If you’ll be visiting the vibrant metropolis of Milan, plan on adding the Milan City Tour to your itinerary. It’s a great introduction to the art and architecture of this fashion-forward city of designers, artists, musicians and the site of EXPO 2015. Milan has a rich and interesting culture, and a warm and friendly atmosphere, that pulsate with creativity and energy.

Let our accomplished English-Speaking guide gear the tour to your personal interests as you sightsee and stroll leisurely together. Visit the world-famous Duomo di Milano. The largest cathedral in all of Italy, and the fifth largest in the world, the Gothic Duomo took nearly six centuries to build, and is an architectural masterpiece. Learn about life during its construction.

Milan is a very old city with tales to tell. Dating the 6th Century B.C., it was the capital of the Roman Empire for about 200 years. One of Milan’s popular destinations is the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II. This marvelous example of 19th Century architecture has two vaulted arcades and a glass dome that house one of the world’s oldest shopping malls. Peek into chic shops. Quench your thirst in one of the many cafés or bars, as the 19th Century poets, artists and men of letters did in their era.

Walking farther, you’ll come to the famous Teatro alla Scala. Giuseppe Piermarini designed this opera house. La Scala opened in 1778 upon the ruins of an older theater, and has been drawing crowds from all over the world ever since.

You’ll be sure to enjoy a visit to the intriguing medieval Sforza Castle. Built by the Duke, Francesco Sforza, the castle dates to the 15th Century. It contains Michangelo’s unfinished Pietà Rondanini, and frescoes by Da Vinci and Bramante. Be sure to pre-book a visit to Da Vinci’s awe-inspiring, The Last Supper. This precious and delicate painting has recently been restored to its original splendor. Viewing is limited to pre-booked guests, at 15 minutes per group. .


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Available everyday except January 1, Easter and Xmas day.


Prices depend on the amount of people in your group and on the period. Advance bookings will get better prices. We offer discounts to large parties and kids. Contact us for more info.

Weather restrictions

The tour takes places rain or shine.

Dressing code

Comfortable shoes, a small bottle of water and a hat are recommended.

Age groups

Suitable for everybody.


You will not be standing in the entrance line and you will have a great guide only for you!

How to reach us

The best way to make your way in Venice is by walking and by waterbus. If you are taking more than one ride it is preferable you buy a one-day pass. Remember there are no cars in Venice!

Saint Mark's Basilica

Basilica of Saint Mark

It is the Cathedral of Venice and one of the most beautiful medieval churches in the world

It contains spectacular byzanthine mosaics and other precious artworks and unique relics. It is a true architecture wonder and the main landmark in Venice together with its high bell tower.

Marco Polo's House

Marco Polo House

The house where the most famous traveller of history was born.

Marco Polo was born in Venice in this block and lived here with his family before making his long trip to Asia than made him a legend. The house is a gorgeous example of medieval residential architecture in the city.

Doge's Palace

The Menorah

The Doges were the rulers of Venice for centuries and this was their residence

The Doges' palace is a unique Renaissance architecture masterpiece. The interior displays works by Tintoretto, Titian, Veronese, Bassano and the best artists of Venice.

Rialto Bridge

The Roman Forum

It is one of the most beautiful Renaissance bridges in the world and one of the architectural icons of the city

It is the oldest of the four bridges on the Grand Canal connecting the trade hub of the Ancient city to the religious center of Saint Mark.

Campo San Giovanni e Paolo

The Senate House

The Church of Saint John and Paul is a magnificent medieval masterpiece of architecture that hosts the tombs of many Doges, the old rulers of Venice.

The square in front of the church is one of the most spectacular sites in the city surrounded by a Renaissance hospital with colorful marble facade and other interesting monuments including the horse statue of captain Colleoni.

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Meeting Point

Our meeting point is just below the clock tower in Saint Mark's square the most visited site in Venice. For details about our meeting point contact us by email or use the form.

San Marco Meeting Point

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  • Wendy M.
    McLean, Virginia

    We had the pleasure of having Bruno as a tour guide - and he was worth every penny. He really knew how to make the Colosseum and Forum come alive and be interesting for my kids (ages 11 and 9). I highly recommend him!

  • Rory K.
    Los Angeles

    This was not just your dry tour of facts and dates but lots of interesting and fun snippets about the roman way of life. I would throughly recommend this tour, Nicolo was superb, knowledgeable funny and passionate, he also recommended some restaurants which were very good.

  • Shannon F

    Our tour of the Roman Forum and the Colosseum with Bruno was fantastic! We were a larger group of 11 family members, ages 45 to 13, and Bruno keep us all interested and engaged. While showing us the amazing sights, he asked us many questions about the history, making a fun learning game of all of the facts. He was very knowledgeable and kind and passionate about showing us Rome as he saw it. He took and shared a wonderful picture of our family together in the Forum! It was a special day for us, thanks to Bruno! Thank you so much, Bruno!!

  • Patricia T.
    New York

    A full 3 hours and he even went a little over. The personal, small group tour was so much better than a bigger group tour which we did at other places and the price is still reasonable. Bruno is extremely knowledgeable and passionate about Rome and its history. The whole thing was very educational but he made sure to make it fun and funny too. Overall a great experience and totally worth it. Without a guide it is hard to know what you are looking at and understand it all and I cant imagine one better than Bruno. Highly recommend

  • Penny V.
    United Kingdom

    Our tour with Bruno was on the hottest day of our Italian vacation but Bruno kept our kids engaged and happy throughout the three hours we spent with him touring the Colosseum and the Roman Forum. Bruno was very updated on US culture and related very well to our children through TV shows and movies they were familiar with from home. He also played a long running game with them asking them trivia questions throughout the tour while talking about ancient Roman history and the architecture of the Colosseum. My 7 year old son remembers Bruno very fondly and calls this his #1 tour. Bruno was very knowledgeable and although my wife and I have visited Rome in the past, we also learnt a number of new things during the tour.

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You can add these sites and activities to your this tour

If you want to prolong your experience with us check the other activities we offer that can be attached to the standard itinerary. We run them...and we guarantee their quality!

Two hours extra to visit the Accademia Galleries

Leonardo's Vitruvian Man

The Accademia Galleries is one of the most interesting Renaissance museums in Europe and contains the famous Vitruvian Man drawing by Leonardo.

You will visit a great collaction of XV and XVI century paintings including masterpieces by Tintoretto, Tiziano, Canaletto Giorgione, Bellini, Carpaccio and Veronese.

Two hours extra to the Jewish Ghetto

Michelangelo's Moses

The old Ghetto is one of the most pictoresque districts of Venice away from the beaten tracks

The English word ghetto derives from the name of this Venetian area where in the XVI century the jewish community was segregated. You will see the old sinagogues traditional shops and charming architecture.