Half day tour in Milan

Let’s explore Milan together!

The Duomo is one of the most impressive catheadral in the world. To experience the Duomo at its most majestic you must ascend to the top roof terrace, where you will be surrounded by an outburst of pinnacles, turrets and marble statuary and, naturally, the city’s famed golden “Madonnina”. You can’t help taking a photo from there!

Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II is an extraordinary feat of architecture, an emblem of Milanese identity featuring a meld of beauty, art and luxury under an amazing glass roof.

Lose yourselves in the magic of La Scala Opera House while admiring its magnificent auditorium, its priceless crystal chandelier and its orchestra pit from a box. Inside you can also visit its museum hosting a rich collection of operatic and theatrical memorabilia.

Sforza Castle sits in all of its glory in the square with its “Filarete’s Tour” and a number of majestic circular keep-towers.

- La Scala Opera House
- Duomo
- Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II
- Courtyards of Sforza's Castle

The order of the itinerary may be different to cope with opening times.
The tour is meant to be a walking tour. The city center of Milan is rather small and mainly pedestrian. In any case, whenever you might feel tired, you can use taxi or public means of transportations.
Duration of the tour
3 hours but if you want to visit the Duomo inside you need 4 hours
Meeting place to be agreed
Usually if you arrive by bus the meeing place might be at the Sforza's Castle, but if you feel you are more confortable we can meet at the Duomo.
I can also meet you at the airport with extra charge. Transfer to and from airport can be provided by private car or bus and licensed driver.
Admittance tickets
5,00 euro ticket just inside the Duomo
20,00 euro Duomo Pass A ticket (inside+top roof terrace)
If you want to visit the Duomo inside, for groups or more then 5 people renting of radioguides and earsets is compulsory and this costs 2,50 euro per person. (For large groups the cost of radioguides might be reduced).
Guests can decide to visit only sites of their interest.
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.
 – It’s advisable to have small bags or backpacks.