All journey times are approximate and subject to variation.
Things to do with teenagers in Milan
Seldom the easiest to please, entertaining teenagers on holiday can be a challenge. However, families travelling to Milan need not worry. Whether they’re looking to feast on pizza, go on a shopping spree, or simply explore, Milan is a city with an urban buzz and an infectious, energetic spirit. From an Italian cookery class to the best places to shop, there’s plenty to occupy restless teens in this city with this two-day itinerary.
Cook in Milano
Then, take a taxi for the 15-minute journey to San Siro Stadium.
San Siro Stadium Tour
From the stadium, the da Vinci Museum is a 15-minute taxi ride away.
Museo Nazionale della Scienza e della Tecnologia “Leonardo da Vinci”
Next, make your way to Luini Milano, 20 minutes away by taxi or a 25-minute walk.
Then, take a 20-minute taxi ride or 25-minute walk to Corso Como.
Garibaldi and Corso Como
The hotel is then a 10-minute walk from Corso Como or a five-minute drive.
Milan Segway Tour
Back on Via dei Chiostri, take a 20-minute taxi ride to Il Salvagente.
Then, the WOW Spazio Fumetto museum is 15 minutes away on foot, or five minutes by taxi from Il Salvagente.
WOW Spazio Fumetto
A 20-minute taxi ride will then bring you to Idroscalo Milano.
Then, take a 25-minute taxi ride from Idroscalo Milano to La Taverna Pizzeria for dinner.
La Taverna Pizzeria
The hotel is then a 10-minute taxi ride from La Taverna Pizzeria.