Guided Milan Tours

Guided Milan Tours

We regularly research and compare the Best Guided Milan Tours for you. You can find Best Milan Guided Tours on this page.

Milan City Tour by Tram
8/1 Piazzale Luigi Cadorna

from €145.00 EUR
Duration: 2.5 Hours
 Organized by: Your Travel Diary
15 Reviews

Starting with Piazzale Cadorna under the famous "Needle-and-Thread" monument, discover Milan on a slow tram ride through the city center. Visit Sforza Castle where you will learn about the […]
Milan Hop-on Hop-off Bus Tour
Piazza Castello

from €19.00 EUR
Duration: 1 Day-48 Hours
 Organized by: Sightseeing Experience
3.335 Reviews

To enjoy the city with panoramic view and audio guidance in an airy way, use this ticket for the open-top sightseeing bus. 4 separate bus loops, which are connected in fact, will be availab […]
From Milan to Serravalle Designer Outlet: Roundtrip Tickets
1 Strada Provinciale ex Strada Statale 35bis dei Giovi

from €25.00 EUR
 Organized by: Zani Viaggi
163 Reviews

Immerse yourself in a world of luxury at Serravalle Designer Outlet, the largest shopping mall in Europe and a top-tier retail destination in Italy. Our roundtrip service from Milan offers […]
Segway Milan Tour
2 Via dei Chiostri

from €69.00 EUR
Duration: 2-3 Hours
 Organized by: Fat Tire Tours – Italy
344 Reviews

Get on the Segway and discover all of the sightseeing highlights in Milan in a beautiful day. Your tour guide will tell you more about the history and background of what you see while you a […]
Italian Pizza and Gelato-Making Class in Milan
2 Via Giovanni Battista Sammartini

from €99.00 EUR
Duration: 3 Hours
 Organized by: Florencetown
314 Reviews

Join us for a hands-on culinary experience in Italy, where you'll learn to create two of the country's most beloved dishes - pizza and gelato. With the guidance of a professional chef, you' […]
Sforza Castle Professional Guided Tour
3 Viale Gadio

from €140 EUR 
Duration: 2 hours
 Organized by: Keys Of Italy / Milan and Venice
16 Reviews

Join a guided tour of Sforza Castle in Milan and learn about how it was renovated over the centuries. Explore its defensive structures including the fortress, military barracks, and private […]
Leolandia Tickets
52 Via Vittorio Veneto

from €40.50 EUR 
Duration: 1 day
 Seller: Tiqets
190 Reviews

Gather your family and step inside Leolandia which is a special park for kids and babies. The attraction sights include seven themed areas with themed entertainment, an educational animal f […]
Duomo of Milan Tour with Rooftop Access
Piazza del Duomo

from €69.00 EUR 
Duration: 2 hours
 Organized by: Wander Italy
499 Reviews

Dive into the grandeur and elegance of Milan's crown jewel, the breathtaking Duomo, with our definitive two-hour guided tour. Navigate through the magnificent edifice's majestic rooftop, de […]
The Ambrosiana Gallery and the Codex Atlanticus Guided Tour
2 Piazza Pio XI

from €52.90 EUR 
Duration: 8 hours
 Organized by: Italy Hidden Experiences
22 Reviews

The Ambrosiana Gallery, nestled in the heart of Milan, is home to a staggering collection of art and artifacts, among which, none is more captivating than the Codex Atlanticus. This colossa […]

About Milan

Milan was founded by the Insubres, a Celtic people of Northern Italy, around 400 B.C. Starting about 225 B.C. the Insubres were constantly at war with the Romans who succeeded in conquering the city in 222, after which it became known as “Mediolanum”, which means “in the middle of the plain”. Its inhabitants made an alliance with Hannibal and rebelled against the Romans but were reduced to obedience in 196 B.C. and compelled to pay allegiance to Rome. Benefiting from the laws enacted by the capital of the Empire, it soon prospered and became the main industrial and commercial center of Northern Italy.

Duomo at sunrise, Milan, Europe - Guided Milan Tours

Duomo at sunrise, Milan, Europe – Guided Milan Tours

A city of business, fashion and design, an industrial and administrative centre, the goal for generations of Italian immigrants and daily destination of thousands of commuters, home to publishers, news-papers and television networks, richly provided with theatres, museums, galleries and universities, Milan in the 21 th. century is a metropolis that preserves the symbols of a long and illustrious past while displaying its capacity for change and renewal.

Famous vintage tram in the centre of the Old Town of Milan in the sunny day, Lombardia, Italy. Arch of Peace, or Arco della Pace on the background.

Famous vintage tram in the centre of the Old Town of Milan in the sunny day, Lombardia, Italy. Arch of Peace, or Arco della Pace on the background.

Milan is the hub of a highly urbanised territorial system that dominates the entire central and western area of Lombardy. While the city’s outskirts were subjected during the 20th century to large-scale spec-ulative building that today raises complex problems of conversion and redevelopment, the map of the historical centre was instead almost entirely redrawn between the end of the 19th century and the years after World War I. Wholesale urban clearance, rebuilding and radi-cal restructuring of the road system have given Milan a distinctive character with respect to the other Italian cities endowed with a great artistic heritage.

Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II in Milano. It's one of the world's oldest shopping malls, designed and built by Giuseppe Mengoni between 1865 and 1877.

Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II in Milano. It’s one of the world’s oldest shopping malls, designed and built by Giuseppe Mengoni between 1865 and 1877.

The landmarks of an illustrious past emerge within a heterogeneous but unquestionably rich and stimulating urban fab-ric: from the later stages of the Roman empire to the age of the city states, from the Visconti and Sforza dynasties to the era of Spanish regime, from Habsburg rule in the 18th century to the Napoleonic splendours, from the initial phases of industrialisation to Art Nouveau and Deco, all the way to the post-war period and the closing decades of the 20th century.

High dynamic range (HDR) Aerial view of the city of Milan, Italy

High dynamic range (HDR) Aerial view of the city of Milan, Italy

The city has a radial layout with a series of main roads branching out like spokes from the immediately identifiable hub of the cathedral square toward the old city gates and then on into the outlying areas. This type of structure is characteristic of cities developed in succes.