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Some of my tours

A guided tour offers you plenty of opportunities to enjoy your holidays! You can choose between a tour along Milan’s best or dive into the off-beaten routes, discovering the dark side of the city. If you are an admirer of Leonardo da Vinci, you can follow the traces throughout the city. Choosing to visit Milan, you may prefer a tour focused on design, fashion and food or just take it all in and fully enjoy the city, experiencing the different districts. Moreover, only a few km away from Milan, you’ll have the chance to see the wonderful lake Como, a worldwide famous holidays location, whose unique scenery has been charming celebrities for centuries. Travelling with an expert local guide makes everything possible, structuring your personalised tour to experience the real thing as a “temporary citizen”!

The itinerary touches all the must-see monuments in Milan, revealing the characteristics and curious facts linked to the famous individuals who revolved around them. it includes Sforza Castle, Operahouse La Scala, Galleria King Victor Emanuel II and the main church Duomo.

The itinerary includes a visit to a central area of Milan, located between the Castello Sforzesco and the Duomo square that shelters the remains of Imperial city and several churches considered architectural jewels among which the Chiesa di San Maurizio.

This tour is dedicated to fashion and the top shopping area, elected location of the best and most exclusive international brands. The so-called “Golden quadrilateral “, located in the very heart of Milan” .

Leonardo Da Vinci was definitely a “Renaissance man”. He was an artist, engineer, musician and what today we would define a scientist. This tour follows Leonardo’s path throughout Milan, to visit incredible venues where his work can still be admired.

This is a day tour conceived to enjoy the beauties of lake Como and the charming little city of Como. From April to October the two shores of lake Como offer a wonderful scenery for those sailing from Como to Bellagio...

Morena Ghilardi

Art Historian and tourist guide Milan-Como

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