Milans’ unknown churches and the Brera Art Museum

Find the hidden churches and best design museums in Milan.

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Milans’ unknown churches and the Brera Art Museum (3 Hours)

We recommend taking taxis around Milan although we can, if asked, provide a driver and car. This 3 hour tour covers:

Church of San Lorenzo

Basilica was founded in the 4th century and rebuilt in the 12th and 16th centuries. In front of the facade in a majestic portico of 16 Roman columns, all that remains of the Roman town of Mediolanum. The majestic interior is in the Byzantine-Romanesque style.

Church of San Maurizio Monastero Maggiore

Truly one of Milan’s hidden treasures, this almost unoticed Church contains two, well-lit sections with magnificent frescoes by Bernard Luini.

Pinacoteca di Brera

The Brera Art Gallery contains sone of Milan’s most important art museums. Ist permanent collection contains a wealth of Italian and other masterpieces, including Mategna’s “Dead Christ’, Raphael’s “Marriage of the Virgin”, Caravaggio’s “Supper at Emmaus” and ,as a change of pace, Hayez’s ‘The Kiss”.