Milan from Lake Maggiore
Milan tour from Lake Maggiore
Explore the monuments and attractions of Milan on a full-day tour from Stresa,Baveno and Pallanza with plenty of free time in the afternoon to shop or visit the museum of the famous La Scala opera house. Admire the impressive fortress of Sforza Castle, and much more.
Alternatively, spend the afternoon in the glass-covered Galleria Vittoria Emanuele, a beautiful Belle Epoque arcade of boutique stores across 4 floors. Go to the museum of the world famous La Scala Opera House, or simply peruse the exclusive boutiques and grand department stores that Milan is famous for.
Lake Maggiore, north of Milan, is on the border of Italy’s Lombardy and Piedmont regions and the northern part of the lake extends into southern Switzerland.
• Return transfers by tour bus
• Guide service from Stresa, Baveno and Pallanza
• Local guide in Milan
What’s Not Included:
• Meals and refreshments
• Entrance to La Scala Museum (optional suggestions for the afternoon)
• Lift fee to the cathedral rooftop (optional suggestions for the afternoon)
Good to Know:
• Please note that proper attire is required to enter the Cathedral, and for the cemetery. Please wear appropriate clothing, or bring something to cover your shoulders and knees
• Visitors to the Cathedral can buy a photography ticket if they wish to take photos inside for private use ( EUR 2)
• Please note that at La Scala Museum you will only be able to view the theater if no rehearsals are taking place
• Please advise of any special requirements on booking
Expo 2015 is is wringing all sorts of changes in Milan. Finally, after an 8-year, 12 million euro restructuring operation, Milan’s Museo del Duomo (Cathedral Museum) threw open its doors again to the public on the Feast of St. Charles Borromeo, erstwhile pastor of Milan and patron saint of Lombardy. The inauguration was attended by large number of curious citizens and numerous institutional representatives, including the Mayor, Giuliano Pisapia, the Deputy Mayor, Ada Lucia De Cesaris, the Bishop of Milan, Cardinal Angelo Scola, the CEO of Expo 2015, Giuseppe Sala, and the Governor of Lombardy, Roberto Maroni.
13 themed spaces, 27 galleries and 2000 m2 of historical and cultural heritage provide an overview of the entire history of Milan’s symbolic cathedral, from the laying of the first stone in 1386, right through the Middle Ages, via the Viscontis, Sforzas and Borromeos, to the modern age and the genesis of the famous, iconic “Madunina”. In the run-up to and during Expo 2015, the museum will be open every day (except Monday), with late night openings on Thursdays and Saturdays.
In addition, we can also offer other exclusive activities and itineraries customized to your needs, with a guided tour of the Gardens and Palaces.
Every tour is customized to the size of the group, the season, the budget and the atmosphere of the event.
Lake Maggiore Destination Management Company, creativity and efficiency are at your disposal, to make your event on Lake Maggiore a success
We provide hotel bookings, events, team building events and transfers from: Stresa, Baveno, Pallanza, Laveno, Ghiffa, Belgirate, Arona and Verbania