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Serravalle Designer Outlet Roundtrip Bus from Milan

1. Serravalle Designer Outlet Roundtrip Bus from Milan

The Serravalle Outlets, Europe's largest designer brands shopping mall, is located just an hour away from Milan. You can shop ‘til you drop on this shopping trip, while enjoying discounts of 30-70 percent! You’ll find dozens of stores offering a wide array of the world's most renowned designer brands. The prices are well below what you would find in retail stores. In fact, there are more than 170 stores to choose from, featuring the top names in Italian designer fashions, including Gucci, Versace, Zegna, Dolce & Gabbana, Armani, and Prada. You’ll find top sports labels as well, such as Nike, Adidas, and The North Face. The outlet stores are housed in buildings that reflect Ligurian-Piedmont style and are all linked by tree-lined pedestrian walkways. You’ll find spots to sit, relax, and perhaps sip a latte before heading on to the next outlet shop to find the next great bargain!

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Milan: Private Fashion Tour

2. Milan: Private Fashion Tour

Led by a fashion expert, your 3-hour tour begins in Milan’s Navigli district. Admire the artisan boutiques and hear the stories behind the showrooms. Stop at the Antonio Marras concept store – a space that contrasts modern clothing with the elements of the old factory building. Continue to one of Milan’s hidden gems, known for its quality fabrics. Walk along the chic streets and stop to visit a Japanese jewelry shop and atelier, where the designer makes her jewelry. Enjoy a coffee break at a rustic-chic café before heading to the Cavalli e Nastri boutique, known for its stylish garments. Your last stop is the Armani boutique, an impressive building filled with luxurious items.

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Milan: Fashion Highlights Tour with Guide

3. Milan: Fashion Highlights Tour with Guide

Milan has been world-famous for its fashion since it became one of the leading textile producers of Europe in the 19th century. The city caught the eye of fashionistas across the globe and wealthy fashion houses decided to lay down their roots in the Quadrilatero where they established luxurious shops, a sensational palazzi and alluring courtyards. Nowadays, the city is a mecca for fashion lovers world-wide. The tour starts with a meet and greet with your guide, an expert on the Milan fashion scene. Listen to your guide share some of the most interesting facts and anecdotes about the history of fashion in Milan, as well as unusual characteristics of the brands showcased in the Quadrilatero della Moda, Milan’s most famed and fabled shopping district. Next, walk along the Via della Spiga and watch the locals shopping at Italian designer stores such as Bulgari, Sergio Rossi and Dolce & Gabbana, then stop for photos on the Via Gesù. Look out for the glossy-fronted shops of French designers Chanel and Hermès on Via Sant’Andrea, and then take a turn onto Via Montenapoleone, the legendary street of Milan’s fashion quadrangle. Admire the luxurious facades of swanky stores selling Gucci, Versace and Louis Vuitton and learn about the prestigious designers from your guide. Finally, wander down Via Manzoni and marvel at the Grand Hotel of Milan nestled between impressive buildings and chic boutiques. Finish the tour with a stroll through Piazza della Scala, home to the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II.

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Milan: 5-Hour Cookery Class and Market Tour

4. Milan: 5-Hour Cookery Class and Market Tour

Discover how to cook a 4-course Italian meal at a morning cooking class, held in a private home in central Milan. Led by an experienced, English-speaking chef and sommelier, the classes can accommodate 2-6 people for a more intimate adventure. Start with a stroll to the local market, where your chef will help you select the best seasonal produce. Then, walk back to the private home for a cup of tea or coffee and a chat about the daily menu. Roll up your sleeves and prepare the dough for your homemade pasta or gnocchi. Your 2nd course will be a typical meat dish, such as spezzatino or saltimbocca alla romana. This is followed by a dessert of strawberries and home-made ice cream, apples in shortcrust pastry, fruit tart with fresh fruit, or creme caramel. Vegetarian, gluten free and low-calorie menus are available on request, and all ingredients are 100% organic, freshly supplied, and Italian. As the aim is to teach you how to prepare a meal that you can repeat at home, the ingredients used will be commonly available. Once everything is ready, sit around the table of a typical dining room and eat what you have prepared, served with an Italian wine chosen by your sommelier. They will explain why it makes a good pairing, before you finish in typical Italian style with an espresso.

