Visit some of Milan's hidden gems on a 2.5-hour private walking tour. Visit San Bernardino alle Ossa, the hidden crypt of San Giovanni in Conca, and a Renaissance architectural masterpiece, the Church of Santa Maria presso San Satiro.
What to Expect
Enjoy a 2.5-hour walking tour of Milan and discover some of the city's hidden treasures!
You’ll visit enchanting sites and out-of-the-way churches that many locals haven’t seen. Learn about the Church of San Bernardino alle Ossa and the meaning of its sinister name.
During the tour you’ll also have the chance to visit the disappeared church of San Giovanni in Conca. Located next to Missori Square, the crypt is hidden just a few meters below ground level, under the busy streets. There is a wall made of red bricks with elegant Romanesque monofores. As you get closer you’ll find a small staircase leading to the crypt of the vanished church.
Afterwards you’ll visit the church of Santa Maria presso San Satiro, located just south of the Duomo. Built in 876, this architectural gem was later perfected by Bramante, who demonstrated his command of proportion and perspective, keynotes of Renaissance architecture.
- English-speaking guide
Duomo Square, in front of the Museo del Novecento (Palazzo dell'Arengario), Via Marconi, 1
Know Before You Go
As a general rule, you should have your shoulders, mid-section, and knees covered when entering churches. This rule applies to both men and women.