You can choose from different itineraries:
Half day 3 hour private walking tour- classical Milan tour- recommended for first comers An itinerary dedicated to the highlights of Milan, for those people who are in Milan for the first time or don’t have so much time and want to get a general overview of Milan, its history, its art. The Duomo cathedral inside and outside, the Galleria, la Scala opera house , the castle Sforza.
Half day 3 hour private walking tour- Milan’s hidden gems- for people who want a different tour off the beaten paths For those who wish a different itinerary, off the beaten path, away from the more touristic areas, discovering the hidden gems of a city that reveals itself little by little.
Half day 4 hour private walking tour+ Last Supper GirandoMilano will be able to get your last Supper tickets, if reservation is done at least one month before your tour. The itinerary for this tour is a classical tour plus the Last Supper.
Full day 6 hours private walking tour For those who only have one day in Milano and want to get the best of it: the Duomo cathedral and rooftop, the Galleria, la Scala theater and museum, the castle Sforza, the church of San Maurizio ( Milan’s Sixtine chapel), the church of Santa Maria delle Grazie, the Last Supper (upon availability) , Brera district.
Porta Nuova , 2 hours tour discovering the new business district with its skyscrapers which are among the tallest in Italy!
Navigli tour, 2 hours tour to discover one of the oldest district of the city, where the canals are still there.
Food tour Italian people think that food is one of the greatest pleasures….. While touring in Milan ,why not getting the chance to try some of the so different culinary tastes that Milan has to offer?
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