Book Duomo Di Milano Tickets
Book your fast track Milan Cathedral tickets here, today, with Gladiator Tours. If you want to visit Milan, then the fabled Duomo Milan should be at the top of your to-do list. This iconic building is one of the most beautiful examples of Gothic architecture in the world. It’s nothing short of a masterpiece and it will impress even the most seasoned traveller with its grandeur, the intricate attention to detail in its designs, and the artworks found inside. If you’d like a more complete experience, perhaps you’d prefer our Duomo di Milano tour instead?
Milan Duomo Fast Track Tickets
Our fast-track Duomo tickets allow visitors to skip the long lines of tourists queuing into Milan Cathedral. This is perfect, as there’s far too much to see and do in Milan to spend time stuck in a line! For instance, you may also like to take our Milan walking tour! And, as you skip the line, you have more time to explore the largest cathedral in Italy, descending into its crypts and ascending to the dizzying heights of its rooftop terrace. There, you will find a stunning bird’s-eye view of the city horizon from the famous roof-top with his sculptures and the golden Madonna.
Please contact the team here at Gladiator Tours if you have any questions about our fast-track Duomo tickets or any of our other Milan tours. Start planning your dream Milan trip with a little help from us!
- Fast Track Tickets
- Assistance on Spot
- Reservation Fees
- Rooftops Access
- Last Minute Booking
|Adults ( 18+ years )||20 €|
|Daily||From 10:30AM to 14:00PM|
- Duomo Cathedral
- Duomo Rooftops Access by Stairs
- Duomo Museum
- Baptistery of S. Giovanni alle Fonte
This attraction requires a specific dress code meaning shoulders & knees must be covered in order to be allowed visiting. For that we will provide our customers kimonos if needed.
Please note: with our fast track access into Duomo Cathedral usually takes between 5-15 minutes to get inside. Even so, during the high season’s busiest hours the waiting time can arrive up to 30 minutes in extreme cases due to the highly security measures imposed by the Cathedral.