Milan Skyscrapers Guided Walking Tour: From Unicredit tower to Vertical Forest

Private & Custom Tours in Italy

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Let's discover the new buildiings of Milan!A licensed guide expert in architecture will show you the most beautfiul building in the World the vertical farm Skyscraper, the reconstructed Piazza Gae Aulenti with the Unicredit bank tower, the famous Corso Como and Isola area!3 hours guided tour discovering the typical houses of Milan and the new buildings designed by the most renowned contemporary architects in the world!
In 2015, Milan hosted the World Expo and thus launched a project of renewal that led to the consecration of the first European cities for eco-sustainability. The Porta Nuova district has been completely renovated and with the participation of leading architects, the skyline of the city is now quite different, as you can see by climbing to the top of one of the dozen scenic terraces. This walking tour will show you how the old and new coexist in this cutting- edge city, making Milan one of the most charming of Italy. An expert in architecture and design tour guide will show you the new buildings of Milan. Walking along Corso Como, landmark of Milan by night, you will reach Gae Aulenti square where is stated the Unicredit tower, the tallest in Europe. At Isola, historical district with its uniques "railing houses" with commons galleries and courtyard, you will see also the Vertical Forest towers, rewarded in 2016 as the most beautiful urban project of the World. The vertical forest is a model of urban reforestation and biodiversity to regenerate the environment without expand the city territory, on those towers there are 900 hundreds trees and more than 20 thousands plants! During the tour our guides will take you to Eataly, established brand of Italian food in the World. Here you can find all the regional typical food from Valle D'Aosta to Sicily. If you are a food lover you cannot missed this place!

What’s included

  • Professional art historian guide
  • Private tour

What’s not included

  • Hotel pickup and drop-off
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