Milan Duomo
Milan Duomo

Milan Duomo

Daily: 7am–7pm; Museum Tues–Sun: 9:30am–12:30pm, 3pm–6pm
Piazza del Duomo, Milan, 20122

The basics

Visit the Duomo independently or take a guided tour to learn more about the magnificent stained-glass windows, rooftop terraces, and underground crypt, which houses the 16th-century tomb of St. Charles Borromeo. Time-pressed travelers can also combine a tour of the Duomo with the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II shopping arcade, La Scala Opera House, or a viewing of Leonardo da Vinci’s The Last Supper. For more insight, don’t miss the adjacent Duomo Museum, which charts the building's long and illustrious history.

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Milan Duomo & The Last Supper Skip the Line Guided Tour
Milan Duomo & The Last Supper Skip the Line Guided Tour
$104.77 per adult
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Things to know before you go

  • Skip the line with a priority-access ticket to the Duomo if you've got limited time in the region.

  • Travelers with kids can book a family-friendly tour to keep the little ones engaged.

  • Bring a camera to capture the panoramic views of the city from the rooftop terrace.

  • Most tours of the Duomo range from 1 to 3 hours.

  • The Duomo is mostly wheelchair accessible, and loaner chairs are available on-site.

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How to get there

The Duomo is located in the historic center of the city, on pedestrianized Piazza del Duomo. Since it can't be directly accessed by car, it's best to reach the cathedral on foot or by public transportation; the closest metro station is right in front of the cathedral. You can also book a private tour with included transportation. If you’re visiting Rome, Venice, or Verona but want to see the cathedral of Milan, note that high-speed train tickets are a very effective means of travel.

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When to get there

The largest church in Italy stays consistently busy throughout the day, but skip-the-line entry can help you save time. Evening tours are available for visitors who would prefer to spend their rooftop visit peering over an illuminated and awe-inspiring skyline.

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Gothic Milan

While the Duomo is easily one of Milan's most impressive examples of Gothic architecture, there are further examples across the city for design and history buffs to admire. Check out one of the first Gothic buildings in Italy, the Chiaravalle Abbey, or visit the Palazzo Borromeo, just a 10-minute walk from Milan Cathedral.

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