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Milan: Walking Tour w/ Hidden Gems, Duomo, Last Supper Entry

1. Milan: Walking Tour w/ Hidden Gems, Duomo, Last Supper Entry

See Leonardo da Vinci's famous Last Supper and learn more about this Renaissance masterpiece from your guide. This iconic work has been reproduced many times but remains mysterious and alluring. Follow your guide through the small historic streets and uncover the city's past at various monuments and significant places including the oldest building in Milan. Visit an open-air church and learn about the well-known finger statute. Cross Via Spadari, one of the city's culinary hotspots, before arriving at the final destination, the Milan Cathedral.

Milan: 20-Attraction Audio Guide with Route Map

2. Milan: 20-Attraction Audio Guide with Route Map

Milano is a city where fashion, history, and modernity converge to create a symphony of elegance and innovation. Your audio guide leads you to 20 of the city's best attractions, allowing you to explore at your own pace and stop and go as you please. Imagine strolling through the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, an architectural masterpiece that whispers tales of Milan's penchant for sophistication. Picture yourself standing before the Cathedral of Milan, a Gothic gem adorned with spires and statues that narrate centuries of history. Feel the pulse of creativity in the historic Brera district, where cobblestone streets lead you to art galleries, boutiques, and cafes. As the audio guide transports you through the Sforza Castle, envision the powerful legacy of the Visconti and Sforza families. From the modern skyline of Porta Nuova to the bohemian Navigli district, where canals wind through trendy shops and vibrant life fills the night, Milan unfolds as a city that seamlessly marries tradition and contemporary allure. Learn more about the top 20 tourist attractions in Milan. Its history, culture, myths, architecture, and other important facts are in your audio-guided route, which starts from the city's central station, moving from each site to the next. Your audio guide includes 20 sights: 1. Milano Centrale Railway Station 2. Piazza Gae Aulenti 3. Monumental Cemetery 4. Arco della Pace 5. Sempione Park 6. Sforzesco Castle 7. Basilica di Sant'Ambrogio 8. Il Cenacolo di Leonardo 9. Santa Maria delle Grazie 10. Chiesa di San Maurizio al Monastero Maggiore 11. Pinacoteca di Brera 12. Teatro alla Scala 13. Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II 14. Ambrosian Library 15. Chiesa di Santa Maria presso San Satiro 16. Museum of the Milan Cathedral 17. Milan Cathedral 18. Duomo of Milano 19. Via Monte Napoleone 20. Villa Necchi Campiglio All you need is your headphones and a mobile device to start exploring.

Milan: Small Group Walking Tour with Last Supper Access

3. Milan: Small Group Walking Tour with Last Supper Access

Your small group walking tour of Milan begins at the Convent of Santa Maria delle Grazie, home of one the world's most famous paintings, Leonardo da Vinci's The Last Supper. Enjoy privileged and exclusive access to this renowned work and admire the immense beauty of it with only a handful of other people in the room. Continue on to San Maurizio al Monastero Maggiore and admire its spectacular 16th-century frescoes across the ceiling and walls. Hear about the life and death of Santa Caterina, whose stories inspired the chapels within the church and its Luini frescoes. This church is often referred to as the Sistine Chapel of the north of Italy and is a must-see for art lovers. The tour continues onto Piazza degli Affari, the financial district of Milan. This is the economic pulse of the city and gives Milan its eclectic mix of fashion, finance and folklore. Learn about its beginnings in 1808 and delve even further into the past, learning about Emperor Augustus’ reign before returning to the present and hearing about Maurizio Cattelan’s controversial public sculpture, L.O.V.E. (also known to the Milanese as ‘Il Dito‘ or the middle finger). Your tour will continue through the bustling streets of Milan before you get to San Satiro, designed by Bramante, who also designed the St Peter’s Basilica in Rome. You will be amazed by the incredible use of perspective throughout San Satiro, a technique that was completely innovative at the time. Your walking tour will culminate at Milan's most famous piazza and Basilica, the Duomo. A perfect example of Italian Gothic architecture, it was built under Archbishop Antonio da Saluzzo, but took nearly 600 years to finish. It remains the current seat for the Archbishop of Milan. The area also marks the heart of the city center of Milan and of what was once known as Roman Mediolanum during the time of the Roman Empire. Admire the Basilica from the majestic Piazza del Duomo as your guide explains all the wonders of the most famous church and piazza in Milan. Entrance to the Basilica is not included.

