Milan Open Tour by Bus: 1-Day Ticket
- Valid: 1 day
- Optional audio guide
per group up to 1
Take in Milan's most symbolic and fascinating sights and places of interest, such as the Basilica of Sant’ Ambrogio, San Babila, the Cathedral, La Scala Opera House and the modern Piazza Gae Aulenti. Enjoy these comfortable open buses equipped with a transparent roof, to let you enjoy the city sights even during bad weather, and special platforms to provide disabled access. The full loop takes 90 minutes including the various stops. The bus takes about 5 minutes between scheduled stops, and it’s possible to jump off at any of the following points along the way. City Tour: • Castello Sforzesco • Cadorna • Cenacolo • Sant'ambrogio • Museo Scienza E Tecnica • Navigli • Parco Delle Basiliche • Universita' Studi / Policlinico • San Babila • Duomo • Scala • Palazzo Dugnani • Repubblica • Stazione Centrale • Palazzo Regione Lombardia • Gae Aulenti / Staz. Garibaldi • Cimitero...
The Monumental Cemetery of Milan is one of the most characteristic and unknown spots in the city. Considered a true open-air museum, once inside the cemetery there are no words to describe the beauty of this place, where peace and art coexist. Learn about the graves of the most important Milanese families. See how the Campari family built a tomb similar to the Last Supper by Leonardo Da Vinci. Join this 1.5-hour guided experience through this extraordinary place. Your tour guide will show you the most significant buildings and tell you the history behind the cemetery. Prepare yourself to discover this unexpected place located in the heart of Milan.
The Monumental Cemetery of Milan is not just a cemetery, but a genuine open-air museum. Designed by the architect Carlo Maciachini in 1864 and inaugurated two years later, it is characterized by an eclectic style, harmonizing Byzantine and Gothic elements with a prevalence of the Romanesque style. If you really want to get to know Milan, visiting the Cimitero Monumentale is a must. All those people who played a role in the city's history rest inside it, from Alessandro Manzoni to Arturo Toscanini, Francesco Hayez to Filippo Tommaso Marinetti, Sergio Bonelli to Guido Crepax, Alda Merini to Franca Rame, and Enzo Iannacci to Giorgio Gaber. These are just some of the famous names that the Monumental Cemetery holds within its walls. The cemetery is an ideal place to discover the evolution of Milan's artistic trends between the 19th and 20th centuries. During the tour, your expert guide wi...
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Please don't make the same mistake I made trying to find the office with the map I was given when purchasing the tickets. Go to the Milan Visitor Center. We looked for two hours and was given 20 different places from the locals. Next time I will ask for a address. By the time we found the hop on hop off stop we could only use it for one day and purchased a two day ticket.
I was able to enjoy this visit with my son and we were really excited about it. The guide, very professional but also affable and welcoming, illustrated the wonders of the Monumental Cemetery with a wealth of details and stories that allowed us to fully appreciate them. I highly recommend it.
Thanks to "Corona", Milan was not overcrowded. So the whole stay was very relaxed. The tour was informative and not boring at all.
Unfortunately I lived this beautiful experience in a heavy rain but thanks to the indications received I plan to return with the sun
The very kind guide made us discover every secret of the monumental cemetery, punctual, very prepared and very friendly.