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Da Vinci's Last Supper: Tour

1. Da Vinci's Last Supper: Tour

Join a guided tour and discover a masterpiece of the Milanese Renaissance at the church of Santa Maria delle Grazie in Milan Make the most of your time in Milan with this skip-the-line guided tour to see the Last Supper by Leonardo da Vinci. Visit the refectory of the Church of Santa Maria delle Grazie with a guide to get up close to this masterpiece. Follow your guide inside the convent's refectory to feast your eyes on the beauty of the fresco. Uncover the secrets behind the painting, and discover more about the time da Vinci spent in Milan while working on this project. Listen closely as your guide shares fascinating stories and details about da Vinci and his work. Learn more about the genius of Leonardo da Vinci and hear why he decided to work in Milan from 1482 until 1499. Journey through the history of the Italian Renaissance as you explore the life of Da Vinci as artist, sculptor, engineer, scientist, and inventor. 

Milan: Last Supper Guided Tour

2. Milan: Last Supper Guided Tour

See one of the most important artworks in history, The Last Supper. Learn about the Italian High Renaissance Leonardo Da Vinci and his mind with the insight only a guide can provide. Enjoy a visit to the Convent of Santa Maria delle Grazie in Milan. The Last Supper is not only one of the most legendary Da Vinci paintings, but also an art history-altering event. Due to the delicate nature of the painting, only a limited number of people can see this iconic artwork every day. Enter the Church of Santa Maria delle Grazie (opening hours permitting). Then, get a chance to visit the refectory of the convent for 15 minutes to see the masterpiece. Uncover all the secrets behind the painting on this unique experience.

Milan: Brera District & Pinacoteca Guided Experience

3. Milan: Brera District & Pinacoteca Guided Experience

Start your day of adventure at the famous Pinacoteca, Milan's premier art gallery, housing some of the world's most important classical paintings. With this tour, you will get to experience a 2 hour guided experience through the gallery with a monolingual tour guide. Don't miss this unique opportunity to visit the Pinacoteca and be hypnotized by Milan's most famous collection of paintings. The gallery has on offer, artworks by masters like Raffaello, Caravaggio, Hayez and many others. Enhance your experience walking amongst these relics with a friendly and informative guide who can teach you about the works and the artists themselves.  Follow up your tour of the art gallery with a stroll through the charming street of Brera and immerse yourself in the magical atmosphere. Your guide will be sure to show you the abundance of small artisans and local shops of canvas, perfumes and so on that make this place so captivating.

Da Vinci's Last Supper: Tour with City Walking Tour

4. Da Vinci's Last Supper: Tour with City Walking Tour

Marvel at Da Vinci's "The Last Supper" on a guided tour of the Santa Maria delle Grazie. Then embark on a guided city walking tour and admire the exterior architecture of some of Milan's top highlights, including the Duomo, La Scala, and Sforza Castle. Step inside the Church of Santa Maria delle Grazie, where you’ll see Leonardo’s The Last Supper. Follow your guide inside the convent's refectory to feast your eyes on this beautiful fresco. Uncover the secrets behind the painting, and hear more about the time da Vinci spent in Milan. Marvel at the medieval Sforza Castle, an imposing fortress was the residence of the dukes of Milan for centuries. Today it houses museums and important art collections. Stroll through 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. 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. View the beautiful exteriors of 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.

Milan: Skip-the-Line Tickets to the Last Supper

5. Milan: Skip-the-Line Tickets to the Last Supper

Milan is famous for many things, but the Last Supper is perhaps its most special treasure. Its fame and beauty however make it difficult to find tickets to see it. With these exclusive skip-the-line tickets you will enjoy direct access to see one of Italy's most treasured masterpieces with no stress or worry attached. Not only will you receive tickets, but a coordinator will meet you in front of the entry to the Chapel of Santa Maria Delle Grazie. They will also assist you with all entry and administrative logistics on site. Once inside, you will be on your own to explore and enjoy both the beauty of this painting and the interior of the chapel as your heart desires.

Milan: Last Supper & Santa Maria delle Grazie Guided Tour

6. Milan: Last Supper & Santa Maria delle Grazie Guided Tour

Admire Leonardo da Vinci's Last Supper, one of the world's most famous paintings and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Discover the painting technique, history, mysteries, and legends surrounding the masterpiece located in the refectory of the adjacent church, Santa Maria delle Grazie. Begin your tour in Santa Maria delle Grazie Square in front of the Renaissance church. Built between 1492 and 1493 at the behest of the Duke of Milan Ludovico il Moro, the church was originally a mausoleum for his family. With its iconic octagonal tribune designed by Bramante, Santa Maria delle Grazie defines one of the highest achievements of the Renaissance in northern Italy. Let yourself be amazed by the Last Supper, Leonardo's masterpiece that has continued to inspire throughout the centuries and will leave you with an indelible memory of Milan.

