Excursions & Sight Tickets in Milan

Everyone can find something to enjoy in Milan, whether you are interested in its history and culture, architecture, great art, or delectable cuisine.

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A guide for first-time visitors to Milan

Besides its fashion, Milan is also known for its design. It is the capital of design and a financial center. Milan is also home to the national stock exchange. The city is filled with high-end stores and restaurants.

Piazza di Duomo

Located at the center of the city, Piazza del Duomo is one of the most iconic places in Milan. It is a meeting point for people from all over the city and is a landmark for the city's history. This square is surrounded by architectures of different periods. There are several ways to visit the square and get a closer look at it.

 Duomo Milan 

The cathedral of Milan was built on the site of an old cathedral that was destroyed by fire in 1075. It took a number of centuries to complete the construction, but the cathedral was finally finished in 1965. The cathedral's interior is filled with stained glass windows that tell the stories of the Holy Scriptures.

The Duomo is also the site of the world's most renowned opera house, La Scala. It was built in the neoclassical style, but was damaged in 1943 by bombing during World War II. Afterwards, it was restored three years later.

The Duomo's terraces have always been fascinating to locals and visitors. It is also possible to take a group tour and climb up to the cathedral's roof.

The Duomo is also home to a museum. It houses a number of artworks that illustrate changes in the culture and society of Italy in the twentieth century. The museum also features a lighting installation. It is a great place to take photos of the Piazza.

The Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II was built in the 19th century and is located in the centre of Piazza del Duomo. It connects Piazza Duomo to Piazza della Scala. It was built when Milan wanted to rival other European capitals. It has many colourful floors and is a pedestrian passageway. It is home to many prestigious brand shops.

Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II

Located in the heart of Milan, Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II is an architecturally stunning shopping arcade. Built in the nineteenth century, the arcade features an audacious domed glass ceiling and mosaic floor tile designs. In addition to upscale shopping, the arcade is also home to a number of bars and restaurants.

As one of the oldest shopping arcades in the world, Galleria Vittorio Emanuele 2 has a unique history. Originally, the arcade was designed to connect the Piazza del Duomo with the Piazza della Scala. However, the arcade was not completed until 1877. That year, it was named after the first king of Italy, Vittorio Emanuele II. The architecture of the building is reminiscent of neo-renaissance style.

The arcade is lined with wrought iron arcades and mosaic floors. Under the domed glass ceiling, there is a mosaic of the House of Savoy's coat of arms. The mosaic depicts a white cross of Saint George on a red background.

The mall houses several luxury and high-street brands, as well as a number of top designer outlets. It is also home to several restaurants and gourmet eateries. The mall features several bookstores with fashion literature.

The Galleria is known for its spectacular mosaic art, original illumination installations, and awe-inspiring architecture. The arcade is also home to a number of famous restaurants, including Savini and Biffi Caffe. In addition to its luxury stores, the shopping mall is also home to several multinational labels.

Galleria Vittorio Emanuele is a beautiful place to spend a day shopping or relaxing. It is one of the most popular places in Milan. It is also a popular meeting place. The arcade is also home to a 7-star hotel.

San Bernadino alle Ossa

Located near Milan's Duomo, San Bernadino alle Ossa is a church that has become famous for its ossuary. In the Iberian world, the cult of the dead is very important.

The Ossuary is a small chapel, located next to the church. The chapel is decorated with skulls and bones from the Middle Ages. The chapel is accessible through swinging double doors.

The ossuary is not on the main tourist routes, but you can enter for a small donation. This chapel has a ceiling fresco, decorated by Sebastiano Ricci, in 1695. It contains over 3,000 human bones.

The bones are arranged in Rococo-style patterns. You can see skulls decorating pillars, doors, and walls. In the chapel, there are paintings dating from the 16th to 18th centuries.

The Human Bone Chamber is located on the right hand side of the door. It is not easy to see inside, but it is quite amazing. The ossuary chapel has a long, dark corridor.

The Church of San Bernardino alle Ossa was built in the 13th century. The ossuary was built next to the church because the cemetery in the area ran out of space to store remains.

The Church of San Bernardino was renovated in 1679. The chapel has paintings from the 16th to 18th centuries, and Baroque decorations. You can see human skulls decorating the pillars, doors, and walls. The ossuary chapel is accessible through a hallway, even if the doors are closed.

The Church of San Bernardino is located on Via Festa del Perdono near the University of Milan. San Bernardino alle Ossa is a fascinating church with a long history. During the Spanish domination of Milan, the church was built.

Porta Nuova

Originally an industrial zone, Porta Nuova has undergone a complete redevelopment. Now, it is one of the most modern districts in Milan. The area is expected to become a center for innovation and business.

In fact, Porta Nuova has won several awards for its architecture and design. One of the buildings in the neighborhood is the Unicredit Tower, which is the tallest building in Milan and eighth in the list of best aesthetic structures in Europe.

