BEST of MILAN & LAST SUPPER is the Tour that leads you to the most iconic and well-known Milan’s attraction, including the world famous masterpiece “Cenacolo Vinciano” (The Last Supper) by Leonardo da Vinci.
– Da Vinci’s Last Supper and Santa Maria delle Grazie Church, a UNESCO World Heritage Site (inside)
– Sforza Castle (outside and its inner yards)
– Mercanti Square, the medieval city heart
– La Scala Theatre (outside) and its Square
– Vittorio Emanuele II Gallery, the “living room” of Milan (inside)
– Duomo Cathedral (outside) and its Square.
During this tour, guided by our licensed English-speaking tour guide, you will discover Milan and its most interesting and famous attractions!
The main focus focus will be on the “Last Supper,” the masterpiece by Leonardo da Vinci, next to the church of Santa Maria delle Grazie (a UNESCO World Heritage site). This important mural of the Renaissance is so delicate that the access to admire it is strictly limited to a small amount of visitors, and only for 15 minutes.
Another must-see attraction is the Sforza Castle, a fortress that was used as a military base and a residence of the Dukes of Milan. The Sforza family who brought the Renaissance to the Dukedom of Milan; today it is a “place for the city and the citizens” and house of many museums.
You will then arrive to Della Scala Square, where the Scala Theater is located, built in 1776, it is not just a monument, but a true temple of Music, Italian history and culture.
From there, entering and passing through the majestic Vittorio Emanuele II Gallery, a treasure of nineteenth century engineering, symbol of the Italian excellence, and known as the “living room” of Milan, you will reach the Duomo, the fourth biggest Cathedral in the Christian world, visited every year by more than five million tourists.
The order of the sites may vary.
On a hot day wear a hat to protect yourself from the sun.
Wear comfortable shoes, preferably with rubber sole.
Food & Drinks are not included.
Piazza del Duomo n.4 (under the arches next to Benetton Store) OR In front of Last Supper entrance (Piazza Santa Maria delle Grazie)
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