Milan: City Highlights Self-Guided Discovery Game

4. Milan: City Highlights Self-Guided Discovery Game

Discover Milan as never before with this original interactive game experience. Using your cell phone, your self-guiding challenge will start at Piazza dei Mercanti, a stones throw away from Piazza del Duomo. Simply open your e-mail link and your adventure will begin. Explore in around two hours the historic centre of Milan and discover details that even many locals haven't noticed before. You will see highlights as the gothic cathedral Duomo and enter the impressive Galleria Vittorio Emanuele but also discover contemporary urban art and forgotten chapels. Curious facts: Get to know more about the city, discover the secrets of the main attractions, and learn about curious facts that you won't read elsewhere. Find monuments and hidden secrets: Our local creator created an interactive walk through the city. Cryptic indications make you wind through the cities streets, inviting you to pay attention to details which you usually won't notice. Once you've arrived at the next stop, you will have to solve a question: open your eyes and mind and use your location to find the right answer! Enjoy: While doing this discovery trail, you will get to know the city from another point of view. Even locals discover new facts while doing secret city trails! Solve 12 location based riddles created by our local creator. These riddles will take you from one location to the next. As you solve each riddle, you will unlock local recommendations and fun facts, as well as fascinating information on the history of that has definitely more to offer than just fashion and design.

Milan: Old Town Highlights Private Guided Tour

5. Milan: Old Town Highlights Private Guided Tour

Join this exclusive tour to discover the best things to do in Milan. Follow a 5-Star Private Guide on the streets of the historic Old Town and see its most prominent landmarks. Hear the true story of the city where Leonardo da Vinci created some of his best masterpieces of art and architecture. Choose the 2-hour option to see the best selected highlights of Milan’s Old Town.Your walking tour will begin by exploring Piazza Mercanti, the ""Merchants Square"" that used to be the heart of the city in the Middle Ages. Immerse yourself in stories of Milan’s past, present and future as you walk to the Chiesa di Santa Maria presso San Satiro, and marvel at the Renaissance art and gilded interiors of this 15th century church. Another point of interest will be Piazza del Duomo with its iconic landmarks, including the magnificent Milan Cathedral (Duomo), the Royal Palace, and the elegant shopping arcade Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II. Learn about Leonardo da Vinci’s contributions to the city and see his monument in front of the world’s most famous opera house, Teatro alla Scala. You will also walk along Via Brera street, which is known for its historical palaces and famous art galleries. Amazing sights await you at every turn! Choose the 3-hour option to see more of Milan’s Old Town and explore the inner courtyards of the Sforza Castle (Castello Sforzesco). This 15th century fortress is one of the greatest examples of Italian Renaissance architecture, featuring the iconic Filarete Tower and other interesting details. Your Expert Guide will tell you the story of the Visconti family who built the castle to protect the city against enemies, as well as the story of when da Vinci had a workshop in one of the castle rooms. Choose the 4-hour option to add skip-the-line tickets to the Sforza Castle Museums to your itinerary. During this extended tour you will jump ahead the queue and enter the castle interior for a guided tour of its museum exhibitions. The highlights of Sforza Castle include the last unfinished work by Michelangelo Buonarroti, Andrea Mantegna’s Trivulzio Madonna, a room painted by Leonardo da Vinci and many masterpieces by Canaletto, Titian and Tintoretto. Choose the 6-hour option to visit Milan’s most visited attraction, the majestic Milan Cathedral and Rooftops. With skip-the-line tickets, you can use a separate entrance to enter the church without waiting in long lines to the ticket office, and take a lift to access the rooftop terrace. Feel the awe-inspiring atmosphere of one of the world’s largest Gothic cathedrals and admire the breathtaking view from the top of the rooftops.

Top Historical Churches in Milan Private Guided Tour

6. Top Historical Churches in Milan Private Guided Tour

Join this original tour to discover the most important churches, basilicas and cathedrals in Milan’s Old Town. Immerse yourself in 2,000 years of history of Christianity in Italy, including the stories of first Christians in the Roman Empire. Discover the most important and beautiful examples of Christian architecture and art in Milan. Choose the 2-hour walking tour to visit 3 historic churches in Milan’s Old Town. You will meet your Private Guide by the San Giovanni in Conca, which is one of the rare examples of the Milanese Romanesque Crypt. From there, you will head to a small, 15th century Church of Santa Maria at San Satiro. It has interesting elements such as a false apse, which creates the effect of a perspective illusion, and gilded interiors with valuable works of Renaissance art. Another point of interest will be the Basilica di Sant’Ambrogio, which is one of the oldest churches in Milan. Its construction lasted from the 4th to the 11th century, and many original mosaics and artworks can still be admired today. See this historic Romanesque church inside and out and hear the legend of its patron saint, St Ambrose. You will also visit the Basilica di Santa Maria delle Grazie, which is best known for the mural of ‘The Last Supper’ by Leonardo da Vinci. Although tickets to see ‘The Last Supper’ are not included in the itinerary, you will still be amazed by what this 15th century Gothic church has to offer. Choose the 4-hour option to enrich your experience with a visit to the magnificent Milan Cathedral, also known as the Duomo. It is the most visited church in the city, but with skip-the-line tickets you can jump ahead of the queue and head straight for the entrance. Tickets include access to the Cathedral, Archeological Area, Duomo Museum and Rooftops (by lift). Admire the beautiful facade and interior with amazing Gothic details and countless sculptures, and hear the story of Leonardo da Vinci’s contribution to the final design of the cathedral.

