Explore Milan’s top attractions on a 6-hour walking tour. Led by a guide, visit the Duomo di Milano, Italy’s largest church, and enjoy your choice between skip-the-line entry to ‘The Last Supper’ or a tour of Leonardo da Vinci's Vineyard. Discover the city’s famous plazas, stroll through the fashion district, and check out popular spots with the locals. Numbers are limited to keep the experience as intimate as possible.
6-hour Milan walking tour, led by a guide
Choose between skip-the-line entry to 'The Last Supper' or a visit to Leonardo da Vinci's Vineyard
Skip past the long waiting lines for the Duomo di Milano
Enjoy priority access at churches like San Maurizio al Monastero Maggiore and Santa Maria presso San Satiro
See Milan’s iconic piazzas such as Piazza Mercanti and Piazza Duomo
Numbers limited for this small-group tour to ensure a personalized experience
Why Travelers Choose This Tour
Opt to visit Leonardo da Vinci’s “The Last Supper” or his vineyard during this highlights tour of Milan.
Visit to Leonardo Da Vinci's Vineyard or Last Supper (if option selected)
Visiti to Duomo Cathedral (except on Sunday)
Entry/Admission - Il Cenacolo
Entry/Admission - Duomo di Milano
Entry/Admission - Chiesa di Santa Maria presso San Satiro
Entry/Admission - Chiesa di San Maurizio al Monastero Maggiore
Food and drinks
Entry/Admission - Teatro Alla Scala
Entry/Admission - Castello Sforzesco
Departure & Return
Piazzale Luigi Cadorna, 14
1: Piazza del Duomo, Milano MI, Italy 2: Piazza di Santa Maria delle Grazie, 2, 20123 Milano MI, Italy 3: Piazza Castello, 20121 Milano MI, Italy
What To Expect
Begin your day in Piazza Luigi Cadorna, where you’ll join up with your guide and small group. Come prepared with comfortable walking shoes and clothing that covers the shoulders and knees, as a dress code is enforced at many of the churches. Take off into the city, learning about the famous Duomo di Milano as you go. The Gothic cathedral is the largest church in the country and the fifth largest in the world, taking nearly six centuries to complete. Crowds collect early at this showstopper, but you’ll bypass the lines entirely with your direct-access ticket. Afterward, pay homage to one of the world's largest shopping malls as you pass the 19th-century Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II. Then skip the line inside the Chiesa di San Maurizio al Monastero Maggiore before heading toward other top attractions, including Arco della Pace, Sempione Park and the 15th-century Castello Sforzesco. See artwork from the controversial Maurizio Cattelan and Bramante’s optical illusion inside the Church of Santa Maria presso San Satiro. After pausing to purchase lunch, head to the UNESCO-listed Chiesa di Santa Maria delle Grazie, home to da Vinci's The Last Supper (if option selected). Bypass the crowds with your skip-the-line ticket, get an up-close look at the iconic mural, and learn about its restoration. Alternatively, head to Leonardo da Vinci's Vineyard (if option selected). After remaining abandoned for many years, this historical treasure was recently restored to exactly as it was during Leonardo’s time. Learn how the vineyard's roots were saved and hidden under the land after the fires of World War II. Afterward, stroll along Via Montenapoleone in the city's fashion district. After a full day of exploration, your tour will conclude back at your original departure point. Please note: Leonardo's Vineyard is available daily, while The Last Supper option is available only Tuesday to Sunday. On Sundays, the visit to the Duomo can be replaced with the visit to Piazza Gae Aulenti
Confirmation will be received at time of booking
Please note: on Sundays, the visit to Milan Duomo can be replaced with a visit to Piazza Gae Aulenti
Good walking shoes are recommended
A dress code is required to enter places of worship and selected museums. No shorts or sleeveless tops allowed. Knees and shoulders MUST be covered for both men and women. You may risk refused entry if you fail to comply with these dress requirements
It is FORBIDDEN to introduce inside Duomo food, liquids, knifes, ceramic mugs and everything that can be used as blunt weapon.
Tour duration will be 6 hours plus 1 hour break
Not wheelchair accessible
Service animals allowed
Near public transportation
Travelers should have a moderate physical fitness level
For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.
Having just a single day to tour Milan, the Best of Milan Experience from Viator turned out to be an outstanding choice. Being able to choose a tour with an English speaking guide was important and I have to say that I could not have asked for anything better. Our guide was extremely knowledgeable about the art, religious, and architectural history related to each of the tour highlights. The level of detail that he explained and described things was outstanding. The fact that the weather was picture perfect made it all that much more enjoyable.
Meeting place readily located; tour guide "Ana" spoke slowly/clearly in English, was friendly, knowledgeable and organized. We were a group of ~20 people.Ana did NOT carry a sign, flag, or anything for us to easily spot/find her. Our first point of interest was the castle (Sforzesca). As we emerged from the castle, she pointed out a large fountain and told us we should take a picture of it. We did that--and promptly lost Ana. We could hear her, but despite searching frantically through the crowds (there were MANY groups of tourists) all around the fountain as well as the exit area of the castle, we could not find her. We heard her say "let's wait for a few people..." but she never described where she was or any landmarks to help us locate her. After a while, her voice went static and then faded out. We asked several people to call the number on our voucher--the people who spoke English could not understand the outgoing message (in Italian--nor could we), and the three different Milan Police officers we approached said they "do not have phones." (seriously!?!)Then we we heard Ana's voice on our devices and thought she must be nearby, but it was another guide--she and her group were on the same frequency. False hope!At the outset, Ana had mentioned the places on our itinerary, and we remembered that Duomo Square was on the list, and the Last Supper would be our "last" stop. We could see Duomo Square in the distance, so we walked over. The Square was packed with people. We spotted a Police officer who was talking on a cell phone. Thankfully,THIS officer was friendly and willing to help us. He called the tour office, gave our names, Ana's name, our tour name, and where we were. After some Italian back-and-forth, he told us Ana now knew where we were and would come to find us. We just had to wait there. Whew! Sure enough, 30 minutes later, we heard Ana's voice on our devices, then we saw her approach. She did not seem to take losing us very seriously, making light of our reaching Duomo Square ahead of the group. Re the places we'd missed (Teatro La Scala, and 2-3 other places), she just shrugged ("oh well--too bad!") Throughout the rest of the tour, as we moved from place to place, even boarding buses en masse, we noticed Ana never stopped to count heads.Enjoyed (what we got of) the tour, but deemed Ana's failure to keep tabs on us less than professional. After Last Supper, we were on our own to find our way back!
Charles was a knowledgeable and thorough guide. He was accommodating and made certain all questions were answered. He also payed attention to special needs and was flexible with circumstances. Many thanks for his time and support . Christine
I really enjoyed the walking tour of Milan, Christina was the perfect guide, very personable and knowledgeable. Seeing the Last Supper was of course the highlight of the day. I don’t often do group tours but this one was quite enjoyable.
The walking tour was comprehensive and enjoyable. Cheisana was on time and an outstanding guide. She was extremely knowledgeable, funny and gave us not only the details of all the stops but added the cultural insight in a funny and honest way. She loved her city of Milan which was obvious in her enthusiasm. Would ask for her in heart beat the next time.
Very great way to orient yourself to Milan. Our tour guided showed us the sites plus recommended a few places to visit after the tour. I completely recommend this tour especially for your first day in Milan because you get history, sites, and a base layout of Milan all in one day.