Free Walking Tours Milan

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 Supper, and masterpieces of architecture and sculpture from all ages. Milan is undoubtedly a city of incredible vibrancy that will leave all travelers astounded.

Praised as the wealthiest city of Italy, Milan is a dream destination for those seeking the best restaurants and the most sophisticated shopping experience in Europe. Find the best Free Tour in Milan to let a local guide show you the best hidden places and must-see landmarks!

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Which are the Best Free Tours in Milan?

Inhabited since the 400BC, Milan is an ancient city with a complex past. Romans, Huns, Lombards and many other civilizations left a visible imprint in the culture and architecture of this energetic capital.

Make the most of your trip walking along the glamorous avenues of Milan with experienced English speaking guides who will make you feel at home!

These are just some of the landmarks you can’t miss on a Free Tour in Milan:

  • The awe-inspiring Duomo, one of the most iconic buildings in the world. This enormous Gothic style cathedral took hundreds of workers and more than six centuries to be completed.
  • The majestic Castello Sforzesco, one of the largest citadels in Europe. It is currently home to amazing art exhibitions and atmospheric courtyards perfect for chilling out after a long day of sightseeing.

Come to Milan and discover the economic capital of Italy, a vibrant business and tourist destination with an exciting cultural life!

Visit Navigli, a picturesque neighborhood with charming avenues and the perfect place to go for a typical Italian aperitivo!

Even if you’re not a connoisseur of opera, you won’t regret spending some time admiring the imposing Teatro La Scala. You will learn shocking stories about the singers and composers that made this place one of the most important opera houses in the world!

As the host of the world-renowned Milan Fashion Week, this city is a hub for all things fashion and shopping. If you enjoy sartorial style, walking under the stunning ceilings of Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II or window-shopping around the “Golden Triangle” of luxury boutiques will be an unforgettable experience!

There are so many attractions and Free Tours you can choose in Milan! Book now and get to know this amazing city, its history and culture.

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!

Milan Free Walking Tour

We recommend joining this tour to lose yourself in the amazing capital of the Lombardy Region, and get amazed by its impressive monuments. Discover every single corner of Milan and enjoy the most popular city in the north of Italy.

What is a Free Tour?

Free Tours are walks provided by passionate local guides without requesting any upfront payments. They allow every traveler, no matter their budget, to experience and enjoy what a place has to offer. 

Who takes Free Tours?

Free Tours guests are travelers of all ages and backgrounds seeking to enjoy authentic experiences. Independent tourists usually book Free Tours because they are looking for special activities, where they can learn historical facts, but also get an overview about the local culture, environment, and people.

Are Free Tours really Free?

Yes. Free Tours run on a “Pay-What-It’s-Worth” basis, so they are completely free unless you decide to make a contribution according to how much you enjoyed the experience. Guides appreciate receiving tips of any amounts at the end of the tour, but it’s completely voluntary to do so.

Do I have to book my Free Tour?

Yes. It’s mandatory to make a booking to ensure group sizes remain manageable and Guides can provide a better experience for all guests. Making a booking is absolutely free and it will take you less than one minute!