Milan Food and Secrets Tour

7. Milan Food and Secrets Tour

Combine history and Cuisine with this tour that takes participants to the most fashionable and luxurious tasting locations of the city. After being met by a knowledgeable tour guide, you will be taken on a tour through the city in order to experience its true Renaissance character. Firstly, you will visit the Cathedral (Duomo), then you will be guided to San Bernardino alle Ossa with its stunning Chapel, and finally to Cà Granda and the church of St. Anthony. After the tour, your guide will escort you to a special, historical place in Milan with a history over three centuries long, where you will enjoy an Italian Aperitif with wine and a delicious menu selected especially for you. Seated in an exclusive room of the restaurant, you will taste and learn about three types of wine which will be deliciously combined with local Italian specialties. This is not a simple appetizer but it is a Gourmet Food Tour Experience. You'll taste 3 glasses of wine ( Prosecco Valdobbiadene, Pinot Grigio and Barbera D'Alba) with some tasting like salmon or prawns, tasting of cured meat and cheese or ,if you do not eat fish, some Tartina with Italian Patè and other specialties. Your experience will finish with a glass of the typical Limoncello!

Milan : Historic Private Walking Tour

8. Milan : Historic Private Walking Tour

Discover the best of Milan on this private tour, traversing the city with your guide to see its most renowned sites. Begin your journey at the Pinacoteca di Brera, the main public gallery for paintings in Milan, where you can admire masterpieces of art. Continue to the Bosco Verticale, a pair of residential towers adorned with more than 900 trees on terraces, showcasing innovative design and sustainable living. As you explore Milan's highlights, you'll pass by notable landmarks such as the UniCredit Tower, Porta Garibaldi, and the modern Piazza Gae Aulenti. Marvel at the Basilica of San Simpliciano and soak in the atmosphere of local life at N'Ombra de Vin. Discover the historic Chiesa di Santa Maria Incoronata and admire the architecture of Piazza Mercanti. Your tour will also take you past cultural sites like the SUPER Milano and the Pinacoteca Ambrosiana, offering a comprehensive view of Milan's rich cultural heritage.

Giuseppe Verdi in Milan: Self-Guided Audio Tour

9. Giuseppe Verdi in Milan: Self-Guided Audio Tour

Indulge in a peculiar exploration of Milan with our exclusive self-guided audio tour, narrating the extraordinary life of Giuseppe Verdi. Using your smartphone and personal headphones, seamlessly blend art, music and history as you wander through the city's enchanting streets. As you walk, unlock the story of Verdi's arrival in Milan, during the zenith of Italian Opera. Pass by iconic locales, all somehow connected to the great Italian composer. Pass by📍The Duomo of Milan,📍Church of San Satiro, 📍San Bernardino alle Ossa,📍Milan's Conservatory,📍La Scala Theatre, and other hidden locations. (Note: entrance is optional, choose to enter at your expense) The distance between stops is a delightful 5 to 10 minutes stroll, creating an ideal half/full-day exploration for enthusiasts keen on visiting every location, with each site requiring 5 to 50 minutes.

Tour Escape Milano - Help Leonardo save his drawings

10. Tour Escape Milano - Help Leonardo save his drawings

The Game Escape of Milan is a game based on a dramatic moment in the city's history and the most famous artist who has lived in Milan, Leonardo Da Vinci. During the tour, you will discover Milano through riddles and puzzles. If you’re having trouble completing a riddle at the end of each page, you’ll find additional tips to help you solve the chapter. But before looking at them, we advise you to concentrate on the puzzles! Each chapter of the experience will have an audio and a text version to guide you through the missions. The experience will last approximately 2 hours, depending on your speed in the movement and the resolution of the puzzles. You can start playing anytime, but to enjoy the experience to the fullest, we advise following this schedule: Monday-Friday: 07:30-12 15-18:30 Saturday: 15:30-19 Sunday: 09:30-12 15:30-19 To play, you must already be in Milano.

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This city game is an ideal way to get to know Milan in a playful way. In a few hours you will pass some of Milan's biggest sights, but you will also come to places where there are fewer tourists. The riddles are doable and always take you to a new location. At each location you will receive a short explanation via the web browser with fun facts. This is really a must in Milan!

Excellent visit to one of the miracles that survived the bombings of the Second World War. A rich experience is visiting Leonardo da Vinci's Last Supper. Furthermore, the walking tour was very peaceful and we had a history lesson with our guide Elisa. It's definitely worth it, especially because getting a ticket to the Last Supper is extremely difficult!

Mille Grazie to our guide Barbara for a super informative tour of Milan's key sights and of course the Last Supper. We appreciated learning all the history.

Very good with our guide Camila, we walked through a good stretch of the city although the rain did bother us.

Our guide, Vera, was great! We enjoyed every minute and would highly recommend the Off The Beaten Path tour.