Tours and Tickets by Tours of Milan Private Tours
Da Vinci's Art & Life Semi-Private Tour with Skip the Line to The Last Supper
Be sure to get tickets to one of Milan’s most popular destinations with a tour that visits Santa Maria delle Grazie church, home of ‘The Last Supper’ by Leonardo da Vinci. Learn about da Vinci’s masterpiece and his career as you see the famous piece, then continue to the courtyard of nearby Sforzesco Castle where da Vinci also was commissioned to create decorative artworks.
Highlights of Milan Private Guided Tour: Duomo Opera House Brera & Sforza Castle
Discover Italy’s second largest city on a private walking tour of Milan’s highlights. Get a comprehensive overview of the city as you explore key landmarks such as the Duomo Cathedral, the Vittorio Emanuele Gallery, La Scala Opera House, and Sforza Castle. Learn about the rich history and culture of Milan as you walk through Brera and listen to anecdotes about some of the city’s famous past residents.
Skip The Line: Da Vinci's Last Supper & Duomo Cathedral Semi-Private Milan Tour
Ensure your admission to two of Milan’s most popular destinations with a tour that visits Santa Maria delle Grazie church and the Milan Duomo. Start by visiting the Duomo and learn about this landmark from your guide. Then continue on a walk past other famous sites until you reach Santa Maria delle Grazie church, where the da Vinci masterpiece ‘The Last Supper’ is on display.
Private Day Trip from Milan to Lake Como with Cruise Villa Carlotta Hotel Pickup
Soak up the dramatic scenery and opulent ambiance at Lake Como: this private day trip from Milan takes all the hassle out of visiting the popular resort destination. In the morning, meet your guide and depart by train to the city of Como. Upon arrival, go for a walking tour of its immaculate scenery, see local highlights like the Como Cathedral, and more. Next, travel by ferry to the Villa Carlotta, a historical landmark that’s now home to an art gallery. At day’s end, return to Milan.
Quick Overview: Bergamo Upper Town Small Group Walking Tour with Funicolar Ride
If you enjoy some time in Milan, don’t miss the opportunity to visit Bergamo, easy to reach by train. Bergamo is a beautiful medieval city composed by Upper and Lower Bergamo. The most interesting part of the city is Upper Bergamo that you reach by a cable train, the“Funicolare”, with your guide. At arrival, explore the city with its defensive walls and old buildings, and spend some time in“Piazza Vecchia”, the most important square of Bergamo. The tour continues at the “Campanone”, the bell tower, from which to see at the whole city. Then, you admire the church of Santa Maria Maggiore built in Baroque style, a real gem! The wonders of the city are not finished, you walk to the “Antico Lavatoio” and the “Cittadella Viscontea” house of Visconti,a Real family of Bergamo. It’s time for a sweet surprise, you can taste the “gelato” in the ice-cream shop that invented the Stracciatella, a flavour composed by milk ice-cream and chocolate chips. A delicious ending not to forget this day!
2 hours 30 minutes
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olivier G wrote a review Feb 2020
The tour was very interesting. Our guide - Fedra - was adorable and made the tour not only interesting but also fun. We had a great time. Thank you Fedra
Date of experience: February 2020
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Kevin wrote a review Jan 2020
I used my time for my connection flight to do this 2 hour tour. I enjoyed it and learnt about this fascinating city with it's enchanting roads and cathedrals.
Date of experience: January 2020
CanadianTraveller wrote a review Jan 2020
We were in Milan off season (January) and booked last minute. When we arrived for our morning tour we were surprised that it was just us. The tour wasn’t cancelled for lack of interest (had that happen the day before with a Venice tour). So we were impressed from the start. Fabio spoke well and his knowledge of the Duomo history and architecture was detailed and interesting. His enthusiasm for the subject was genuine. He was able to share his knowledge in an easy to understand and interesting way. …
Kevin B wrote a review Jan 2020
London, United Kingdom3 contributions
Our guide was fabulous. She was very knowledgeable, friendly and engaging. It was a wonderful tour! I highly recommend this tour to all that are looking for an informative and upbeat experience.
Date of experience: December 2019
Elena K wrote a review Jan 2020
4 contributions5 helpful votes
I understand now why people are still queuing to see this masterpiece after 500 years old. It was just pinTed on the wall of a refractory in an monastery. It was renovated so many times, because Leonardo used some very fragile type of paint.
Date of experience: December 2019
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