Witness one of the most famous works of art in the world - Leonardo da Vinci’s Last Supper, the 15th century masterpiece still housed in its original UNESCO-listed Convent of Santa Maria delle Grazie in Milan’s historic city centre.
Get close to Leonardo da Vinci's The Last Supper, and then marvel at the intricate frescos throughout San Maurizio Church or the medieval architecture of Sforza Castle.
After seeing Leonardo da Vinci’s Last Supper, this tour continues with a stop at the lush Sforza Castle, the Duke’s own residence. Then make your way through Piazza Cadorna and learn its hidden secrets before heading to Sforza Castle. Enjoy the medieval architecture and follow your guide through its story and all its beauties.
After seeing Leonardo da Vinci’s Last Supper, this tour continues with a stop at the gorgeous little San Maurizio Church just a few blocks away. See the stunning collection of 16th century Renaissance frescoes, and learn why this church is considered the sister of the Sistine Chapel of Milan. Learn all about Bernardino Luini - the artist behind the frescoes - and his connection Leonardo da Vinci himself.
In Italy, tipping is not as common in restaurants as it is in North America. You will sometimes see on your bill that a “coperto” or service fee is already included...
Due to new security measures at the Duomo, all visitors must go through a metal detector for security check. Being a new system, there is only one entry and limited security personnel, as such the lines can be quite long. In case of very long