Highlights and hidden gems of Milan Bike Tour

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  • 3.5 hr

We are the first and original bike tour of Milan designed to offer you a well-balanced mix of unmissable touristic attractions and a special selection of local secrets and hidden gems. You will experience the cosy and friendly atmosphere of a small group, riding your beautiful and comfy bicycle at a leisurely pace. Join us on the very first day of your visit and you will benefit from a complete overview of the city, historical and contemporary, old and new. This will help you decide which unique and personal stops you’d like to further explore after the bike tour or on your next visit to the city!

Itinerary Details

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Stop At: Porta Ticinese

The ride starts from the ancient and bohemian Ticinese district, that owes its name to the eponymous city gate, and from there you saddle up on a classic Dutch-style bike through the must-see areas of the center.

Duration: 15 minutes

Stop At: Duomo di Milano

You will see the astonishing gothic Duomo Cathedral, the understated Royal palace, the Museo del Novecento and the chic Vittorio Emanuele Gallery.

Duration: 20 minutes

Stop At: Teatro Alla Scala

You will see from the outside another of the prime Milanese attractions that exudes class and sophistication: the Teatro alla Scala. The story behind the theatre is full of interesting facts and details you will love to learn.

Duration: 5 minutes

Stop At: Brera District

From La Scala Theatre you head to the Brera artist district where is the city’s Pinacoteca (Art Gallery). Brera is a picturesque neighborhood in Milan where it is impossible not to be charmed by the small artisan workshops in a labyrinth of streets dotted with well conserved period Milanese houses and buildings.

Duration: 15 minutes

Stop At: Porta Nuova

Once you left Brera, you immerse yourselves in the new rising architectures of the Porta Nuova district. From now on you will have the impression of visiting another era of the city: Palazzo Lombardia, Biblioteca degli Alberi, Unicredit tower, Bosco Verticale, a paradise for architecture enthusiasts.

Duration: 15 minutes

Stop At: Castello Sforzesco

You make a triumphal entry at Sforza Castle, a strong historical symbol of the city where, among various architects and designers, worked Leonardo da Vinci, who was called to Milan by Ludovico il Moro in 1482.

Duration: 25 minutes

Stop At: Sempione Park

After visiting the Sforza Castel courtyards, you breath and slow down a bit in the green lung of the city, Simplon park, with its elegant neoclassical Peace Arch.

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: Colonne di San Lorenzo

You get back to the starting point not before visiting the Roman Ruins of the Imperial era when Milan was capital of a glorious Roman Empire with its Palace, Circus and Amphitheatre and San Lorenzo columns.

Duration: 15 minutes
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