Milan Cathedralís Rooftops
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Visit of the rooftops of the Cathedral, the symbol of Milan.
Milan Cathedralís Rooftops. A unique and unforgettable experience to walk on the roof of the majestic gothic Cathedral. While admiring the
breathtaking skyline, overlooking the entire city, you will have the opportunity to see the perfect marble sculptures and the church spiers.
A specialized guide will lead you through the history of the most important buildings of Milan unveiling the secrets and the legends of the Cathedrals statues.
After a brief introduction on the history of the city, you will reach the first terrace with the elevator and from there you will continue climbing the last 82 steps leading to the highest terrace, saving a total of 250 steps!
Milan Cathedralís Rooftops Group Guided Tour
From November to March – 9:00 am; 10:30 am; 2:00 pm; 3:30 pm.
From April to October – 9:00 am; 10:30 am; 3:30 pm; 4:30 pm.
Frequency: every day
Duration: about 1 hour
Meeting Point: 15 minutes before the tour starting time at Piazza Duomo n. 4, under the arches next to Benetton store.
Price: 39,00 Euro per person
The price includes: guide service, rooftops entry ticket, headphones.
Please Note: During hot days wear a hat to protect yourself from the sun. On the terraces of the Cathedral there are no toilet facilities or bars, bring water. The elevator has a maximum capacity of 8 pax, so you might have to wait few minutes before climbing up. The staircase to reach the highest terrace is particularly narrow and with smooth marble; use comfortable shoes and preferably with a rubber sole.
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