See Leonardo da Vinci’s world-famous masterpiece, The Last Supper, on a skip-the-line priority admission ticket. Afterwards, experience the very best of Milan on a guided walk through the city’s medieval center. See La Scala, the Duomo and more.
What to Expect
Your Milan tour begins at the Church of Santa Maria delle Grazie*, where you’ll enjoy priority admission, skipping the lines to see Leonardo’s The Last Supper. Admission to see this important work of art is strictly limited to those who have pre-booked tickets.
Afterwards your guide will take you to the medieval Sforza Castle. This imposing fortress was the residence of the dukes of Milan for centuries. Today is houses museums and important art collections.
Head to the charming Piazza dei Mercanti, an unexpected square hidden away from the crowded streets. Experience the Renaissance illusion of space created by Bramante in heart of the medieval city.
Continue on to Piazza della Scala, where you’ll find La Scala, one of the world’s most famous opera houses. Some of the greatest musicians and singers the world has known have performed here.
You’ll enter the majestic Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, an amazing 19th-century glass vaulted shopping arcade. The Gallery is known as the salotto di Milano (Milan’s drawing room) due to its importance throughout the years as a meeting point for Milan’s residents.
Lastly, visit the famous Duomo, located in the heart of Milan. This impressive cathedral is often considered to be one of the most beautiful churches in the world.
*Please note that the meeting point will alternate between Santa Maria delle Grazie and the Duomo, depending on your time slot for entry to The Last Supper.
- Licensed English-speaking guide
- Skip-the-line ticket to see The Last Supper
- Group no larger than 30 people
Meet your guide in front of the Convent of Santa Maria delle Grazie or the Milan Cathedral (details will be provided after booking).
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Know Before You Go
• Your visit to The Last Supper will either be at the very beginning or very end of your tour, depending on available time slots