The Hop-on Hop-off sightseeing bus tour lets you do something that a lot of other tours don’t, it lets you plan your own itinerary without having to worry about getting from one place to the next. These tickets are ideal for covering the entire city while saving money and making the most of your time. With an entire fleet of buses reserved for itself, the Hop-on Hop-off network is the largest interconnected sightseeing bus tour in Milan which allows you to conveniently explore the city’s top attractions. If something piques your interest, just hop-off, check it out and hop-on again!
With 3 routes spanning across the city, you’re definitely going to be able to navigate through Milan with ease. The three routes are Blue Line, Red Line, and Green Line; your ticket lets you use all three lines. The more popular routes are the red line (Sforza Castle, Cenacolo, Sforza, Duomo, Scala) and the blue line (Sforza Castle, Corso Como, Repubblica, Stazione Centrale, Brera).
View a map of all 3 routes here.
Top 5 Must-See Attractions
Sforza Castle - Red Line/Blue Line, Stop #1 The Dukes of Milan were one of Italy’s most powerful rulers, and their home, the Sforza Castle is a proud statement of this power. A military stronghold and the medieval residence of the Dukes, the Sforza Castle is one of the largest citadels in all of Europe.
Duomo Di Milano - Red Line/Blue Line, Stop #9 / #11 Arguably the most popular attraction in Milan, the Duomo di Milano or Milan Cathedral, is the focal point of the city. With the famous Madonnina towering over Milan from the roof the Duomo, the Cathedral is a masterpiece of Gothic architecture and took over 600 years to be built completely
Cenacolo Vinciano - Red Line, Stop #4 Here lies one of Leonardo Da Vinci’s greatest work, right where he left it. The work in question ‘The Last Supper’; the place, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Church of Santa Maria Delle Grazie
Brera - Blue Line, Stop #13 Milan is world famous for its fashion and culture trends, in fact, the city holds the title of ‘The Fashion Capital of the World’. Brera is the area where those trends are set and where fashion rules the streets. Discover the high-life on Milan in full display at this trendy Milanese district
Sant’ Ambrogio Red Line, Stop #4 At the heart of Milan’s spiritual life, lies the Basilica di Sant’ Ambrogio, one of the most ancient churches in Milan built in the 4th century. Quaint, charming and picturesque, the church and its bell tower bring a smile to those who happen to see it.