Discover the wonderful churches of Milan with this exclusive tour: the Basilica of Sant'Ambrogio, the Church of San Lorenzo and the Church of Sant'Eustorgio.
Available every Saturday at 3pm.
Meeting Point: entrance of the Basilica of Sant'Amrbogio.
Duration: 1 hour and a half.
Tour will only be confirmed when a minimum number of 10 people is reached.
- For cancellations communicated in writing atâ?¨ least seven (7) days prior to the booked date, we will refund the full fee.
- For cancellations between six and three days prior to the excursion, 50% ofâ?¨the fee will have to be paid.
- From two days prior to the excursion departure, no refund will be granted.
- No refund will be granted to any client who is not at the place of departure at the time established. Similarly, no refund will be granted to clients who lose contact with the guide or who do not complete the visit.
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Great Churches of Milan. A Guided Visit
Discover the wonderful churches of Milan with this exclusive tour. The tour starts at Sant'Ambrogio, one of the oldest churches in Milan and the second most important after the Duomo. This marvelous Romanesque jewel was founded by Archbishop Sant'Ambrogio in the 4th century, now the patron saint of Milan. For many Milanese people this is the church of Milan, even more than the celebrated Duomo.
Through the picturesque old streets of the city center, you will reach the Basilica of San Lorenzo, an impressive church encompassing a variety of architectural styles from the Byzantine to Renaissance, from Mannerism to Baroque. In front of the church stands a row of columns dating back to the time when Milan was capital of the Roman Empire. Known as the “Columns of San Lorenzo," they are now a popular meeting point for younger Milanese and a great place for an evening cocktail.
Continuing on through a park, you will reach one of the most impressive gems of the Renaissance in Milan – the beautiful church of Sant'Eustorgio with its magnificent Portinari Chapel, one of the most stunning examples of the Lombardy Renaissance (discounted entrance fee for MilanoCard holders). This church originally housed the remains of the Three Wise Men too.