An intense experience and full immersion into the city
If you have just one day time for discovering the city and are not scared by intense experiences, wear confortable shoes and follow me! This is a private and absolutely FLEXIBLE tour, we can modify the itinerary whenerver you like.
We'll first visit the Duomo, the amazing marble giant cathedral, stroll along the near by Gallery, the most luxurius and refined arcade and evenually enter La Scala Opera House, the Temple of Music where every theatre artist dreams to perform.
After a short lunch break, we'll walk to the Sforza Castle, the imposing fortress where Leonardo da Vinci used to work, stroll in the Porta Nuova District and admire tall and slender skyscrapers designed in the most futuristic and imaginative fashion. The last step is bumping into the city port and walk along the romantic waterways, this is the best place for having an aperitif or perfect dinner!
The main sites we are going to visit are:
Gallery Vittorio Emanuele II
La Scala Opera House and the Museum
Porta Nuova District
Canal District (Navigli)
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: I can pick you up by your hotel if it is close to the center otherwise, in order you to spare time, we can define an alternative meeting location
End location: This tour will end at the Canal District and I'll explain to you how to go back to the center or take you there if required. Before leaving, I'll give you suggestions about what you can do after the tour.
Duration: 6 hours
We'll use public transportation or taxi is required
Estimated Local Cash Needed
12 eur - - Eur 5,00 per person as admission fee into La Scala Theatre.
- Eur 2,00 per person as admission fee into the Duomo
- Eur 2,50 per person for renting ear whispers IF TRAVELLERS ARE MORE THEN 4.
- Eur 4,50 per person - 24 hrs transportation pass
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valeria was great in every way: knowledgeable, efficient and accommodating; covered far more ground than we ever could on our own; told us of many shortcuts true milanese use to navigate their city; recommend without qualification to anyone looking for a guide