In this walking tour you are going to discover some hidden sides of Milan. Some unaspected building or facade hide true tresures of art and architecture.
We will start the tour from what was the ancient hospital of the XV century, called Ca’ Granda. you’ll be charmed by its history and the architecture. Now the building is a University, so you can also enoy the presence of many young students.
You’ll also be surprised by the illusionism of the Church of Santa Maria presso San Satiro created by the well-know Renaissance architect Donato Bramante.
In the last you’ll visit the Church of San Maurizio al Monastero Maggiore, where you’ll be fascineted by the frescos that cover its walls. Here worked some of the pupils of Leonardo da Vinci and some other painters such as Bernardino Luini, who was influenced by Leonardo’s style.
– Ca’ Granda, the privious ancient hospital of XV century, now University
– Church of Santa Maria presso San Satiro
– Church of San Maurizio al Monastero Maggiore
The order of the itinarary may be different in order to cope with the opening times.
Itinerary may be flexible if you like, please contact me if you have any special request.
This tour cannot be done on Sundays and Mondays
To be agreed.
The most confortable meeting places are at the main entrance of the University, via Festa del Perdono 7 or by the main door of the Duomo or by the nearby subway line (line 3 Yellow stop Missori)
Pick up at your hotel is possible if the hotel is in the city center, if your hotel is farer, this must be agreed.
2.00 euro per person as compulsory offer for churches
What you need during the tour
– Confortable shoes
– Dress code for visiting the Duomo and religious places requires you are conveniently dressed (no sleveless T-shirts or dresses, skirts or troussers long until the knee), it’s advisable to bring with you a scarf to cover you in case of need.
“There are towns of evident beauty that are given to everyone, and others that love to be discovered. Milan belongs to this kind, so much that it is hard to decide which are the reasons for its charm (…). I believe that it consists mainly in its “class”, as it happens for some women who strike us for their pose, even if they are not beautiful, and not even have a make up”Carlo Castellaneta
Please write to me if you want to customize your tour or you have some requests.
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