Top sights in Milan
Top 10 things to do in Milan
Milan boasts one of the most cosmopolitan cultures in Italy - its rich artistic history laid the foundations upon which fashion and design could flourish. Here are some of the city's highlights, whether you're looking for art, history, or simply want to go home looking a little more stylish!
2. The Last Supper
Fun fact: Da Vinci's genius may have been indisputable, but he lacked experience painting frescoes. The work began to deteriorate soon after completion, so go see it before it's too late!
10. Navigli District
The historic Navigli district takes its name from the ancient canals that once connected the city. It's also home to some of the best restaurants for traditional Milanese cuisine!
Frequently asked questions about Milan
What top attractions are a must-see in Milan?
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What are the top things to do in Milan this week?
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Which tours in Milan are taking additional COVID-19 precautions?
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Planning Your Visit
When to go?
Milan is a year-round destination that doesn't really deal with peak seasons. Instead, it offers a wealth of events and exhibitions, so check the programs at its theaters and museums before you book your trip. If you're interested in Fashion Week, you have two to choose from! The autumn/winter collections are flaunted in February and March, and spring/summer in September and October.
How many days?
You could see most of Milan's key places of interest within a couple of days, but consider a long weekend if you want to shop or mellow out a little longer in its dynamic culture.
How to get around?
Driving in Milan can be a hair-raising experience! Fortunately it has an incredibly easy-to-use public transportation network. Tickets for its metro, bus, and tram routes must be bought prior to boarding. They must then be validated at the metro turnstiles or red boxes on board the buses and trams. The city also has a bike sharing scheme in place. More information can be found at bikemi.com.
Good to know
- Euro (€)
- Time Zone
- UTC (+01:00)
- Country Code
- Best time to visit
- Spring or summer
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What people are saying about Milan
The guide is everything with these kinds of tours and our guide was excellent. She was quite knowledgeable about the Last Supper, the details, the history, and the history of the building as well as the adjoining church. Hot tip: make sure you bring official identification as it's necessary to pick up the ticket assigned to you. A person in our group was turned away because of no id.
I was travelling with my family and we enjoyed the trip very much. The views are breathtaking, the vilagges colorful and picturesque, every single corner is like a postcard. We also appreciated the organization and itinerary. Our guide Franko was very knowledgeable, giving a lot of interesting information. I can recommend the tour 100%.
The organization of the tour was great. Guide arrived ahead of time and tour started exactly at 15:00. Guide had high level of knowledge and shared a lot of details. She answered all our questions and was very patient.
"A very pleasent experience! The guide tour was very informative, interesting and refreshing, accompanied by great transportation."
Fantastic guide and unbelievable driver. Timing of everything was perfect and the tour was extremely enjoyable.