This 1-day tour (or 2-day if you want to take it easy) lets you see most of Milan's highlights without having to pass by the same spot twice. It's a good solution for who doesn't have much time but doesn't want to leave anything important behind.Go to itinerary→
The Milanese Renaissance: Bramante's space, Leonardo's hand. Two great protagonists of the Italian Renaissance, Leonardo Da Vinci and Bramante, left an extraordinary heritage to the city of Milan. This itinerary encompasses the most important steps of this fundamental historic period.Go to itinerary→
The 20th Century is the century of the flourishing of Milan: it grew to being one of the largest cities in Italy, it's economic capital and it's innovation powerhouse. This has reflected in its extremely rich art and architecture scene, as you'll have the chance to discover in this itinerary.Go to itinerary→
Milanorganica is a green guide to everything that is needed for your stay in Milan: accommodation, meals, sights and shopping. Itineraries guide you around the city in a sustainable way, allowing you to discover less mainstream bits of the city too.
Milanorganica is different from regular city guides, since all structures abide to our sustainability standards. We only list hotels, restaurants and shops that are making genuine effort toward a better, greener and fairer world. At the same time, it is not like your standard automated "green tourism" directory: all structures are hand picked by our human editors. Not only they are truly green, but they are also chosen on the basis of their quality and beauty.
We know how important it is to get the right advice when visiting a new place, and we also know that it's not always easy to blend in and get to know locals that can give you good info, especially when you don't have a lot of time. In this section we collected all the most relevant info that you need for moving around in Milan. Moreover, you can discover some tips from locals and their favourite activities in Milan.