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From Milan: Fidenza Village Shopping Outlet Trip

5. From Milan: Fidenza Village Shopping Outlet Trip

Spend the day shopping at Fidenza Village’s over 120 boutiques of Italian designers and international brands during this round trip from Milan. Take advantage of exclusive discounts and hands-free shopping. Fidenza Village by Value Retail is located just one hour from Milan and Bologna and is a leader of luxury shopping, offering reductions of up to 70% on the recommended retail price, all year long. During your experience, enjoy a complimentary hands-free shopping service: simply shop at your favorite brands, then relax while the boutique assistants pack your purchases. As another added perk, you’ll get a VIP card for an additional 10% of savings on prices at Fidenza Village so you can make the most out of your visit.

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Milan: Farmers' Market of Porta Romana Tour with Aperitivo

6. Milan: Farmers' Market of Porta Romana Tour with Aperitivo

Take a guided tour of the Farmers' Market of Porta Romana, located in one of Milan's most lively and surprising neighborhoods. Delight in an aperitivo with products from the Lombardy region. From the ancient streets that lead to Rome and the remains of the Spanish ramparts, follow your guide to the covered Farmer's Market of Porta Romana. Arrive at the market and witness a commotion of colors and scents that provide a glimpse into the agriculture of Lombardy. Alongside vibrant fruits and vegetables with delectable meats and cheese, listen to the stories of those who come from the countryside. See and learn about products they bring to the market every day. Your tour ends with an aperitivo in the market. It includes products from the region surrounding Milan.

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Milan: Personal Fashion Styling Course

7. Milan: Personal Fashion Styling Course

Discover how to style in this immersive 6 hour fashion styling course. Find out how to improve your looks and the styles of your friends with this course from an authentic Milan fashion school. Analyze different body shapes and discover how to bring out the best of each. Look at different face shapes to understand the correct accessories and hairstyle for each face shape. Identify which is the right color palette, depending on the color of the skin, hair, and eyes. Understand how to recognize different styles and how to create something new. Take a short but intensive course full of information and practical work. Get instruction that is one-on-one with a maximum of 3 students at a time. Receive a certificate and the documents discussed during class.

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What people are saying about Milan

Overall rating

4.2 / 5

based on 226 reviews

Although we thought we had been in the fashion district and had seen most of it - we suddenly found ourselves in stores that we would not have noticed. But are not so much "insider tips" but the type of visit that make the whole thing an experience! Gabriella approached everyone, and the Armani store was even interesting because the salespeople explained all sorts of things to us. You have to get involved in the fact that it is not a frontal secret highlight tour - but then it is really great and unique because of the personal touch.

I think it’s the safest option to get to the outlet. Bus was leaving at 10:00 and departed from the outlet at 18:30 which gave us plenty of time to go shopping. The trip was smooth and the bus driver was friendly. Unfortunately we didnt find a place where we could use the extra 10% discount but that wasn’t as big of an issue to us. It’s a beautiful place with good brands and I’ll defo recommend this option to friends .

I enjoyed the bus down. Driver drove very well. Every bit of my stay in the outlet. I got all I ever wanted especially shoes and belts. No regrets at all. I will go again and again with my kids next time. Kids area is available too

Francesca was a fantastic guide with interesting explanations and very knowledgeable. The only thing was that I think that 2 metro tickets and a soda were included in the price but we were asked to book by ourselves the tickets!

Francesca, an absolutely charming guide who made us discover beautiful places. As she is Milanese, the approach was interesting beyond fashion. We had great pleasure in his company!