A bustling metropolis in the north of Italy, Milan is known for high-end fashion, gothic design, and iconic restaurants. Outside the city, the surrounding towns and lake destinations feature luxurious villas and opportunities to enjoy boating, hiking, and skiing.

Featured Experiences

Boat Tour

Explore the charming Navigli canals by boat! Admire the beautiful houses and buildings that line the waterways, and learn about the history and culture of the city from your knowledgeable guide.

With a small group size and personalized attention, this tour is the perfect way to experience the lesser-known side of Milan.

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Zip through Milan on the back of a Vespa! After being picked up at the meeting place of your choosing, you'll pass by landmarks like the Duomo and Castello Sforzesco before stopping to taste delicious focaccia and gelato.

Learn some history and see the city through the eyes of your local guide on this fun and memorable tour!

Dinner on a
Vintage Tram

Milan is known for its classic vintage trams. While some are a common means of transportation for locals, others have been beautifully restored to serve as traveling restaurants!

Dine aboard the ATMosfera (meaning "atmosphere" in Italian) while enjoying a panoramic tour. It's the best (and most delicious) way to explore the city!

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Shop Til' You Drop

Milan is home to the oldest shopping mall in Europe, the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, which opened in 1877.

A symbol of the city, it's known for its glass-vaulted roof, elegant architecture, and upscale shopping opportunities.

Hidden Relic

Construction on the Milan Cathedral (Duomo di Milano) began in 1386 and took nearly six centuries to complete!

While it's a popular tourist attraction, many people don't know that it houses the Holy Nail, one of the nails believed to have been used in the crucifixion.

Baked with Love

Milan is the birthplace of panettone, a traditional Italian bread served at Christmas.

In the 15th century, a nobleman fell in love with a baker's daughter and asked her to create a special treat for the holidays. She crafted the tall, round loaf with a domed top that became known as panettone.