From Milan to Lake Como…
Como and the Cathedral
Admiring the Lake
We meet at a train station in Milan. We end at Lake Como, so you can explore at your own leisure and find lunch after the tour. Your confirmation email will have the exact details.
The train journey lasts about one hour each way.
No, you will need to purchase your tickets at the station. Your guide can help you.
Yes, we encourage you to do so.
Luisa was born and bred in Milan. After getting an MA from the University of Rome, she also received a PhD in Political Science and History from the University of Milan. She has worked as associated Professor by the University of the Study in Milano and as a lecturer of Art and History at the Seton Hall University (NJ) Luisa is passionate about Renaissance, as well as putting traditions, uses and moral codes of the past, in context with today's Milan. She's also been working as a personal shopper for many years and is familiar with the best boutiques and shops in the city. When not guiding, she works as reporter for a major italian newspaper Corriere della Sera.
Tiziana was born in Lombardy, grew up in Milano and received two degrees at the Università di Milano, in Art History and Foreign Languages and Literature. She had always felt a great passion for the theatre so decided to go to Drama school and became an actress shortly afterwards. After a few years pursuing her acting career, she started to travel extensively and intensively from continent to continent fascinated by the different cultures. Back to her roots in Italy, she rediscovered the treasures and the mystery of her home territory and remains in total agreement with Proust “the true voyage of discovery is not so much in seeking new landscapes as in having new eyes." She enjoys offering new eyes to visitors to Milan.
Donatella received her degree in modern languages at the University of Milan and is a specialist in art history and history of Europe. She speaks English, French, German and Russian. She is familiar with all the historical and art sites and museums in Milan and she is regularly updated about all the temporary art exhibitions regarding classic and modern art. She is also very experienced in creating special tours about design, fashion and architecture.