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”.
Below you can find the details for the Milans’ unknown churches and the Brera Art Museum tour. If you have any questions don't hesitate to ask us.