3 hours | 7.5 miles
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A bike tour of Milan's best-kept secrets
Uncover the hidden gems in a city famed for its resplendent beauty! This family friendly guided bike tour explores Milan's best-kept secrets, guaranteed to amaze and give you a real feel for this city's elegant culture and wonderful stories. You'll ride to Renaissance yards, the San Lorenzo Basilica, the private gardens of a former Milanese aristocrat, and many other lesser-known attractions on this family-friendly exploration into the heart of magical Milan.
Explore the hidden treasures of the city as you venture away from the urban hum of Milan's center and into the luxurious, verdant neighborhoods concealed within. This is an opportunity to see in one day tour the culture that lies behind the touristy front: real Milanese people, their stories and legends, their history, and, importantly, their food! There’ll be an opportunity to refuel with homemade ice cream, espresso, or a cocktail midway through your brilliant bicycle tour.
*A cargo bike is available for families with children up to age 8.
Days Start Finish Daily 9:30 am ~12:30 pm Daily 10:00 am ~1:00 pm
Rate EUR Adult €35
• Bottle of water
• Bike and helmet rental
• Licensed guide
Meeting place & directions
Velocipedi - Via Dei Carracci 8, Milano, Italia
★★★★★ Bozena Kusovac Derkovic 2 months ago
Great way to discover Milan
· Milan Hidden Treasures Bike Tour
The tour is fun, and very well organized in terms of places it takes you. Besides all the Milan's major sights, it also includes some of the less known, not that obvious touristic spots, which I found was very neat. My major highlights were Chinatown, and few new and ultra modern neighborhoods, architecture wise. These are all located in the vicinity od the immediate city centre. Our guide Polina was beyond great, you could tell she takes pride in her work, and the city she lives in. She also taught us some fabolous aperitivo places, as we were passing by them, the type of place you wouldn't know for unless a local showed you. Another bonus goes to the way Milan is laid out, being all very flat and extremely easy to bike.