Terrazze Eventi speciali
22 May May 2018 1500 tomorrow
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Duomo tour with Rooftops

Join the only skip-the-line tour and discover the Cathedral of Milan

Itinerary: Duomo, Archeological Area and Terraces

Description: The tour starts from the Archaeological Area underneath the Cathedral to discover the Baptistery of St. John and the Church of Santa Tecla. You will see a magnificent example of octagonal early Christian Baptistery and learn about the life in Milan during the Roman Age.
Just a few steps and you will reach the inner part of the Cathedral. With its 3400 statues, 55 stained glass windows, beautiful altars and paintings, the Duomo is the most important example of Gothic style in the Northern Italy. The elevator takes you up to the roof, where you will see spires and sculptures from a close-up. Climb the 50 steps to reach highest Terraces and walk near the main spire, which hosts the golden statue of the Virgin. She opens her arms to the whole world.

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KEY POINTS:
• SKIP THE LINE TO THE TICKET OFFICE
• FAST-TRACK Duomo
• FAST-TRACK TERRACES
• DUOMO PASS A TICKET, which, regardless of the chosen tour, allows TO VISIT BY yourself to the Duomo, the Archaeological Area, the terraces in the elevator, the Duomo Museum and the church of San Gottardo in Corte.
• 10% DISCOUNT AT THE DUOMO SHOP (on a selection of dedicated products)

Tour duration: 1 hour and a half approx.
Price per person: € 26,00 full price and € 18,00 reduced for children aged between 6 and 12. Free ticket under 6. Tickets’ cost includes guided tour, radio guides system and Duomo Pass A.

N° max. of visitors: 25

Info and reservation: from Monday to Friday e-mail visite@duomomilano.it ; Saturday and Sunday e-mail visite@duomomilano.it or call +39 02 72023375.The reservation is mandatory.
Meeting point: 15 minutes before the visit starts at the Ticket Office 1 - Piazza Duomo 14/A

Please note that in the unlikely event of weather-related closures of the Terraces, the guided tour will include Duomo Museum, Cathedral and Archeological Area