Milan Cathedral and Rooftop Ticket
- Skip the line
- Optional audio guide
Discover the symbol of Milan with your access-all-areas ticket to the Duomo, and see the 600-year-old cathedral from different perspectives. One of the largest cathedrals in Italy and Europe, the Milan Duomo is the patrimony of the Milanese people and humanity. Deeply linked to the teachings of the bishops who succeeded on St. Ambrose’s chair, the cathedral is the mother Church of the Diocese, having a symbolic role both in the life of the city and in relation with the Diocese. Admire city panoramas from an elevation of 164 feet (50m). Built using Candoglia marble, the Duomo Terraces cover a surface of approximately 26,250 square feet (8,000 sq. m). Get an unusual point of view of the Duomo’s architecture, especially on bright days when you can see as far as the Alps and the Apennine Mountains. If you want to avoid the stairs to the terraces, you can select the option to take the eleva...
Beautiful and must-have experience in Milano! We went in the evening right around golden hour and it was perfect—I’d recommend going later, close to sun down!
Begin your tour by boarding the new electric boat. As the boat sets off along the canal, see the "case di Ringhiera", typical houses of the working-class districts of Milan. Cruise towards the popular 13th-century church of San Cristoforo while listening to informative commentary from your guide. See where the delicious Marscarpone cheese is said to have been invented as you float down an alley of cheesemakers. Come across the historic headquarters of the Canottieri Milano Olona, one of the longest-running rowing clubs in the city of Milan, with a history of over 100 years behind it. Pass by the famous Vicolo dei Lavandai, an architectural wonder that in the 18th-century was in charge of washing the linen of wealthy families. Cross the Scodellino bridge and reach the modern Darsena, an area of entertainment on the water, full of busy bars, restaurants, and clubs. It is still today one ...
Avoid the hassle of buying an entrance ticket to the Milan Duomo on the day by picking one up in advance. By far the most unique feature of the cathedral is its vast rooftop, granting a panoramic viewpoint over Milan and a birds-eye perspective on the church itself. With options to challenge yourself by mounting the 250 stairs up to the rooftop, or to take a ride on the convenient elevator, the rooftop is accessible to all with a desire to see this iconic sight. Once you’re on the rooftop, peer out over the city from over 150 feet above street level while taking in the characteristic rows of white marble spires. An enduring symbol of Milan, the cathedral broke ground in 1386, only to be finished in 1965. Built of stunning marble quarried from the Candoglia region, there are few better examples of Italian Gothic architecture in existence.
It was an amazing experience and gave a better sense of the massive size and detail of the church.
The cruise departs from the small harbor in front of Sirmione Castle. Once aboard, set sail on this 25 minute sightseeing cruise and see Sirmione from a new perspective. Highlights of the tour include Maria Callas Villa, Aquaria beauty center, and the Grotte di Catullo, home to the largest Roman ruins in the north of Italy. Finally, cruise by Sirmione’s sulfur spring and watch the thermal waters bubbling up to the surface. As you head back to port, soak up stunning views of Scaligero Castle before disembarking the boat.
Breve tour intorno a Sirmione, ottima esperienza. Simpaticissimo Alex che ci ha accompagnato raccontandoci qualcosa in più su questa magnifica città.
Visit one of the most attractive historical sites in Milan and travel through the past, present, and future. Nestled in the cloisters of a Renaissance monastery, discover one of the most important science and technology museums in Europe. Do not miss the New Galleries, the largest permanent exhibition in the world dedicated to Leonardo da Vinci. A spectacular collection of 170 historical models, works of art, ancient volumes, and immersive installations showcases the complete life and works of Da Vinci, the engineer and humanist. Discover extraordinary objects such as steam trains, the Luna Rossa AC72 catamaran, the brigantine schooner Ebe, the Conte Biancamano transatlantic, and the Enrico Toti submarine. Explore the space area and witness the only moon fragment visible in Italy, as well as the Vega space launcher. Keep an eye on temporary shows and exhibits on energy, materials, com...
The museum is amazing, good to spend some time there With the GetYourGuide App and online ticket was super easy, as usually One Remark: you need to update in tour App the direction to the museum entrance- it’s wrong!!!!!!
Travel on the Bernina Express, the red fairy-tale on rails, and experience the magical countryside of Valtellina. Depart from Tirano and admire spectacular scenery as you cross the Alps from the Valtellina vineyards to the glaciers of the Bernina Pass. Enjoy panoramic views from the train's large windows, which have been gazed out of for over 100 years. Sit back and relax during this fairy-tale journey as the beautiful alpine landscape flows by before your eyes. Feel free to leave the train at any station and hop on the next train when you want to continue your journey. Ride all the way from Tirano to St. Moritz and back again. You can choose an optional cablecar ride to the Diavolezza Refuge to admire the mountain scenery.
