Timetable & Pick-up Location

Milan to Nice

Route runs between 29 May - 26 Sep, 2020. Next departure is on Fri, 29 May.

  • 13:15pm Milan pick-up
  • 18:30pm Nice drop-off

Approx duration 5h15m. Coaches will pick-up passengers every 2 days.

Coach meeting point

Ostello Bello Grande Via R. Lepetit 33,Milan, Italy

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Activities & Day Tours

Must See & Do in Milan

The City

What is it about Milan? Is it the soaring gothic cathedral? The furiously fashionable arcades? Maybe it’s the fast-paced lifestyles of its inhabitants? Whatever it is, it’s awesome and you’re sure to remember it. Wander the ancient streets searching for the most expensive handbag, gorge on nibbles that come free with your delicious wine, or appreciate art more valuable than a solid gold Ferrari. And if you figure out what makes Milan so special: please let us know.

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Top things to see
  • Castello Sforzesco A 15th century castle built by Francesco Sforza, Duke of Milan.
  • Piazza del Duomo The vast square in front of the towering and marble covered Duomo, one of the most beautiful in Europe.
  • Museo Nationale Della Scienza e Della Technologia The largest science and technology museum in Italy, dedicated to Leonardo Da Vinci.
  • San Siro Stadium Home ground of both AC Milan and Inter Milan.
  • Santa Maria delle Grazie Home to Da Vinci’s famous ‘Last Supper’ fresco- you’ll need to book ahead.

Risotto alla Milanese
A first course, this golden rice dish tastes as good as it looks. The main ingredient is definitely saffron, but the real traditional Milanese recipe includes the use of beef marrow, fundamental to enrich the taste of the dish, and a dash of white wine.


San Bernadino alle Ossa
An ossuary built in 1210 to collect bones from the Ospedale Maggiore of Milan. Today, the ossuary is located at the end of a short corridor to the the right of the church’s entrance. The vault is decorated with frescos, and the walls are completely covered in bones and skulls, some from the old ossuary, some from other local graveyards; they also decorate the doors and the pillars.