Milan seems to have it all - arts, culture, fashion, and even Italy's stock exchange. Home to Leonardo da Vinci's famous painting "The Last Super" and the iconic Duomo, Milan is undoubtedly a city of incredible art culture that will leave anyone astounded. Witnessing the works of art that exist in this fabulous city is enough to make you want to come back and see them again.
Their main attraction is the Milan Duomo, one of the most iconic buildings in the world, and one of the most incredible architectural structures her built. This Gothic style cathedral began construction in 1296 but was amazingly not completed until 1436. This can be attested to the church's incredible size and astounding detail including Gothic and Renaissance architecture.
Milan is also the home of Italy's stock exchange, making it the industrial powerhouse of the country. Lastly, as the host of the Milan Fashion Week, this city is a hub for all things fashion and shopping.
Free Tours and other activities in Milan
More Free Tours in Milan
One of the best ways to see Milan is by foot. Join one of their free walking tours and experience the best that Milan has to offer without breaking the bank!
This free tour is hosted by some of the most entertaining and friendly guides around. Check out the top attractions as well as some of the lesser known sights. This 3.5-hour tour includes a break in the middle and is given in fluent English. Check out the Duomo, Milan State University, Ossario Chapel, and many other excellent sites!
The Frog Walking Tour is another popular free walking tour in Milan. Tours dates vary, so we recommend that you check their website for the most up to date information. All tours run for about two hours. The guides are passionate about their city, knowledgeable about the sights, fluent in English, and very excited to show you around!
This pre-book only tour is held in the afternoon and runs for one hour from central Milan. Stop by the top attractions in the city including Leonardo da Vinci’s “The Last Supper” in the Santa Maria delle Grazie, Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, and Sforza Castle. See everything you wanted to see in Milan and more in only 3.5 hours!