will admire the amazing 14th century Cathedral of Como, We will listen to the history of Como when in the city still lived the Celts, we will take a look at the ruins of an ancient Roman hotsprings. You will see the medieval town center, you will listen to a short story about the most famous people who lived in Como. Then we will see from the lakeside the most famous villas around the lake.This is a private guided tour for your group only or only for you if you are a single tourist.
We will go to the famous Franciacorta wine zone to taste local wine to have a guided tour inside a local famous cellar and winery with a master sommelier who will explain you the story of the winery. After visiting the winery we will go to the city of Brescia: you will see the Medieval town, the cathedral, and the Forum with the better preserved ruins of the Roman Empire in northern Italy at the moment. This is a private guided tour there will be only your group or only you if you are a single tourist
Milan is home to Leonardo Da Vinci’s “Last Supper”, one of the world’s most important and recognized works of art. With this tour, zip past the crowds at the entrance with skip-the-line tickets and take in this UNESCO-listed Renaissance masterpiece in the refectory of the Church of Santa Maria delle Grazie with a guide for insights into its history and significance.
This tour allows you to go to the mountains around the city of Lecco to see first a waterfall and then an ancient mine: you will go there and on foot you will arrive to an amazing waterfall already mentioned by Leonardo Da Vinci, if you like you could take a bath in the chilly water of the river. Then tour proceeds to an ancient mine nowadays transformed into a special attraction for tourists willing to have an adventure inside the mine with professional archeologists as tour guides please use sweaters, trekking shoes and winter clothes the tour price is for your group only or if you are a single person for you only: the mine during working days is closed it will open especially for your group if you book this guided tour. The mine personnel will accompany you through the mine path safely and with professional: you will walk inside the tunnel of the mine for about one kilometer for one hour and half in the underground of the Earth.
A travel in time to discover the fascinating Egyptian culture inside the worldwide known museum in Turin, administrative centre of Piemonte. Have a stroll in the city centre admiring its boulevards, squares, churches and baroque monuments, up to its bridges on river Po.
Thanks to the Museum Card you can visit two museums among the following: Egyptian Museum, National Automobile Museum, National Cinema Museum, Museum of the Shroud, Palazzo Madama, Royal Museums, Reggia di Venaria.
This is a half day tour of the following: the city of Varese and the splendid Estense Palace and park, then we will see the archeological site of Castelseprio with the real ruins of a celtic village 2,500 years old. We will proceed to the panoramic and religious site of the Holy mountain of Varese an UNESCO unique and protected area with the visit to the sanctuary.
Capped at only ten people, this small-group, full-day excursion to Lake Como covers the regions highlights by foot, ferry, and funicular. Enjoy a mild trek through stunning lakeside landscapes, learning about local flora, fauna, and geological formations from your guide. You’ll also pass through traditional, off-the-beaten track villages, lush forests, and iconic lookout points.
Best way to visit the area.
Do not waste your time on a boat to Bellagio! Discover and experience with a private guided tour.
You will have a real sense of our territory, tradition, history, architecture, wine & food specialties etc. Tour on private van + ferry boat.
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This is a private ( about 2 hours) on foot guided tour in Milan: a tour leader will show you the most famous, important and interesting places in Milan in the city center. This is a private guided tour for your group only or only for you if you are a single tourist.
See Milan’s iconic Duomo from an alternative perspective on this 1-hour rooftop tour. After admiring Duomo’s splintering spires and fantastical Gothic façade, you’ll enjoy skip-the-line entry and take an elevator to the cathedral’s roof terrace. Absorb panoramic vistas of Milan and gaze down at more than 3,400 statues of gargoyles and saints. Opt to climb the 50 steps to Duomo’s highest level for the ultimate view of Milan’s skyline.
The tour begins at the Basilica of San Lorenzo and ends with a 30-minute visit to the Archaeological Museum.
During the tour a local guide will guide you to the discovery of a secret and little known Milan.
In Milan, the old buildings are not imposing and opulent like ones in Rome. Milan has a discreet elegance that almost whispers. Milan is not a city on the grand scale, like Paris or London, but if you go beyond the narrow streets, and past the house facades, you discover fantastic interiors, small intricate gardens and intimate refined settings. When you really know milan you think at something exclusive and private. Milan always insisted upon rigorous simplicity, no stand exhibitionism. Milan is a secret city and you need a guide to understand why this city is imposing itself as a world capital of economic, elegance and sweet life.
You can not come to Milan and not visit the Duomo! A guided tour is the chance to do it right: visit the 5th largest church in Europe escorted by a knowledgeable tour guide. Your guide will tell you everything there is to know about this gothic work-of-art. The many stories and facts your tour guide will tell you doing the whole tour will make the experience unique. And if you feel like visiting the church is not enough, you can choose this option to visit the magnificent rooftop (stairs or elevator access).
Enjoy every moment of the climbing and let yourself be amazed by the enchanting view of Milan.
Tickets to visit the rooftop will only be handed if they were previously booked.
Embark on a treasure hunt around Milan with your team and discover the city's history, hidden treasures, and highlights. Discover quaint streets, important monuments, historic churches, and both modern and ancient buildings as you walk around. The tour takes two to three hours to complete and organizers wait for you at the end with a small goody bag.
Milan is the place with the right balance of old-world romance and contemporary cosmopolitan atmosphere, this is the perfect city for you. Not to mention that it's home to one of the most famous masterpieces of Leonardo Da Vinci: The Last Supper.
Milan is history, art, fashion, design. Discover it all with our carefully designed 2.5-hour walking tour and explore not just the most famous places but also less known spots full of charm and secrets.
History and culture did shape the identity of Milan. Particularly in the city center, there are many so many landmarks and monuments you can't miss if you want to know the soul of this town.
Come with us and discover the historical city center of Milan: we are going to walk down
through the city’s main square and streets. Our friendly local guide will tell you stories and anecdotes about the great personalities who lived there.
monuments such as the Duomo Cathedral, places like the Vittorio Emanuele Gallery. But we will also hit some equally beautiful area but less known. Do you ever hear about Brera
district? It is a charming area which is at the same time one of the oldest districts in town and
the so-called "design districts", due to the many artists and creatives who work here.
Explore Milan’s city center with a guided tour and a skip-the-line ticket to the famous Duomo Cathedral. Head straight inside the Gothic Cathedral with your guide and learn about this fascinating sacred building. Uncover the history of the city as you visit other popular sites such as Mercanti Square, Galleria Vittorio Emanuele, and La Scala Theater.
Milan’s Duomo, with its splintering spires and fantastical Gothic façade, is undoubtedly one of Milan’s most iconic attractions. Bypass lines and explore the cathedral’s equally spectacular interior on this 1-hour guided tour, which includes skip-the-line entry.
You’ll head inside to marvel at prismatic stained-glass windows and the ornate altarpiece, and descend to the crypt to see the tomb of St. Charles Borroemo. Your tour also includes entry to the Museo del Duomo.
Guided tour to discover the medieval historic center of Alba and its "hundred towers". It will also be an opportunity to discover curiosities about the "city of a hundred towers" and admire it from some panoramic points.
The visit itinerary is accompanied by a qualified tourist guide of the Tourism Association in Langa, it lasts about 1h45 ′ and, passing through the most important cultural assets of the city (the itinerary varies according to the availability of cultural heritage)