Another notable landmark in Porta Nuova is the Pirelli Tower, which was the tallest building in Italy for decades. It was a major inspiration for the MetLife building in New York City.

Aside from its tall buildings, Porta Nuova has a number of other interesting buildings. These include the Sforza Castle, the Palazzo Lombardia, and the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II.

For those interested in exploring the area, it is recommended to visit the district during business hours. There are several bars and restaurants in Porta Nuova, making it a lively neighborhood.

The district is also well-connected to other areas of Milan. It is a short walk from Chinatown and the Brera neighborhood. A train station is also located nearby. The Porta Magenta church is a historic building and is home to Leonardo Da Vinci's famous painting, "The Last Supper".

Other notable landmarks in Porta Nuova include the Giardini Pubblici, which is a museum and planetarium in the old city walls. It is also home to the Natural History Museum.

The area also has a lot of shopping centers and restaurants. One of the best shopping centers is the Corso Como, which has many fine dining options. Several of Europe's most exclusive nightclubs can be found here.

Street Venice

Visiting Venice is one of the most incredible experiences in the world. This city has a storied past and it is full of beautiful and historical landmarks. It is the third most visited city in Italy, after Rome and Milan.

There is so much to see in Venice that it's impossible to do it all in just one day. So, it's better to go on a tour to see the best sights. There are plenty of guides who can help you get the most out of your trip.

A great place to see a large collection of art is the Ca' d'Oro. It's located near the Grand Canal and has a huge range of sculptures. It also has an art museum that features works by Tintoretto and Canaletto.

Another great place to see art is the Peggy Guggenheim Collection. Peggy Guggenheim was an American heiress who left her extensive collection of modern art to Venice. The museum is located in Dorsoduro sestiere. The collection features works by Dali and Picasso. The museum's garden is filled with beautiful sculptures.

Another must-see is the Jewish Museum. It was founded by the Jewish Community of Venice. It's a great place to see ancient manuscripts and valuable items from textile makers. This museum also showcases items from the civil and religious lives of the community.

A great way to see the main sights of Venice is by taking a water taxi. Water taxis run routes up and down the Grand Canal. They are inexpensive and a fun way to see the sights.

Another important art museum in Venice is the Galleria dell'Accademia. The museum is home to some of the city's most important paintings. It has an incredible view of the Grand Canal from the top floor. It also has works by Veronese and Titian.

Guided tours and excursions in Milan

Taking a tour of Milan with a local guide can provide an immersive experience. The city is filled with history, art, and culture. Local guides can tell you about the Duomo di Milano, Santa Maria delle Grazie, and other important sites. You can also find private tours that you can customize to your interests. Whether you are traveling for business or pleasure, a guided tour can provide you with a new perspective on the city.


Guided tours in Milan are led in English and French. There are also Spanish, German, and Italian tours. Each tour is lead by an enthusiastic local guide who is passionate about sharing the city with international visitors. The tours are licensed by the Province of Milan. If you are interested in a tour, you will need to select a date, enter your personal information, and submit your reservation. Once you have completed the process, you will receive a tour voucher by email.

Among the popular guided tours in Milan are the Brera Pinacoteca, the National Museum of Science and Technology, and the Indro Montanelli Public Garden. Milan also offers tours that include La Scala Theater and Santa Maria delle Grazie Church. You can also explore the funky design district of Isola.

Milan has a rich Renaissance history, as well as astounding contemporary architecture. The city is home to the Duomo di Milano, a magnificent white marble structure. Milan is also home to the Santa Maria delle Grazie Church, where Leonardo da Vinci painted his masterpiece, the Last Supper. During a guided tour, you will learn all about da Vinci's life and the project that was completed here. You will also get to skip the line to view the masterpiece.

Milan is also home to the Sforzesco Castle and the Scala Theater, where Verdi and Toscanini have performed. You can also visit the Museum of Costumes at the theater. You will also learn the history of the opera. Lastly, you can visit the crypts of the Monumental Cemetery of Milan, which includes tombs of prominent citizens, as well as colorful tombs. The cemetery was built in the 1860s. It was the second largest cemetery in Milan and is said to be home to some of the most colorful graves.

Among the many guided tours in Milan, the Milan Chocolate and Rum Tour is a unique experience. This tour leaves you time to enjoy a late dinner before returning to the city. The tour is held in a private location and features brands of chocolate and rum that you can't find at grocery stores or liquor stores. The tour is designed for first-time visitors to Milan. You will also enjoy a tasting of local foods and drinks. The tour is designed for a group of up to 20 people, so reservations are necessary.

Milan's wine tasting tour also includes a wine tasting and stops at popular wine bars. You will also learn about the history of the city, as well as the secrets of local cuisine. This tour is lead by a local guide and is ideal for first-time visitors to Milan.

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