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Sforza Castle and Michelangelo's Pietà Rondanini Tour

1. Sforza Castle and Michelangelo's Pietà Rondanini Tour

Discover the imprint Michelangelo and Leonardo Da Vinci left on Milan on this guided tour with an expert guide. Visit Sforza Castle and the Duomo and see Michelangelo's Pietà Rondanini. Florence is not the only Renaissance city in Italy. You can still find some traces of that period in Milan as well. Unveil the last masterpiece from Michelangelo right in Sforza Castle, located in the heart of Milan. A few steps away from Duomo, the Cathedral, one of the most beautiful pieces of art is resting, the Pietà Rondanini by Michelangelo. He created this amazing sculpture when he was 89 years old, only a few days before his death. Along the way, listen to fascinating true stories about Da Vinci as well. At the end of the tour, visit the courtyard and the interior of the Castle and learn about Milan’s powerful families.

Milan: Universo Daverio Entry and Guided Tour

2. Milan: Universo Daverio Entry and Guided Tour

In 2010 the refectory of the unknown Dominican convent S. Agostino Bianco, in Palazzo Ravizza in Milan, came back to light. Today the refectory is destined to be an intimate library that preserves and enhances the entire Daverio collection, in memory of the art critic, not only historian but also gallerist and academic. Under the vault, moved in essential arches by Bramantesca, the shadow of the fifteenth-century Crucifixion by Donato Montorfano, dated 1496, emerges on a wall. The fresco hidden in the small refectory preserves a reduced version of the design that is entirely identical to that visible in the Basilica of Santa Maria delle Grazie. The history of the convent and its frescoed refectory, testimony of the glorious Duchy of Sforzesco, runs parallel to that of Casa degli Atellani and the city of Milan.

Milan: Tour Parco Sempione with aperitif on the Branca Tower

3. Milan: Tour Parco Sempione with aperitif on the Branca Tower

Visit Branca Tower, an iron structure that offers by elevator an ascent to a terrace overlooking the city. Observe from the terrace the Castello Sforzesco, and a little further away from the monuments of the historic center, the new neighborhoods and modern glass cathedrals, and the mountains. At one of the most iconic towers of Milan, take the opportunity to admire the city from another point of view. From an exceptional site, we will recognize the most important monuments and buildings of Milan, with the help of our guide. Enjoy an aperitif on the high up, private area of the terrace at Branca tower, and let the architecture and nature of the landscape soak in.

Milan: Private Walking Tour of Porta Nuova

4. Milan: Private Walking Tour of Porta Nuova

Learn more about skyscrapers like the Unicredit Tower, the Diamantone, and the Bosco Verticale on this private walking tour in Milan. Meet your guide and stroll around Porta Nuova to admire avant-garde architectural style of the buildings. Discover eco-sustainable architecture. Hear the history of the neighborhood. Walk to Piazza Gae Aulenti, one of the most representative buildings of the Milanese urban center. Marvel at verdant Bosco Verticale designed by Stefano Boeri. Continue to the Unicredit Tower by César Pelli which towers over the square in front of its 226-meter-high spire. Admire the diamond-like shape of Diamantone which contrasts with the historic architecture of Piazza Repubblica. Visit the Library of Trees, the modern green lung of Milan. Listen to your guide reveal these hi-tech cathedrals in a new light.

3-Hour Milano Segway PT Authorized Tour

5. 3-Hour Milano Segway PT Authorized Tour

Looking for a different way to see Milan? Why not take in the sights of this beautiful city by Segway. This comprehensive tour kicks off at the Sforza Castle, in front of Filarete Tower. Then, it’s across the strikingly huge Army Courtyard to Ducal Court, a residential area built during the time of Ludovic il Moro. Next you’ll see the ancient Barchio, the 15th-century hunting ground of the Milanese Ducal family, before skirting the Mermaids Bridge and heading towards the Triennale Museum and the Branca Tower, offering you a unique insight into the history of Milan. You’ll get to experience Milan’s breathtaking skyline with a ride of Branca Tower’s lift, presenting a unique perspective of the city’s modern façade, including the cathedral, stadium and the Pirelli skyscraper. The highlights don’t stop there. There is still the Merchant’s Square, the gold-plated Madonnina statue, the statue of 19th century poet and novelist Alessandro Manzoni, and the rear façade of Milan’s City Hall to see. The tour winds down with a trip towards Piazza della Scala, where you’ll find the famous Opera House, before concluding back at Filarete Tower.

