1 to 4 people. Groups on demand
4 people: EUR 130/pp. 3 people: EUR 150/pp. 2 people: EUR 190/pp. Single EUR 295
The "Best of Milan" photographic tour lasting about 6 hours - lunch break excluded - is a complete itinerary that contains the most iconic spots of the "economic capital of Italy", but will also surprise you with hidden glimpses that only a Milanese professional photographer can know and illustrate you.
We will start from Piazza Gae Aulenti with its glittering skyscrapers and its “Bosco Verticale”: the most modern and futuristic face of Milan, crystal and steel fused together in a great harmony of shapes.
After photographing this huge skyline we will move away ... and immediately time will seem to run backwards: from the fashionable Corso Como, beyond Piazza XXV Aprile, the life of Corso Garibaldi unfolds. Here we immediately encounter the fifteenth-century Incoronata church, with its characteristic double façade, and then continue after Moscova, meeting two other venerable basilicas: the early Christian San Simpliciano, founded when Milan was the capital of the Roman Empire; the more recent Santa Maria del Carmine, with its beautiful churchyard. All three, a triumph of Lombard red brick, of ancient tradition.
We are now in Brera: this is an area that has not lost its ancient nineteenth century appearance, surprising in a city devoted to business and modernity: via san Carpoforo, via Fiori chiari, via Formentini, via Madonnina ... streets with an ancient charm behind the facades of luxurious buildings.
The next step will be in Parco Sempione, Milan's “Central Park”: huge, adored by the Milanese, full of hidden corners and spectacular views, it will be a naturalistic break in an almost completely urban itinerary.
Later we will stop in two iconic churches: Santa Maria delle Grazie, famous for hosting Leonardo da Vinci's “Ultima Cena” (internal visit available on request and subject to availability of seats) and San Maurizio al Monastero Maggiore, the "Sistine Chapel" of Milan, that will leave you speechless for the richness of its internal frescoes.
The "grand finale" will naturally be dedicated to Piazza del Duomo (internal visit available on request and subject to availability of seats) and to Galleria Vittorio Emanuele: two very famous and super-photographed spots, but which you can then discover from angles that ordinary tourists ignore.
An intense photographic day, as intense will be the emotions that our professional photographers will make you live.
Photographic support of our Milanese professional photographer Aldo Bianchi: look at his shots on www.aldoimages.com!
Milanese "Aperitivo Spritz"
MEETING POINT: Piazza Gae Aulenti (Metro Garibaldi).
Other meeting point or pick up in hotel on request
Accomodation available on request
Walk tour, public transport
Taxi on request
Reflex or mirrorless camera. We will use lenses between 20/24 mm and 90/105 mm.
A 70-200 mm could also be usaful but no need to carry heavy tele lenses!
No hard tripod support needed as well, but it’ll be fine a small flexy gorillapod and ND filter in case of long exposure shoots.
Also a good smartphone or a point and shoot camera working are fine for this tour: no need huge equipments to freeze the decisive moment of Milan life!
Workshop will take place following all sanitary Covid rules: let's shot and enjoy in total safety !
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