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The Last Supper plus San Maurizio Church in Milan

from € 54.00

Get to see one of the most famous paintings in the world, Leonardo da Vinci’s Last Supper, up close and personal and learn why it was chosen to be painted in Milan. After skipping the line to see the one-of-a-kind painting, the tour continues with a stop at the gorgeous little church of Santa Maria delle Grazie before heading to the Church of San Maurizio just a few blocks away. There, the collection of 16th century Renaissance frescoes will amaze you. This gem of a church hides awe inspiring frescoes covering the walls and vaults inside the simple, humble facade. Learn about the artist responsible for the frescoes, and learn about the connection between him and da Vinci himself.

 

Sights & Monuments Visited:

  • Leonardo Da Vinci’s famous Last Supper painting
  • Tour of San Maurizio Church
  • Santa Maria delle Grazie Church
  • 16th century Renaissance frescoes
  • Sforza Castle (the Duke’s residence)
  • Piazzale Cadorna

 

Included:

  • English Speaking Guide
  • Last Supper tickets and reservation
  • Skipping the line
  • Taxes

Not Included:

Transportation to and from the meeting point is not included.

 

Extra Information:

Please contact us for availability details

We recommend you wear comfortable walking shoes and if rain is

forecasted, bring a small umbrella as well.

Included

Included:

  • English Speaking Guide
  • Last Supper tickets and reservation
  • Skipping the line
  • Taxes

Not Included:

Transportation to and from the meeting point is not included.

 

 

Start Location: Milan
End Location: Milan
Important information

Extra Information:

Please contact us for availability details

We recommend you wear comfortable walking shoes and if rain is

forecasted, bring a small umbrella as well.

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