Milan, home to nearly 1.5 million people, is the second most populated Italian city behind Rome.
It is also the capital of Lombardy. It is situated in the country’s central portion, at the border of Switzerland and Genoa.
Milan is best known for its unique cuisine, vibrant art scene and abundance of attractions including museums and historical sites.
Activity-minded tourists will find plenty of tours in Milan. You can be engaged and entertained all day.
1. Segway Tour
These Segway tours, which last between 2 and 3 hours each day, are a great option for budget-conscious travelers who want to make the most of their vacation time.
Guests will receive helmets and an orientation before they can take off on their two-wheeled vehicles. This is to ensure everyone gets up to speed quickly.
The tours are limited to eight people, which makes them more personal and memorable.
The Duomo and Cathedral Square are stops.
Tours start at mid-morning or mid-afternoon. They are not suitable for children younger than 16 years.
2. Evening Food Tour
Milan is a culinary Mecca in Italy. Most visitors spend as much time exploring the city and eating there as they do sightseeing.
This three-hour tour, which is billed as Milan’s best food experience, is ideal for anyone who wants to see the city, meet locals and try a wide range of Milanese cuisines.
It offers a great mix of history, culture and cuisine. This is a great place to start your journey with hungry stomachs and curious minds.
You can sample everything, from meatballs, pasta, and Ham to gelato and wine to Prosecco.
3. Ferrari Test Drive Video
Supercar enthusiasts consider driving a Ferrari with 600 horsepower and a high price tag to be a pipe dream.
For those with limited time in Milan, however, there are some great options available that can be a good deal.
Participants will be guided by a Ferrari expert and an experienced driver to learn more about Ferrari’s history and how to drive like a professional.
Each participant receives three laps behind a wheel as well as a video recording of their automobile exploits.
4. Photographer Experiences in Personal Travel and Vacation Photography
Even the most well-off international travelers are not often followed by paparazzi. However, for those who wish to preserve their vacation memories and capture them for posterity, there is a great alternative.
Although personal travel photographers are still a new concept, they provide a valuable service that is really starting to take off.
Before the big day, guests will meet with their provider. After that they’ll meet up with their guide and explore some of the most famous attractions in the city.
The tour includes the services of a local guide, who is also an expert photographer. A link will be sent to your personal online album, which is typically ready in five days.
5. 3-Hour Architecture Tour by Milan Bike Tour
Milan, despite its large metropolitan area and high population is home to many bike-friendly areas.
This guided tour of the city covers three hours and focuses on its impressive architecture. It also includes contemporary attractions and historical landmarks.
The 15th-century Duke of Milan built the castle of Sforza. It is one of the highlights of the tour.
The castle grounds will be explored by guests along with their guide. They will also learn about the castle’s fascinating history.
It’s then off to the New Port, one of the most modern neighborhoods in the city.
You will find the tour to be relaxed and allow you ample time for photographs.
6. Sightseeing and Cooking Classes
Milan is always bustling with tourists and locals selling fresh meat, produce, baked goods, honey, and other prepared foods.
It’s a must-see for foodies and is often called the city’s beating center.
After touring the city with your guide guests will move to the kitchen for a crash course on Milanese cooking.
The tour includes lunch, wine, as well as a recipe book that you can take home with you.
7. Guided Tour of Milan Cathedral and Terraces on a Fast-Track
Many tourists spend considerable time at Milan’s Cathedral complex.
The area includes the cathedral as well as an archeological site, San Gottardo Church. It’s also home to a museum that is a great place for a quick visit if you’re interested in learning more about the city’s unique past.
This 1 1/2-hour fast-paced tour allows visitors to explore both free and guided. There is plenty of time for other tours and activities.
Tour ticket holders who have purchased a tour ticket during peak hours will be able to skip the lines. This means that you can spend more time enjoying your vacation and less waiting.
8. Best of Milan Tour with Skip-the-Line To Duomo And Last Supper
Da Vinci’s Last Supper, one of the most valuable works of art in the world, is among them. This three-hour tour will take guests to the Church of Santa Maria delle Grazie where they’ll see Da Vinci’s Last Supper.
