Along this itinerary we are going to discover the historical and cultural heritage
of Milan through its classical landmarks.

Starting out from the Dome and its gothic spires and take in a sweeping view to the city…

…we are heading to the Vittorio Emanuele Gallery, the Milanese lounge, and its many made-in-Italy brand shops on our way to the lovely Piazza della Scala overlooking the more well-known Scala Theatre, the shrine of worldwide Opera.

We are going to visit the Castello Sforzesco, its yards and its museums, including the one that houses the Pietà Rondanini by Michelangelo and then walk along the castle’s battlements.

Next we are going to admire Leonardo da Vinci’s masterpiece
“The Last Supper” at the Cenacolo and the Da Vinci’s enchanted treasure hiding in the Vineyards.

Next on our sightseeing tour we are going to find out about the city’s masterpieces of architecture over the different periods: from the Roman age to the Middle Ages and Renaissance, to Romanticism and the Baroque, the Italian 900, Futurism, the Post-War period all the way to the towers of Design.

Finally, we are going to make a stop at the main art collections in the many museums around town: the Pinacoteca di Brera, the Veneranda Biblioteca Ambrosiama, Museum of 900, Poldi Pezzoli Palace, the Galleries of Italy, Pac (Pavillion of Contemporary Art).