Milan: Sforza Castle and Parco Sempione Private Walking Tour

6. Milan: Sforza Castle and Parco Sempione Private Walking Tour

With a guided tour of the Castello Sforzesco and the civic museums in Milan, experience the charm of courtly life, ladies and knights, and Gothic legends. Skip the ticket lines at Castello Sforzesco (Sforza Castle) and the Museum of Ancient Art before visiting Parco Sempione and Arean Civica. Marvel at the architecture of Castello Sforzesco, then visit its interior to rediscover the more distant history of the city of Milan, as witnessed by the sculptural treasures of the Museum of Ancient Art. Moving through the rooms of the castle, admire the masterpieces kept inside, from the Sala delle Asse by Leonardo da Vinci to the Pietà Rondanini by Michelangelo, and other priceless gems of the Milanese Middle Ages and Renaissance. Later, pass the 15th-century courtyards of the castle to Parco Sempione for a stroll through the greenery of the park, where the hunting grounds of the Lords of Milan once stood. Learn about the history of the area as you explore among the tree-lined avenues and the numerous monuments. In the green heart of Milan, designed by the architect Emilio Alemagna, follow your guide on an itinerary that leads from the Fontana dell'Acqua Marcia to the romantic Ponte delle Sirenette (once suspended over the Naviglio). Continue to the Bagni Misteriosi di Giorgio De Chirico (a treasure sometimes forgotten by the Milanese themselves) and the Civic Aquarium of Milan. The aquarium is housed in a one-of-a-kind building, an example of Art Nouveau architecture and the only surviving building of an exhibition apparatus built for the universal exhibition held in Milan over a century ago. Not far from the aquarium, at the edge of the park, discover the Arena Civica, now a temple of sport in the city center: it was Napoleon who wanted it that way. Marvel at an amphitheater that could accommodate 30,000 people for celebrations and public performances under the Milanese sky.

From Milan: Monza Royal Palace and Walking Tour by Bus

7. From Milan: Monza Royal Palace and Walking Tour by Bus

At 09:15 AM meeting point in Repubblica Square and boarding on a Luxury bus, departure for Monza. A comfortable bus will take you in the neighbor of Milan and will take a part in a special guided tour of Historical city centre of Monza and his superb Royal Palace; enjoy the unique parkland and immerse in the green landscape of the Royal Courtyards Arrival in Monza and meet your private guide. Enjoy an amazing walking tour through the narrow streets of the historic centr, will visite the main square with the Cathedral where is kept the famous Teodolinda Crown, will discover the main roman and medioeval buildings, “Arena bridge” Lambro street Tower and S.Maria Church, after two hours we will arrive at the gates of the magnificent Palace. Guided tour with skip the line tickets, will see first noble floor, second noble floor, Royal apartments and the Hall of Honor. Free time for lunch and free tour in the Courtyards. Special private guided tour inside the Court Theatre, little architectural gem built in the Napoleonic era. Return transfer to Milan by bus.

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Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 28 reviews

The Castello is an interesting building with several fascinating exhibitions. There is a lot to see there. The Castello reflects the complex and eventful history of Milan. A lot is revealed here only at second glance! A visit is therefore highly recommended. In addition, we had a very friendly and knowledgeable guide who designed a very exciting and informative tour. His language skills were very good and he always answered our questions. All in all, a really all-round successful and entertaining tour!

Simon was passionate and exciting! Highly recommend, we had a great time and the tour was very informative! A big congratulations

The guide Simone spaggiari was excellent! He explained to us very well, very friendly and attentive!

excellent guide with extensive expertise, great to have the Castello presented so professionally

The castle is a must see and I would really recommend taking a private guide!