Amazing views. This is an all day experience, so make sure to bring snacks. The Alps looked amazing and the train ride was comfy. You also get to stop anywhere you choose. I certainly recommend it!
Make the most of your time with this skip-the-line guided tour to see the Last Supper by Leonardo da Vinci. The famous painting is in what used to be the refectory of the Church of Santa Maria delle Grazie. Once inside your eyes will be captured by the beauty of the fresco. Learn all about the history and secrets of the painting, and discover more about the time Leonardo da Vinci spent in Milan while working at this project. Your knowledgeable tour guide will enlighten you with fascinating stories and details about da Vinci and his work. Church schedules permitting, your tour guide will also escort you to visit the Church of Santa Maria delle Grazie.
It was OK. I would have liked more explanation of the church instead of just one part was Gothic and the other pre Gothic. There was interesting art work in the church but the guide didn't explain it. I understand that the guide doesn't go into a lot of explanation because the average tourist doesn't know a lot about art but I would have liked more details. For example, she could have said what other works Bramante is famous for. That would have made it more interesting for the people who are not art experts. Also some more info about Milan's history and the Dukes so it would be more understandable the value of Leonardo's work. I just think it wasn't enough detailed for me. Also the price for a group tour is very high. The next day I paid just a little more for a private guide to the Duomo and it was worth it.
Florence is not the only Renaissance city in Italy. You can still find some traces of that period in Milan as well. Unveil the last masterpiece from Michelangelo right in Sforza Castle, located in the heart of Milan. A few steps away from Duomo, the Cathedral, one of the most beautiful pieces of art is resting, the Pietà Rondanini by Michelangelo. He did this amazing sculpture when he was 89 years old, only a few days before his death. But it is not all about Michelangelo. Have you ever heard about his friend Leonardo Da Vinci? During the 1.5-hour guided experience with your monolingual guide, you will hear many stories about him as well. Finally, every secret of the Castle is going to take life, visit the courtyard and the interior of the Castle and learn about Milan’ powerful families.
We had an extremely knowledgeable guide and we were the only ones scheduled for the tour so it was like a private tour. We enjoyed it so very much. Thank you
As you explore Leonardo’s Vineyard, immerse yourself in the lifestyle of Leonardo da Vinci, iconic for many artworks including the Mona Lisa and The Last Supper. Leonardo’s Vineyard was gifted to him in 1498 by Ludovico Sforza, a former Duke of Milan, who assigned him with the task of creating The Last Supper. The Vineyard soon became one of Leonardo’s most admired possessions. With a long list of winemakers in his family, he enjoyed growing his own grapes and creating his own wines for many years to follow. When he left his residence in Milan, he continued to care for the vineyard and even generously left it in his will to two of his servants. Today, visitors can rediscover this hidden gem either on an Italian or English guided tour, led by a knowledgeable local guide. If you prefer to explore at your leisure, you can opt for an entry ticket and audio guide, offering you valuable insi...
The value for money is perfectly adequate and the whole experience is pretty nice. I'd recommend it.
Depart from Sirmione Harbor, in front of the impressive Scaliger Castle and set sail onto the glistening waters of Lake Garda. Pass by the pretty villa belonging to the famous opera singer Maria Callas then head to the end of the peninsula to a white rocky beach called Jamaica. Sail to the Rocca di Manerba next and onto the Island of Garda where you can admire the magnificent Isola Borghese. Learn about the rich-history of the villa, which boasts stunning Venetian Neo-Gothic architecture. Arrive at a private island next and cool off from the heat with a dip in the lake’s refreshing waters. Back on the boat, enjoy a tasty pizza snack as you continue onto Salo for a one hour stop-over. Spend some time exploring this enchanting village and walk along its beautiful lakeside promenade. The tour then takes you to the famous Gardone village where you can enjoy a glass of sparkling wine and a...
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Great package deal, we didn't have the tickets printed and it was fine, they just scanned the QR codes from our phones. No hassle at all getting in and everything is clearly laid out, the people working there were also happy to guide us to where we needed to proceed from the cathedral to the entrance to the rooftop. The cathedral is magnificent, a must see when in Milan!
Milan cathedral is absolutely stunning. Well worth a visit. The rooftop walk is breathtaking with great views across the city. The rooftop itself is so ornate and beautiful it’s hard to believe it was built so perfect so many years ago!
Fantastic guide and unbelievable driver. Timing of everything was perfect and the tour was extremely enjoyable.
This shouldnt be missed! the vie from the top is breathtaking
A lot to see and the Leonardo's exhibit was outstanding.