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Milan is one of the most-visited cities in Italy.  It is known throughout the world for its historic, cultural, and architectural marvels, along with its amazing fashion and culinary scenes. From the Milan Cathedral to La Scala, from Quadrilatero della Moda to San Siro, Milan brings worshippers of every kind.

And, while there are several ways you can travel around in the city, but Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Turs are the best choice. With Milan hop-on hop-off bus tours, you can see all the top spots in the city in just a few days, all you need is one ticket!

Why Choose Milan Hop On Hop Off Bus Tours?

Milan Hop-On Hop-Off

There are several reasons why you can rely on hop-on hop-off bus tours as your go-to mode of sightseeing in Milan:

  • Open-Top Buses: The double-decker buses offer an excellent vantage point to see all city’s sights.
  • Visit the Top Landmarks: If you want to cover all the famous landmarks and have limited time, hop-on hop-off buses are ideal
  • Easy and Convenient: You easily hop on and get off at any of the stops along the various route, making traveling more convenient.
  • Save Money: Hop-on hop-off bus tours are a sensible choice in terms of finances, as you don’t have to visit each attraction separately.
  • Pre-Recorded Commentary: They offer audio guides in several languages so you can listen to anecdotes and tales about the city in your preferred language.

Your Milan Hop On Hop Off Bus Tour Options Explained

Milan Hop-On Hop-Off

City Sightseeing Bus Tour

  • Choose between 24-hour, 48-hour, and 72-hour passes to see Milan from an open-topped double-decker bus.
  • Visit all the city's major attractions across 4 routes with over 41 stops.
  • Hop on and off as you wish to explore the city of Milan at a leisurely and hassle-free pace.
  • Popular stops include Santa Maria delle Grazie, China Town, the Arch of Peace, Castello, Corso Magenta and the Duomo.
  • Ride on buses that are well equipped with services like free WiFi, air conditioning, and comfortable seats.
  • Listen to the multilingual audio guide available onboard in 10 languages.

Cancellation Policy: These tickets can't be canceled or rescheduled.

Discounted Tickets: Children aged 4 and below go free, while ages 5-15 enjoy reduced ticket pricing.

Milan Hop-On Hop-Off

City Sightseeing 48Hr Hop-On-Hop-Off Combo Ticket

  • Enjoy a 48-hour Amsterdam hop-on hop-off ticket with City Sightseeing.
  • Visit all the city's major attractions across 4 routes with over 41 stops.
  • The ticket includes entry to an additional attraction - the San Siro Stadium, La Scala, Casa Milan, or the Milan Pass.
  • Popular stops include Santa Maria delle Grazie, Castello, the Duomo, Casa Milan, and Stadio San Siro.
  • Every bus includes Wi-Fi access, air conditioning, and open-air decks with breathtaking views.
  • You can listen to onboard audio tour commentary in 10 languages.

Cancellation Policy: These tickets can't be canceled or rescheduled.

Discounted Tickets: Children ages 5-15 can get tickets at a discounted rate while children under 4 go free.

Milan Hop On Hop Off Bus Tour Timetable

City Sightseeing Milan has 4 routes, each with their own schedules:

Milan Hop-On Hop-Off

Red - Line A (Historical Line):

  • Winter Timings: 9:30 AM to 5 PM (5.20 PM on weekends)
  • Summer Timings: 9:30 AM to 5:30 PM
  • Frequency: Every 90 minutes (30-35 mins in summer)

Blue - Line B (Modern Line)

  • Winter Timings: 10:05 AM to 5 PM (5:10 PM on weekends)
  • Summer Timings: 9.40 AM to 6.40 PM
  • Frequency: Every 25-40 minutes (20-25 mins in summer)

Green - Line C (Sport Line)

  • Winter Timings: 10.35 AM to 4.05 PM 
  • Summer Timings: 10.35 AM to 5.05 PM
  • Frequency: Every 60 minutes

Yellow - Line D (Navigli Line)

  • Winter Timings: 2:40 PM to 4:40 PM
  • Summer Timings: 2:40 PM to 5.35 PM
  • Frequency: Every 60 minutes

Milan Hop On Hop Off Bus Tour Route

Milan HOHO

There are 4 routes available on this bus tour, covering 40 designated stops.

Red Line (Historical Line)

The Red Line/Historical Line has 8 stops at the popular historical attractions in Milan, such as Castello, Cadorna, Corso Magenta, La Scala, Manin, and the Duomo.

Blue Line (Modern Line)

The Blue Line/Modern Line has 13 stops to the more modern attractions in the city, such as Acquario, Garibaldi, Corso Como, Republica, Stazione Centrale, San Barilla, and Porta Venezia.

Green Line (Sport Line)

The Green Line/Sport Line has 15 stops covering all the sports-related attractions in Milan, like Casa Milan, Stadio San Siro, Lido, Buonarroti, and Conciliazione.

Yellow Line (Navigli Line)

The Yellow Line/Navigli Line has 5 stops along the Navigli canal system of Milan, like Cadorna, Piazzale Aquileia, Via Oldna, and Navigli.

