Milan Private Walking Tour
A Private Walking Tour of Milan
Our private walking tour in Milan includes the top attractions in the city including the iconic Duomo, the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II and the renown La Scala Theater. Plus, taste Campari and learn why Milan is the capital of the aperitivo.
What you get with this tour
What you will see on this tour
- Gothic Masterpiece
- Rooftop Views
- Vittorio Emanuele II Gallery
- Fashion in Milan
- Aperitivo Time!
- La Scala Theater
- Brera District
- Sforza Castle
- Sforza Gardens
The Milan Private Walking Tour is out there to prove to you that Milan is not all about just fashion and industry, but is a powerhouse in history and architecture in its own right. This tour will take you around the city showing you the best this city has to offer and what better place to start then at the iconic Duomo. This 3-hour tour includes:
- - A professional English-speaking guide
- - Small group size
- - Galleria Vittorio Emanuele
- - Campari tasting
- - La Scala Theater
- - Sforza Castle
Galleria Vittorio Emanuele and Campari Tasting
The cathedral took nearly six centuries to complete and is a masterpiece in Gothic architecture. After exploring this incredible building, we will then visit some of the other iconic sites of the city such as the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II which started a new fashion in Italian architecture and is also home to the bar where the famous Campari first began. We will stop here for a taste of the famous bitter as your guide explains to you how this drink became a staple of Milan's culture and was a favorite tipple of King Umberto I.
La Scala Theater and Sforza Castle
The Milan Private Walking Tour continues on to the world famous La Scala Theater. Most of Italy’s greatest operatic artists, and many of the finest singers from around the world, have appeared at La Scala during the past 200 years. We will then finish at the Sforza Castle which was the residence of a powerful Milanese family who ruled Milan for centuries!
Oh, by the way, after tasting the famous Campari, you'll realize why Milan is the capital of the Aperitivo. Our guide is a local to the area so we will be sure to lead you in the right direction for the best before-dinner-drink hangout once the tour is finished.
Frequently Asked Questions
Where to meet?
If you are staying in Milan's historical center, your guide will collect from your hotel to begin the tour. We will contact you to get the details or feel free to email us or call us toll-free at one of the numbers at the bottom of the website.
What to bring?
We always recommend comfortable shoes for walking tours.
Q: Is aperitivo included on this tour?
A: Yes! Your guide will introduce you to the Italian tradition of aperitivo and explain it's history while sipping on a traditional Milanese cocktail.
Q: Do we get to enter the Duomo, the Galleria, La Scala Theater and the Sforza Castle?
A: You'll have the chance to enter all sites except the theater due to timing constraints.
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My wife was only concerned with the fashion part of Milan, whereas I paid close attention to the industry and architecture that took place right in front of my eyes! Excellent being able to experience first hand! Great tour for both myself and my wife!
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