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Museo Mondo Milan

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Via Aldo Rossi 8 Casa Milan, 20149 Milan Italy
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Lotto - FieramilanocityMilan Metro11 min
PortelloMilan Metro3 min
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Lake Como and Bellagio Day Trip from Milan
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Lake Como and Bellagio Day Trip from Milan

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With transportation from Milan included, this full-day tour of Lake Como offers a relaxing way to take in the area. Follow your guide on a walking tour of Como, then take a cruise on Lake Como to see the snow-capped Alps and shoreline punctuated by luxury villas. Depending on the season, either dock in Bellagio to explore (spring/summer) or take the funicular up to Brunate (fall/winter).
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Nicholas G wrote a review Aug 2019
George Town, Grand Cayman12 contributions4 helpful votes
Absolutely loved it. Some may say it isnt big enough or there isnt that much to see but I enjoyed my time. I went to the Enzo Ferrari and the the Ferrari museums in Modena and appreciated Casa Milan more. The ability to see the trophies, and how the players are held in great esteem put this spot for me above the Ferrari museums. If you just want to see many things and are with a group it may not live up to the hype but if you are a true fan and in love with all the history you can spend much time just viewing the videos at the kiosks of all the memorable players that don the jerseys and reliving the special moments by watching highlights and interviews.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Danilo D wrote a review Dec 2015
21 contributions8 helpful votes
What is supposed to be the house of AC Milan is not as good as expected. Very small abd very short, it will take less than 10' the whole visit for a far away tourist point, and the sightseeing bus will be back only in 1:30h.
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Date of experience: December 2015
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Magellano81 wrote a review Dec 2015
Tortona, Italy41,295 contributions1,354 helpful votes
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The history of the A.C. Milan encapsulated in a museum, memorabilia, videos, trophies, finally everything is on show for fans. A journey of about 1 hour to retrace the most important of this glorious football club. All very nice and new, honestly but the ticket price is quite expensive, compared to other prestigious European stadiums that at the same price they let the visitor get into the pitch and changing rooms. Here only the museum is open, but it is enough to admire the most beautiful trophies in football history. Absolutely a very exciting experience
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Date of experience: November 2015
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melesi wrote a review Aug 2014
St. Albans, United Kingdom77 contributions39 helpful votes
A trip here before san siro. A great experience for true fans. You could spend hours looking at old video of greats from baresi van basten gullit gattuso and the rest . The use of new technology is great and a great experience . Not cheap around 40 euros for a family of 4 but was well worth a trip . Not to far from lotto. We then walk to san siro which was about 20 minute walk. There is a gift shop but not cheap and an a restaurant which we didn't get get to go in. 10 mins walk from metro stop
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Date of experience: August 2014
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