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4.6 / 5
based on 783 reviews

Interesting walk with an informative guide.

After a very interesting walk with an informative guide, we had the privilege of a hassle and wait free entry to view Da Vinci's Last Supper. Very happy with the activity and the value for money of this activity provided by City Wonders Ltd of Milan. The person checking our tickets before the activity began was prompt at the designated meeting point.

Great tour with a fun and knowledgeable guide! Highly recommended!

Great to experience the highlights in Milan with Conrad who is a fantastic guide. We had a short wait to enter the Duomo during which he was able to engage us with interesting facts about Milan and answering some pretty specific questions! Really enjoyable afternoon and finishing with The Last Supper was just incredible. Highly recommend this tour!

Excellent introduction to Milanese lifestyle

3 hours well spent learning about the Brera area and North Italian food. Our guide was charming and enthusiastic leading through the streets to an excellent selection of local speciality cafes and shops. Group size of 7 was ideal. I think maybe 12 would be too many.

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So much information and inspiration alltogether

Marica is an incredible guide who knows a great deal of each site and links places to history in a marvelous way. Tracking the history of Milan is not easy, neither from a political nor from a religious perspectiva but she made it so easy for us, we just loved it.

Amazing! Informative and thoroughly enjoyable.

We were only in Milan for a short time so we decided to sign up for this tour. We we’re really glad we did. Our guide, Simon, was very knowledgeable and friendly; brilliant tour guide. We would definitely recommend it to anyone visiting Milan.

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