Milan Hop On Hop Off Bus Tour Highlights

Milan Hop-On Hop-Off

Duomo

The Milan Cathedral or Duomo de Milano took nearly six centuries to complete, from 1386 to 1965, It is a magnificent testament to the city’s history and legacy of art. Dedicated to the Nativity of St Mary, it is a blend of various styles of architecture.

Milan Hop-On Hop-Off

Castello Sforzesco

Sforza Castle was built in the 15th century by Francesco Sforza, the Duke of Milan. It was rebuilt in the 1890s and now houses several museums and art collections, including the Museo d'Arte Antica and Michelangelo's Pietà Rondanini.

Milan Hop-On Hop-Off

Santa Maria delle Grazie

This beautiful church and Dominican convent is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and houses the world-famous mural of The Last Supper by Leonardo da Vinci. This mural can be found in the refectory of the convent.

Milan Hop-On Hop-Off

Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II

This opulent gallery is one of the oldest high-end shopping centers in the world. Constructed between 1865 and 1877, it is still full of renowned brands, elegant restaurants, luxurious hotels, and fascinating museums.

Milan Hop-On Hop-Off

Teatro alla Scala

La Scala is a famous opera house in Milan. Opened in 1778, it is regarded as one of the top opera and ballet theatres. Many of Italy's greatest operatic artists and other artists from around the world have performed here over the years.

Milan Hop-On Hop-Off

San Siro Stadium

Also called the Stadio Giuseppe Meazza, this football stadium is the home of both A.C. Milan and Inter Milan. First opened in 1926, it can seat 80,018 people, making it one of the biggest stadiums in Europe.

Milan Hop-On Hop-Off

Casa Milan

Casa Milan is the new headquarters of Milan's top football team, A.C. Milan. A must-visit destination for football fans, it also has a small museum where you can see all of the club’s memorabilia on display.

Milan Hop-On Hop-Off

MuST

The Leonardo Da Vinci National Museum Of Science And Technology is dedicated to the works of painter and polymath Leonardo da Vinci. Here you can also see the submarine Toti, the space launcher Vega, and Italy's only fragment of the Moon.

Milan Hop-On Hop-Off

Corso Garibaldi

Leading from the neoclassical arch called Garibaldi Gate, or Porta Garibaldi, down to Sforza Castle, this commercial street, features some stunning architecture as well as numerous shops, cafés, and restaurants.

Milan Hop-On Hop-Off

Leonardo da Vinci's Vineyard

Explore Leonardo da Vinci's Vineyard, one of his most cherished possessions. It was gifted to him by Ludovico il Moro for “The Last Supper," and you can explore the house Casa Degli Atellani or try some of the vineyard’s wine.

Milan Hop-On Hop-Off

Navigli

The canals of Milan, known as the Navigli, were built as early as the 12th century to help with the irrigation and transportation of goods. Today, you can go on a 55-minute cruise along the Navigli Lombardi.

Milan Hop-On Hop-Off

Corso Magenta

One of Milan's most iconic and beautiful streets, the areas around Corso Magenta, are rich in history. Here you can find historic museums like the Museo Archeologico, shops, bars, restaurants, and more.

  • Best Time to Visit: The best time to visit Milan is from April to May and September to October, though it is delightful all throughout the year.
  • Buy Tickets Online: Get your hop-on hop-off tickets in advance online, so you can get the best deals possible.
  • Know the Route: Find out the route that your hop-on hop-off bus will take, so you can avoid missing out on major city attractions in Milan.
  • Free Admission: Many museums in Milan offer free admission on the first Sunday of every month, so you can save a bit if you plan your trip accordingly.
  • Buy Attraction Tickets: Many attractions require entry tickets, be sure to purchase these in advance online to avoid standing and waiting in long queues. 
  • Comfortable Clothing: Wear comfortable clothing and shoes as you end up doing a lot of walking. In the summer, apply sunscreen liberally and wear sunglasses, and ensure to carry a jacket to stay warm in the winter.

Frequently Asked Questions About Milan Hop On Hop Off

Q. Does Milan have a hop-on hop-off bus tour?

A. Yes, Milan has a hop-on hop-off bus tour.

Q. Where can I buy Milan hop-on hop-off tickets?

A. You can buy Milan hop-on hop-off tickets online.

Q. Are Milan hop-on hop-off tickets available online?

A. Yes, Milan hop-on hop-off tickets are available online.

Q. How much does hop-on hop-off bus cost in Milan?

A. Hop-on hop-off sightseeing bus tour ticket prices start from €23.

Q. How do hop on hop off buses work in Milan?

A. Hop-on hop-off buses in Milan allow you to get on and leave the bus at any of the designated stops to see the major city landmarks whenever you want.

Q. How often are the hop-on hop-off buses in Milan?

A. Milan hop-on hop-off buses run between 10 AM to 6 PM and arrive at a frequency of 15 minutes.

Q. Are there audio guides on the Milan hop-on hop-off bus tours?

A. Yes, there are audio guides available for adults in over 14 languages on the Milan hop-on hop-off bus tours. Audio guides for children are available in English and Spanish.

Q. Are Milan’s hop-on hop-off bus tours accessibility-friendly?

A. Yes, Milan’s hop-on hop-off bus tours are accessible to wheelchair users.