Join us on a 2-hour night-time walking tour of Milan’s dark, supernatural past. Our Milan Ghost Tour will take you through narrow, cobbled streets and winding lanes where murderers, witches, and ghosts once walked. And perhaps they still do… There are even tales that the devil himself once walked the moonlit streets of Milan… This is the perfect accompaniment to one of our day tours — such as our free Milan tour or our Milan Last Supper tour.
We will take you away from the bustle and noise and into one of Milan’s eeriest districts – once a den of poverty, plague, and magic. Your Walkabout Tours guide is fully trained and licenced, so you will always be in safe hands. Your guide will take you through a world of conspiracy, assassinations, ghosts, mystery, and intrigue. Over this 2-hour ghost tour, you will learn Milan’s darkest secrets; tales that have remained buried for centuries.
If you have any questions about this ghost tour or any of our Milan tours, please don’t hesitate to contact us. However, make sure to check out our FAQ first, as we may have already answered your question there. We can’t wait to show you the wonders (and the terrors) Milan has to offer!
No one will jump out at you and try to scare you. On this tour we focus on storytelling and not on special effects or cheap tricks to make the tour ‘frightening’. We will take you through the mysteries, legends and tales of the darker side of MIlan’s history, and none of our stories are made up for the tour.
This is a tour for sceptics and believers alike, or those who want to experience a different side of Milan from the regular historical tours.
Meet your 'terrific' guide just in front of Palazzo Castiglioni (M1 - bloody red line, Palestro station).
The Evil Nun
The most famous nun of MIlan: a murderer. Can a convent be a dangerous place? Listen to the story of the most emblematic figure. A tale of taint, corruption and crime that rose in the convent of Santa Margherita.
Skulls and Bones
The most powerful witch of Milan, a Church built with bones, murderers, you can find them all in a cursed neighbourhood in the centre of Milan. Stay safe and don’t leave your group!
Many people say to have seen a white-eyed spooky figure dressed in black appearing in photos behind Newlyweds coming out of the Duomo. Find out why.
The house of the Devil
Maybe you have never been in one of his parties... Dress up, come closer and listen. If you are lucky you can get in and enjoy his party forever.
Lucrezia Borgia's Ghost
During the night, through the empty rooms of a Museum, a beautiful deadly ghost, wanders aimlessly for 400 hundreds year... looking for a new lover.
The first Italian Serial Killer
Walking through a narrow dark and quiet street in the middle of the historic centre of Milan you could feel an icy wind. It is the ghost of a famous serial killer still lokking for the next victim.
The barber of the Great Plague
'The Italian Plague of 1629–31' was a series of outbreaks of bubonic plague which ravaged Northern and Central Italy. This epidemic, often referred to only as the Great Plague of Milan, claimed possibly one million lives, about 25% of the population. However there is a story that it is even worse than that if you were a barber during that unlucky period.
The tour ends by the Colonne di San Lorenzo just 15 min from Duomo, 10 min from San Ambrogio metro station and 10 min from Navigli, of course by foot.
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