How to tour in Milan with MilanoCard

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tour in milanIf you are only in Milan for a few days, it may be hard to fit everything in, but finding out how to tour in Milan can help you to see as many of the sights of this historic city as possible. Tour guides tend to be a fount of knowledge on the city and you will find out many fascinating facts that you might not otherwise have learnt.

Walking tour

The free welcome walks are a perk for holders of a MilanoCard, the city pass entitles you to free public transport and discounts on attractions, restaurants, and shops across the city. Starting from either the Highline Galleria or the Crypt of Leonardo, these tours are led by knowledgeable students. They will be able to advise you on how best to see everything you want in Milan.

Hop On Hop Off bus tour

tour in milanAn open top bus is a great way to tour the city, Milan sightseeing bus. These tours come with an audio commentary in eight different languages to learn about the sights you will see on the way. There are three different lines which take in all the main Milan attractions including the Milan cathedral, Sforza castle, La Scala, and the Navigli area. Choose between a 24 and 48-hour ticket and then hop on and off whenever you see a stop that you want to spend more time at. Buy your ticket in bundle with MilanoCard and receive a 10% discount on the ticket.


TraMilano is a hop on, hop off tour on a historic tram. The tour runs every ten minutes from 8am until midnight, and MilanoCard holders are entitled to a range of discounts. Starting at central station, the route takes in all the top sights including the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele, the Duomo, la Scala, and Sempione Park. For those visiting with children, try the TraMilano kid’s city tour that will bring the city to life for them.

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