Tour Code: M2
Watch Milan from the cathedral roof! Live a breathtaking experience walking through the naves of the duomo of Milan and then climb up to its rooftop and admire a fascinating panoramic view over the city, and beyond, to the natural “ring” composed by the Alps.
Book now our Milan cathedral roof tour and get the possibility to unveil the hidden beauty of one of the largest churches of the world, follow our guides, revealing every characteristic of the Duomo, starting from the facade and the doors, to the long history of its construction. Get the most from your holidays and enjoy the most enticing sight of this landscape from the rooftop: it will be most definitely worth it!
Our group tours starts in front of the central door of Milan cathedral, where you will find one of our expert English speaking guides. First we will introduce the monument, with an entertaining description of its architecture style, then we will enter inside the Duomo of Milan, to discover each column, the choir, the several important paintings and the dome, ending with the many legends and secrets that the place still hides! Exploring the cathedral means to explore the past of the entire Europe.
The second part of the Tour will take you at the elevator’s entrance, so you could reach the terrace of the Duomo, without climbing some 200 strenuous steps!
The roof consists of a system of sloping and accessible terraces, with connecting walkways and stairs. You can almost reach and touch all the flying buttresses,
crockets, spires and statues. Have you ever meet a gargoyle?
Look to the charming skyline of Milan from the rooftop, while the guide will explain you all the delightful buildings you can see from the top, from the Vittorio Emanuele II Gallery, the San Siro Stadium and the most contemporary district of the town, representing the actual life in the city, in constant movement and evolution.
There’s nothing more romantic and captivating than this flawless view.
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