Tours from Milan


Trips from the Capital of Fashion

Taking a tour from Milan opens your eyes to not only the beauty this city has to offer, but beyond its walls too. A world capital of fashion and culture, home to Leonardo Da Vinci’s Last Supper, and the birthplace of Gorgonzola: Milan is an unmissable metropolis to tour Italy from.

You could easily spend a few days here, while touring Europe. But be warned: you might be lured in by the distinctive food and addictive shopping, never finding the will to drag yourself away. Luckily we provide the option of 3 - 4 day tours, 6-day trips and 13-day tours, ensuring there is something for all lengths of stay.

But what about when you start craving something a little different? Perhaps an incredible view of luscious green and brilliant orange? Well, that's easy. Hop on one of our small-group tours. We'd love to show off the Swiss Alps and the south of Italy. We love them so much, we wish we could take credit for their beauty... but that they did all on their own.


Getting the Most from Your Milan Tour

To ensure you soak in all the beauty this little booted country has to offer, plan your European tour prior to arriving. Restaurants, attractions and top sights, we’d hate for you to miss out.

Experiences to Capture

Have your camera at the ready, because we’d hate for you to miss this. Tours from Milan provides culture, charm and colours that capture your imagination. What will you see first?

Did You Know?

- You can find pink flamingos in the park of Villa Invernizzi. While closed to the public, you can still sneak a peek through the gates.

- Public transport in Milan is actually reliable! Being one of the most developed in Europe, Italy houses the largest tram network in the world.

Don't Miss Out

- For all lovers of designer items, the fashion district is where you’ll want to go before taking a tour out of the city.

- Visiting Da Vinci’s The Last Supper painting in one of Italy’s many UNESCO World Heritage Sites. After all, It’s inspired so many authors, actors and artists.