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Serravalle Outlet Shopping Tour

  • Shop like a Milan sophisticate with heavy discounts 
  • Choose from three departure times to fit into your schedule
  • Upgrade for fast-track boarding and a lunch voucher
Serravalle Outlet Shopping Tour
From US$24.00
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9:30am 8.5-hour Standard Tour
Standard Serravalle Outlet Shopping Tour departing Milan at 9:30am, returning at approximately 4:30pm (with arrival in Milan at approx. 6pm)
From US$23.99
9:30am 8.5-hour Upgraded Tour
Upgraded Serravalle Outlet Shopping Tour departing Milan at 9:30am, returning at approximately 4:30pm (with arrival in Milan at approx. 6pm)
From US$53.98
10am 8.5-hour Standard Tour
Standard Serravalle Outlet Shopping Tour departing Milan at 10am, returning at approximately 6:30pm (8.5 hours)
From US$23.99
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It can be challenging to fit high-end shopping into your budget on a visit to Milan, one of the world’s fashion capitals. This day trip to Serravalle Designer Outlet—one of Italy’s largest—makes it easier. Enjoy relaxing round-trip transportation, with a choice of departure times to suit your schedule. You’ll also save money with an extra 10 percent discount, and you can upgrade for priority boarding and a lunch voucher.
What to Expect
Board your coach in central Milan for the roughly 1.5-hour journey to the Serravalle Designer Outlet, a shopping complex designed to look like a classic Italian village. Relax on the comfortable ride, enjoying views of the Italian countryside.

Upon arrival, stroll the tree-lined walkways between about 200 shops offering significant discounts on name brands. Shop at your leisure.

Take a break for lunch or snack (own expense or upgraded VIP pass) at one of the restaurants or cafes in the shopping complex. Then, get plenty of time to wrap up shopping before the journey back to Milan.
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1 - 5 of 14 reviews

Reviewed yesterday
Good Variety of Shops but no bargains

There was a large amount of shops however they were all high end expensive designer shops. When doing the Australian dollar conversion from Euro the prices were definitely not cheaper than we can get in Australia.If you are looking for bargains it isn't really worth...More

Thank DebVanHoek
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Definitely worth a visit

We were impressed with the efficiency of the tour bus return from Milan. We were even more impressed with the wide range of shops at Serravalle. The clothes were excellent quality most designers were represented. We could only see about a quarter of the shops...More

3  Thank janeclough1
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Great outlet near Milano

This outlet has great opportunities near Milano. It's an hour and a half tour to arrive there. You can drive or you can also take a bus that leaves from Milano Centrale Station or from Piazza Cairoli (near Castello Sforzesco). It costs around 20 euros...More

2  Thank Carolyne_Jorge
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile
Good Discounts and Lovely Surroundings

If you're want very cheap bargains then the Serravalle Shopping Tour is not for you. There is an extensive range of designer products ranging from Prada, Gucci to Adidas, Nike. The complex is part of the McArthur Glenn chain of designer outlets located throughout Europe...More

1  Thank margcolin
Reviewed 31 March 2018 via mobile

Visited this outlet after reading the reviews. The outlet was amazing ; easy to navigate around. Good prices at Gucci, Burberry , Adidas, Nike; nearly half the price. Few shops to grab lunch. Only issue was the coach arrived late at the pick up point;...More

4  Thank Sam S
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17 May 2018|
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Response from janeclough1 | Reviewed this property |
Via Cusani 18 20121 Milan We went to Duomo area and were told to walk to the ticket office at the above address. The bus to Seravalle collected us from the above location and returned us to the same location. You must get... More