Milan is the absolute behemoth of the city and has the largest metropolitan area in Italy, with 1.3 million inhabitants and 3.2 million in the wider area around central Milan. Any kind of human settlement has been present in the Milan region for thousands of years, and the archeological finds date back to 222 BC. During one time, however, Milan was the capital of the Western Roman Empire. In the antiquity, the Middle Ages, and later, Milan prospered greatly because of its dominant role in the mainland of Italy. While the city was ravaged during the Second World War, it recovered and experienced a major economic boom that was responsible for its tremendous growth and expansion. It's easy to get there and riding around the city on a tour bus is a versatile and relaxing way to visit Milan.
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Perhaps you're not sure what places to visit in Milan yet? We have a range of suggestions for you.
1. Milan Cathedral
The Cathedral of Milan is a truly majestic building, renowned for its beautiful architecture, and it has taken more than 600 years to complete. Located in the center of Milan, in Piazza del Duomo, the cathedral was built in 1386 but not officially completed until 1965. With an Italian Gothic theme, the front façade of the cathedral is completely beautiful and adorned with various columns, sculptures and decorations. The interior is just as beautiful and contains some spectacular colorful stained glass windows; in addition, between the central columns, there is a magnificent display of artwork and some finely crafted sculptures. Coach Charter Europe
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The Duomo in Milan is not yet another cathedral. It's the most important sign of the city in the center of it all. The building of this majestic Gothic cathedral started at the end of the 14th century and lasted hundreds of years (it is not uncommon to see scaffolding on the façade or on the back of the church as it is still under building). Although there is plenty to see inside the cathedral, a visit to the top – through stairs or an elevator – is an absolute must to see Milan's changing skyline, with the old and the new coming together.
3. Church of Santa Maria delle Grazie
This church can be found on the Corso Magenta and is situated on the opposite side of Milan to the Duomo. The house is one of the greatest architectural masterpieces in the world – the Last Supper of Leonardo di Vinci. Hailed as a magnificent work of art, this mural depicts the scene of the Last Supper as described in the Bible. Throughout the years, this piece of art has been researched and examined for its hidden meaning and quality. Board your charter bus and let your driver take you safely to this amazing piece of art and marvel at the accuracy and meaning of this iconic image.
4. Pinacoteca di Brera
Located in the Palazzo Brera, the Pinacoteca is a fine art gallery with a wide collection of Italian art. In earlier years, the palace served as a monastery and a national library, and only in the 19th century did it become a museum. Works such as the Marriage of the Virgin by Raphael, Pieta by Bellini, the Last Supper by Rubens and the Adoration of the Magi by Correggio can be found in the gallery. Our charter bus will drive you there.
5. Grand Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II
When you walk into the Grand Gallery, you might think you were standing inside the entrance hall of an opera house or a castle – not a shopping centre. But this is essentially what the Galleria is – an extremely opulent and spacious indoor shopping centre. Built in 1877, it is one of the oldest shopping malls in the world, designed by Guiseppe Mengoni. The cross-shaped mall is enclosed by four glass paneled arms that allow the sun to shine beautifully, while the walls and shop fronts are decorated with ornate paneling and stucco artw. Abus rental at our bus company should make it easier for your party to get there.
6. Teatro alla Scala
The Teatro alla Scala has remained one of the finest opera theaters in Europe since it was established by the Archduchess Maria Theresa in the late 18th century. We would highly recommend a night out in this beautiful auditorium, it's just an experience like no other. But if you don't have time to sit through an opera night, visit the museum instead, where you can at least place your eyes on the stunning red and golden interior. Our charter bus will be a good partner to discover this one of the best opera theaters in Europe.
7. Sant Ambrogio
This ancient building is one of the oldest in Milan, designed in AD 379 by St. Ambrose. With a simple Romanesque style, the architecture of this church has not changed much since its construction and the city of Milan was built around it, as it has served as a focal point for the local population. Two wide towers frame the front façade, and a central courtyard frames a series of ornate arches. The interior of the church, due to its age, features some beautiful mosaics and works of art, including. Tour Bus will take care of your community transport here.
8. Piazza dei Mercanti
Piazza Mercantí is one of the most beautiful squares in Milan. This square is home to some of the most famous medieval buildings in the world. Piazza Mercanti is a picturesque square in Milan, very close to the Duomo. During the Middle Ages, the square was the commercial and governmental center of the city. It's not currently playing the same role, but it's still a charming medieval area, home to a number of unusual buildings.
9. Milan Archaeology Museum
Dedicated to the heritage of ancient Milan, this museum is truly interesting and gives you a glimpse into a long history. Located in the Chiesa di San Maurizio al Monastero Maggiore, the first section of the museum details the history of the Middle Ages, while the second portion of the basement includes a variety of works of art and sculptures. Numerous archeological remains, theatrical masks, pottery and weapons are part of the large collection. Our bus company will make sure that you arrive safely and soundly at this spectacular and iconic landmark of Milan.
10. San Siro Stadium
Possibly one of the most famous and well-known stadiums in the world, San Siro has been one of Italy's leading sports venues since 1926. With a capacity of just over 80,000, it was one of the largest stadiums in Europe and one of the most famous stadiums during World Cup 34 and World Cup 90. If you visit the stadium, you can see the famous circular towers with large heights, and the huge roof that partially covers the pitch. Only AC Milan and Inter Milan are playing on this beautiful pitch, and the atmosphere at their home games is simply fantastic. Chartered Bus by Coach Charter Germany will get you there early.
Your airport shuttle bus by Coach Charter Germany bus company will pick you up from Milan Malpensa Airport or any other place of your choosing. If you're planning to visit Milan, hiring a private airport shuttle bus and driver is a soothing, secure, versatile and comfortable way to fly. If you need a solution for a large group trip or just a family trip, Coach Charter Germany is a charter bus company that you can partner with to make your trip a success. We are a tour bus company with more than 40 years of experience, we have the fleet, drivers and know-how to make your Milan experience perfect.