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From Milan: Serravalle Outlet Return Shuttle Transfer

1. From Milan: Serravalle Outlet Return Shuttle Transfer

Your experience will begin as you depart in the morning from Milan from either Central Station, the Corso Buenos Aires, and Piazza Duomo. From there you will travel to the Serravelle Outlet where you can spend the day at your leisure. Enjoy a shopping experience at the largest outlet in Europe, saving up to 70% on some of the world's most iconic brands: Gucci, Prada, Saint Laurent, Fendi, Off White, Burberry, Givenchy, Jimmy Choo, Polo Ralph Lauren, Loro Piana, Salvatore Ferragamo, Versace, Ermenegildo Zegna, Moncler, Nike and many more.

The Last Supper Skip-the-Line Ticket & Milan Tram Tour

2. The Last Supper Skip-the-Line Ticket & Milan Tram Tour

Your 3-hour tour begins at the Church of Santa Maria delle Grazie, where your guide will tell you a bit about the structure before leading you through its famous refectory to Leonardo Da Vinci’s masterpiece, The Last Supper. Entry is strictly limited to those who have pre-booked, largely due to the delicate nature of this painting and its importance. You won’t have to wait in line with your privileged admission ticket! After seeing The Last Supper, your tour continues to the lovely small cloister of Santa Maria delle Grazie before heading on to Piazzale Cadorna. Visit the Sforza Castle, situated in the largest park in Milan, and listen to your guide’s commentary on its history. From the castle, you’ll see the Arch of Peace, a symbol of Milan, built in the early 19th century under the direction of Napoleon. Then it will be time to board a vintage tram from the 1930s for your tour through central Milan. Line 1 crosses the entire city center. Take a walk through the city center which includes fashion districts such as Montenapoleone, Piazza Belgioioso, Piazza Meda, and Via Omenoni, before reaching La Scala Opera House.

Milan: 2.5-Hour City Tour by Tram

3. Milan: 2.5-Hour City Tour by Tram

Discover Milan on a slow tram ride through the city center, starting in Piazzale Cadorna, under the famous "Needle-and-Thread" monument. Visit Sforza Castle, where your guide will tell you the history of the Ducal residence and one of the largest citadels in Europe. Located at the margins of Sempione Park, the castle provides panoramic views of the Arch of Peace, Milan’s commemorative arch, built by Luigi Cagnola at the request of Napoleon. Traveling on Line No. 1, cross the city center to see the historic streetcars of the 1930s. Pass through the Brera district en route to Cordusio, the heart of Milan’s Financial District. Then, take a walking tour of the city center to see the imposing Duomo (Cathedral), covered Galleria Vittorio Emanuele, and La Scala Opera House. Back on Tram No. 1, ride through the Fashion District. Pass the consulate buildings of the Diplomatic Quarters, and admire the monuments of Piazza della Repubblica. The tour ends on Corso Buenos Aires, one of Milan’s main shopping avenues, making for a perfect drop off to enjoy some free time to shop!

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What people are saying about Corso Buenos Aires

Overall rating

4.7 / 5

based on 161 reviews

On the outward journey we were told that we had the choice of 2 times for the return journey. We wanted the earliest time . The driver on this bus did not know the booking through get your guide and did not let us on the bus. He couldn't speak English either. When his bus was almost full, he went to another, random bus, asking if anyone could speak English.. 1 of passengers translated. This came to nothing. In the end I was very clear with the question whether we could come along or not ... in the end this went with some reluctance ... badly arranged ... and then also a driver who does not speak English ....

All the places I read said an hour's drive away, but we actually sat for about two hours on the bus, and it was a bit difficult.

Have a great day in a nice space and many shops. Don't expect bargains. only offers

Meeting point easy to find, impeccable route. Beautiful day in Serravalle.

Super experience enjoyed every bit got everything needed