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7 Tourist Attractions To Visit from Milan

7 Tourist Attractions To Visit from Milan

This are the 7 tourist attractions to visit from Milan. Milan Design Week is just another reason among many for you to visit one of the most beautiful cities in the world. History is written in almost every corner and rich cultural heritage will surely make you fall in love with Milan – from the architectural treasures and the thrilling fashion industry to the sensational art galleries and design events. Also, Milan is synonymous with Italian cuisine, fine dining experiences and luxury restaurants. However, we want to show you the luxury side of Milan and these are the top-rated tourist attractions you just can’t miss.

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On a day journey from Milan to Lugano and Lake Como, this is your opportunity to see the best of Switzerland and Italy. Cruise Lake Como on a tour boat with a local guide, and keep an eye out for celebrity villas. Then visit Bellagio, also known as the “jewel of Lake Como”. The trip then continues to Switzerland, where you’ll have some free time in Lugano to take in the sights. Before returning to Milan, enjoy the views from the lake or shop for Swiss chocolate.


La Scala Theatre

The La Scala Theater, first opened in 1778 in Milan’s city centre, is one of the world’s most famous opera theatres. Explore this temple of music with a small group and a guide to learn about its mysteries and history. View a selection of scenic designs, musical instruments, and costumes from some of the theater’s most memorable performances.


Duomo Milano

This guided evening tour includes skip-the-line access to the pinnacle of the Milan Duomo. The cathedral’s rooftop is accessible via elevator for most of the way, and then there are just 50 stairs to the very top. Learn about the history and construction of the Duomo while admiring the views over Milan and, on a clear day, far beyond the city.


Museo Storico Alfa Romeo

Starting in Milan’s city centre, you’ll visit the Alfa Romeo auto museum, where you’ll spend three hours learning about the renowned most famous Alfa Romeo vintage vehicle models that have been created throughout the years. You will be escorted by a knowledgeable professional tour guide who speaks your language and is passionate about automobiles. You may also have a coffee break and visit the exhibit where the latest new Alfa Romeo automobiles on the Italian market are on display.

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Italian Lakes And Riviera Tour

Discover the finest of northern Italy on a 7-day tour. From Milan, visit the Orta, Maggiore, Como, Garda, and Iseo lakes, as well as the cities of Como, Bergamo, and Verona. Then visit Genoa, Sanremo, Rapallo, Cinque Terre, Portofino, and Santa Margherita on the Italian Riviera. Relax in these towns and learn about their history on walking tours while admiring the gorgeous settings all around.


Cinque terre Tour

On a private tour from Milan, spend a day visiting the Cinque Terre. You’ll travel by luxury car to the UNESCO-listed shore, then take a walking tour of the region before going on a boat ride through the Cinque Terre’s charming coastal villages. Halfway through the day, stop for a wine tasting with canapés while seeing the candy-coloured mansions packed into the cliffs and the spectacular sea vistas. Your personalized guide will teach you about the region and give you meal recommendations along the route.

Fiat 500

From the seat of a restored classic Fiat 500, take in the sights of Milan in genuine Italian flair! Allow a skilled chauffeur to guide you around the city streets as you relax and enjoy attractions such as the Sforza Castle, Royal Villa, La Scala, and the magnificent Duomo. There are many trip lengths and itineraries to choose from, including a night tour for a romantic urban experience.


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