A choice of itineraries enabling tourists with disabilities to discover Milano’s treasures: like most other cities, Milano is unfortunately not entirely accessible to everyone.


A description of the most interesting places to visit is provided in each itinerary: please click on the links to museums and monuments in order to access detailed information on their disabled-friendly and inclusive characteristics.


All pedestrian routes with accessibility problems are duly marked out.

The heart of the city

From Piazza Duomo to the Castello Sforzesco

Whenever you are in Milano, you'll absolutely love this itinerary: from the Duomo, the city's beating heart, to Castello Sforzesco, strolling past the world-famous Teatro alla Scala and pedestrianised via Dante.


Fall in love with the city!

Museums and gardens in Milano

From Porta Venezia to Piazza Duomo

Check out our directions to enjoy one of the most beautiful itineraries in the city, from Porta Venezia, along Corso Venezia, to Duomo. Three not-to-be-missed museums, world-famous luxury shopping streets and, last but not least, the wonder of Duomo.

The Shop-till-you-drop Street

Along Corso Buenos Aires

Clothing for all tastes and all ages, shoes, books, beauty, home accessories and toys for children - more than 350 retail stores line Corso Buenos Aires, one of the longest and most popular commercial streets in Europe.


Follow our directions and enjoy a shopping experience you will not want to miss!

Park of the Basilicas

From Piazza Duomo to the Navigli

Along one of Milano’s most ancient streets, discover millenary churches, urban parks and an unmissable shopping heaven.

The city of the future

From piazza Gae Aulenti to bohemian Brera

Milano is progressively becoming the city of its future with its new skyscrapers, urban makeovers and panoramas.  It is just waiting to be discovered, so come and take a leap into the future that already surrounds us.


Be enchanted by ancient churches, visit world-famous museums and discover the buzzing nightlife areas nestled next to the beloved historic districts.

Haute couture and theatre

From Central Station to La Scala Theatre

From the Central Railway Station, meandering through the Quadrilatero della Moda, experiencing striking museums and window shopping up to the most famous opera house in the world, Teatro alla Scala, plus the home of famous Italian writer Alessandro Manzoni.


Art, music, theatre, literature, fashion, all in one itinerary.

Leonardo's Milano

From Cadorna to Sant'Ambrogio

Leonardo da Vinci is Milano’s most famous resident ever: he lived in the city longer than in any other place and he bequeathed Milano one of the absolute masterpieces of world art: the Last Supper.


There are many locations around the city linked to the great genius: discover them all in this dedicated itinerary.

A Spiritual Path

From the Certosa di Garegnano to the Viboldone Abbey

A cultural itinerary to seek out three important places of worship in the Milano area, a snapshot of the city's historic past and its socio-economic development: the Certosa di Garegnano and the Abbeys of Chiaravalle and Viboldone

An Artistic itinerary

From Brera to the Gallery of Modern Art

Art unites peoples and cultures all over the world. In the face of beauty we are all the same and Milano has plenty to show for it.


Discover the artistic side of Milano, accessible to all, taking in the great masterpieces of ancient, modern and contemporary art housed by the city and envied everywhere.

Around Milano on a Tram

Along the number 9 route

Hop on a tram to discover the beauty of the city’s ancient Spanish walls and reach the characteristic Navigli area.


Our itinerary starts from Piazza IV Novembre, a few steps from Milano’s Central Station, right at the number 9 tram stop. 

Parco Sempione and Chinatown

The itinerary starts from Piazza Cadorna, which in 2000 was the subject of a major urban restyling based on projects by architect Gae Aulenti. The famous installation of a large needle, thread and knot symbolizes Milanese industriousness in the world of fashion.


Through subsequent stops - Triennale, the park, the Municipal Aquarium and Arena - it reaches Milan’s Chinatown.

San Siro Stadium, Football’s "La Scala"

San Siro Stadium is one of the most famous arenas worldwide and it is the largest in Italy. Explore it with the Stadium Tour and visit the Hippodrome nearby.

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