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Guided tours of Milan

Since Roman times Milan has always been an important trade centre and despite the damage caused by the world war, there are still signs of our famous history. Our visits are only in one language : English, and we only give personal tours or established group tours.

Here are some examples of our tours but we can plan some tour programmes with you according to your interests.
For instance we can visit the S. Ambros church, the Last Supper painting, the monumental cemetery, the S. Eustorgio church and Portinari chapel, Milan’s canal district and of course the Duomo and the opera house La Scala.

Our guided tours also include fashion tours, modern architecture, the S. Siro stadium, the new Regione Lombardia building and the projects for the 2015 World Fair. We also provide museum tours to the Brera and Ambrosiana art Galleries where we can show you some master-pieces of artists such as Raffaello, Titian, Leonardo Da Vinci, Bellini and Piero Della Francesca. Last but not least, the modern art Gallery and the Sforza Castle and Michelangelo’s last “Pietà”.

Come with us to discover the beauties Milan holds, guaranteeing you a breathtaking experience.


CONTACT   lorenza.scorti@libero.it        0039/3477351346


Our guided walking tour


Classic
Pinacoteca
Scala
Loves
Renaissance
Portinari

Remarks
 

.You can book your visits at any time

.Entries and transportation are never included in the cost of the visit

.Duration 3 hours

.To visit the churches a proper attire is required.

.The program can be modified according to the closing days of the museums and monuments 


 

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