The tours include the English-speaking guide and a limited number of guests. They also include headsets that explain the sights you see at each stop.
The Last Supper viewing is strictly controlled. However, guests on the tour will be given exclusive reservations which makes it a poignant and memorable experience.
You can also visit the Milan Duomo or Sforza Castle for a minimal extra cost.
9. Guided Experience at the Monumental Cemetery of Milan
The second-largest cemetery in Milan is the Monumental Cemetery of Milan. It is unique for its colorful tombs and monuments, which are unlike most other burial sites.
This cemetery was first opened in the 1860s. It is now the final resting place of some of the city’s most notable citizens.
This 1 1/2-hour tour will take guests to a hidden corner of the city that is not often visited by tourists. They’ll be entertained with engaging stories and commentary by their local guide.
Highlights of the tour include visits to the graves of Milan’s most important historical figures and a tomb designed to imitate Da Vinci’s Last Supper.
10. Wine tasting with an Italian Sommelier
This wine tasting tour with an Italian Sommelier, which lasts one hour, offers three different start times each day to suit different people. It is the perfect accompaniment to a day of exploring Milan.
The tours include stops at popular wine bars where guests can learn more about the history and winemaking process as well as the nuances and flavors of the wines they are sampling.
Both beginners and experienced wine enthusiasts will find the tours suitable for them. They also offer local food such as cheeses, cured meats, and olives that are well-matched with the wines.
11. Off-the-Beaten-Path Private Walking Tour
A guided walking tour is the best way to experience street culture.
This tour features attractions that aren’t often visited by tourists. It is an excellent choice for those who want to discover hidden gems instead of tourist hotspots.
Highlights of the tour include the Church of San Bernardino alle Ossa and Missori Square’s hidden crypt. Also, you will see remnants of the Church of San Giovanni In Conca, which was built in the 4th Century.
The tours last approximately 90 minutes. Both men and women should have enough cover on their shoulders, abdomens and knees before entering the churches.
12. 3-Hour Private Fashion and Shopping Walking Tour
Milan, along with Paris and Tokyo, is a fashion hub. It hosts chic fashion shows and other events every year that attract well-to-do tourists from all over the globe.
This fashion-focused tour lasts three hours and takes guests to the most exclusive shopping areas and fashion districts in the city, such as Quadrilatero dilla Moda. Here, brands like Armani Versace, Gucci and Dolce & Gabbana rule supreme.
Tours start in a central location at the end of the afternoon. They can be customized based on guests’ interests.
Contact the tour operator to request a customized itinerary.
13. Chocolate and Rum Tasting Tour
Although it isn’t well-known in culinary circles, the flavors of chocolate and fiery spirits such as rum compliment each other nicely.
This unique gastro tour will allow guests to taste a variety of chocolates and rums. They’ll also learn how to appreciate their subtleties and have a sweet, intoxicating time.
The tours are held in a private setting and include brands of rum or chocolate not readily available at liquor and grocery stores.
The tours start in the evening, leaving plenty of time for people who want to have a late dinner or night on the town.
14. Milan Dark Ghost Tour on Foot
Milan is home to more ghosts than it seems, as this two-hour tour brings tourists within arms reach of the long-dead and unsavory.
After most travelers have retired to their hotel rooms, the guests on this macabre tour will venture out onto the streets to discover parts of the city where most people are not allowed.
Their licensed guide will tell guests stories of murder, intrigue and conspiracy. Many of these tales relate to famous citizens from long ago eras.
Transportation, tips, and food are not included.
15. Rickshaw 1-Hour Tour of Sightseeing
In the past, Rickshaws were powered by poor peasants who had little other job opportunities.
These days are long gone for the down-and-out all over the globe.
For example, in Milan, rickshaes are often accompanied by local guides who are well fed and eager to share their city with foreign visitors.
These tours include top attractions such as the Duomo and Sforza Castle, Santa Maria delle Grai Church, where Da Vinci’s Last Supper is located, and Sempione Park.
Rickshaws are not covered, but have no windows. This allows for plenty of breeze and protection from the rain and sun.