Excursions
Genoa Port Serravalle Outlet & Milan Airport
  • Starting location: Genova
  • Arrival: Milano
  • Duration: 6 h
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Genoa Port Serravalle Outlet & Milan Airport

Shopping Tour

Limousine service 6 hrs.


Departure from Genoa harbour and arrive to Milan airport.


We start from Genoa Port by Motorway A7, after 40 minutes drive we arrive in Serravalle Outlet.


You can spend 4 hrs for shopping. Serravalle Designer Outlet is the largest factory Outlet Centre in Europe, with 180 stores which represent an unequalled portfolio of prestigious brands. In Serravalle you can have more than just shopping; you'll enjoy a unique experience in exclusive boutiques, open onto small paved squares and winding lanes. A surprising environment within architectural recreation of a picturesque old town in Liguria, surrounded by green hills. A must-feel emotion, without the stress of traffic, and with plenty of advantages. Convenience, elegance, bargain prices and quality within everyone’s reach since September 2000. As from its opening, over 20 million people have visited Serravalle Designer Outlet, finding opportunities, surprises and special offers, and taking advantage of many facilities and eating places. Perfectly in harmony with its surroundings, Serravalle Designer Outlet also encourages visitors to discover the historical area and the cultural heritage and is an important support for the local commerce and economy.


The price includes:



  1. Private English speaking driver

  2. Luxury car/van/minivan with climate control

  3. Bottled water

  4. Head office assistance 

  5. Insurance "RC car"  


The price does not include:



  1. Restaurant reservation (we can recommend some excellent)

  2. Professional shopper 

  3. Other unspecified


Tour not available every day of the year.     Comfortable walking shoes are suggested for this tour.   Make sure your cameras are charged or load up on batteries!


Opening hours: Monday to Sunday: 10 am to 8 pm. Closed 25-26 dec. 1 jan. & Easter