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Guided bus tours, Milan, Italy
There are three tour routes for Milan; very roughly speaking they take in the centre of the city (the Cathedral, La Scala Opera House), with one heading south out towards S. Ambrogio and the Parco Basiliche, another heading further north towards Piazza della Repubblica and the central railway station and the third taking you out to the San Siro Stadium. All of the tours last roughly 90 minutes, and head off from the bus terminal in Piazza Castello, outside the Castello Sforzesco.
The routes criss-cross and run alongside each other at multiple points, and you are free to switch from one route to another as many times as you wish. Tickets are valid for 48 hours and all routes. The accompanying audio tour is available in 8 different languages (Italian, English, French, Spanish, German, Russian, Japanese and Chinese. The tours operate on a 'hop-on, hop-off' basis, meaning you may leave and subsequently rejoin the buses wherever and whenever you like! You can download a detailed route-map (PDF) here.
To get started simply click on the calendar below to select the date that interests you. The calendar will automatically block any dates that are not available, and do remember that dates are in European (day-month-year) format! Further down the page you'll find timetables for both routes, including starting times, finishing times and frequency, and don't worry - with your booking confirmation we'll be sending you full directions on how to join the tours.
Simply select the ideal date for your visit by clicking on the calendar to the left*.
Once you've selected a date on the calendar we'll show you the ticket options that are available, one or more of which may be of interest to you.
Line A timings and stops
The 'Line A' tour starts and ends at the bus terminal on Piazza Castello (in front of the Castello Sforzesco). Tours last 90 minutes and operate every day apart from 25 December and 1 January. Buses run every 90 minutes Monday – Thursday and every 45 minutes Friday – Sunday (and depending on season).
First tour departs at 9.30AM and the last leaves at 3.30PM (November – March) or 5.45PM (April to October).
07: Parco delle Basiliche
Line B timings and stops
The 'Line B' tour starts and ends at the bus terminal on Piazza Castello. The tour lasts 90 minutes and departs every 90 minutes Monday – Thursday and every 45 minutes Friday – Sunday.
November – March: first departure 10.00AM, last departure 04.00PM.
June – October: first departure 09.45AM, last departure 06.00PM.
The stops are as follows:
02a: Arco della Pace
04: Corso Como
06: Palazzo Lombardia
07: Stazione Centrale
08: Buenos Aires
09: Porta Venezia
10: San Babila
Line C timings and stops
The 'Line C' tour starts and ends at the bus terminal on Piazza Castello. The tour lasts 90 minutes and departs every 90 minutes.
November – March: first departure 10.15AM, last departure 04.15PM
June – October: first departure 10.35AM, last departure 04.45PM
The 16 stops are as follows:
06: Casa Milan
07a: MICO FieraMilanoCity Congress Centre
07b: MICO FieraMilanoCity
08: Lotto – Montebianco
11: Stadio San Siro
12: Lotto – Monterosa
16: Parco Sempione
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