Project Description


A city with many souls, over the years Milan has transformed into the Italian economic capital and creative city of fashion, innovation and design.
An accessible private van will offer roundtrip transportation from your hotel located in Milan or from the main stations and airports to the very city center: from here, you will start to discover the most famous monuments of Milan in a fully accessible daily visit.
A bilingual guide expert in art history will walk you around the capital of Lombardia. You will leave from Piazza del Duomo, the center of the city, where lies the symbolic church dedicated to Santa Maria Nascente. It is the most important testimony of Gothic architecture in Italy, full of spiers and sculptures.

It enchants for its extraordinary sculptural complexity, for its grandiose windows and for its verticality. The Terrace of the Duomo, which accessible via lift, offers an extraordinary view of the city; the spiers, whose height reaches 108 meters, include the world-renowned the statue of the Madonnina at the top.

The square is also overlooked by the Royal Palace, now an exhibition space that hosts prestigious exhibitions, the Museo del Novecento and the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, considered the living room of Milan with famous restaurants such as Cracco and Savini and fashion shops such as Prada and Armani inside. This could be the occasion to taste an espresso coffee in the beauties of the Gallery and a bustle of tourists shopping.

The tour continues with an ad hoc route towards piazza Mercanti, piazza Cordusio and via Dante, until Castello Sforzesco. This castle, which also inspired the architecture of the Cremlin in Moscow, houses countless art collections, such as the “Pietà Rondanini”, the latest and unfinished work by Michelangelo Buonarroti.
The morning will end with lunch in a typical accessible traditional restaurant. Among the various local dishes, Outreach’s advice is to try the “Milanese risotto” with the inimitable yellow color given to it by the saffron.

In the afternoon, you can relax among the shops in via Buenos Aires, one of the longest shopping areas in Europe boasting more than 350 shops. You will discover firsthand why Milan is nicknamed “The Italian Capital of Fashion”.