Milan: Guided Tour of Leonardo da Vinci's 'The Last Supper'

7. Milan: Guided Tour of Leonardo da Vinci's 'The Last Supper'

Come face to face with the legendary mural of The Last Supper on a guided tour of the UNESCO World Heritage Listed church of Santa Maria delle Grazie with skip-the-line tickets. Wonder in awe at the creation of the painting and the life of Leonardo da Vinci. Meet your licensed guide and skip the queue to enter straight into the church. Listen to the expert as they briefly introduce you to the life of Leonardo da Vinci, highlighting his works of art. Brace yourself as you step into the room containing the world-famous mural of The Last Supper, painted by da Vinci himself. Spend around fifteen minutes admiring this historic piece of artwork, learning about the characters displayed at the table and the techniques used to bring them to life.

Milan: Duomo and The Last Supper Skip-the-Line Guided Tour

8. Milan: Duomo and The Last Supper Skip-the-Line Guided Tour

Embark on a day out in Milan with a live guide. Enjoy a skip-the-line entry ticket to Milan's Duomo, see the iconic Da Vinci's Last Supper, marvel at the medieval Sforza Castle, and visit the vibrant Brera district. Meet your guide and fellow art lovers at the Duomo or the Santa Maria delle Grazie church, depending on what option you book. Learn as your guide tells you all about the history and culture of Milan. Get a skip-the-line entry ticket to Milan's Duomo and see one of the largest churches in Europe. Walk around and see another side of Milan with your guide, and don't forget to take photos of the 15th-century Sforza Castle. Feel in awe as you also enjoy a skip-the-line entry ticket to Santa Maria delle Grazie church, where you will see the famous, The Last Supper by Leonardo Da Vinci. Listen as your guide points out the details and enjoy your guaranteed 15 minutes with the fresco. Explore the cobbled streets of the Brera district, the beating heart of Milan's social and cultural life. Hear about all the famous artists and thinkers that have called Brera home. 

Milan: Last Supper and S. Maria delle Grazie Ticket and Tour

9. Milan: Last Supper and S. Maria delle Grazie Ticket and Tour

If you're visiting Milan, the Last Supper (L'Ultima Cena) by Leonardo da Vinci is a must-see. The sublime work of the Italian genius, is now preserved in the monumental Unesco heritage complex at Basilica Santa Maria delle Grazie. It is one of the most studied and imitated masterpieces in the world, but it is also one of the most mysterious and discussed paintings from the Italian Renaissance. Join us on this guided tour to discover history and secrets that lie behind the Last Supper painting and the beautiful Basilica of Santa Maria delle Grazie. You'll have the opportunity to catch all the Da Vinci "souls' motions" hidden in his canvas, from his brushstrokes to the represented characters. A perfect painting,  a strong emotional storytelling... 

Da Vinci's Last Supper & Milan Sightseeing Tour

10. Da Vinci's Last Supper & Milan Sightseeing Tour

Discover some of Milan's most significant landmarks and masterpieces on a guided tour by bus. Marvel at the Last Supper up close, visit the famous Duomo gothic cathedral, see La Scala opera house in person, and more. Reservations to see the Last Supper are limited and sell out quickly, sometimes months in advance. This tour guarantees you access to the Last Supper in addition to an exciting sightseeing tour through downtown Milan. You will discover what makes Milan such a chic and trendy metropolis and tour one of the world's greatest fashion capitals, famous for its extravagant designer shows, boutiques, and outlet stores. Continue to Milan's famous Duomo, the impressive gothic cathedral and symbol of the city. Make a stop at Milan's renowned opera house, La Scala, where the great works of composers such as Verdi and Puccini have debuted, and artists such as Maria Callas and Luciano Pavarotti have enchanted audiences. Finally the bus will transfer you to Santa Maria delle Grazie, a church and Dominican convent, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, where you will view the remarkable Last Supper by Da Vinci.

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We had just come from the Bullet Train at the station and met our guide who was very helpful and especially kind. Our luggage was too big for the lockers so he had a friend watch our luggage while we took the tour of 'The Last Supper.' He told stories of the WW II bombings and how the painting was spared - by God, of course, unharmed and untouched. We were able to sit and view the painting as he described in detail each of the twelve apostles and their bodily expressions toward Jesus. When we walked out of the wash room to pick up our luggage, our ready guide was standing by our luggage just as God was watching over The Last Supper during WW II. AMAZING.

Our guide, a young woman whose name escapes me, was friendly and extremely well informed of the subject matter. (She wore a lilac beret and gloves.) She answered even obscure questions with great mastery of the subject. Throughout the whole tour she was constantly giving us relevant information, never once showing the exhaustion she must have felt after a few hours of talking. The tour was extremely well appreciated by all, and we all learned quite a lot from the experience (more than any guidebook has given us so far).

I really enjoyed my tour with Mariska. She was very knowledgeable and energetic. She kept the group interacted and provided many details on the history and background of Milan and the visited places during the tour. She was also very helpful in proving provided information that was unrelated to our tour. 3.5hr tour flied by ai quickly.

Very good tour. Knowledgeable, friendly and very sweet guide. Was the only way to see the Last Supper, as tickets are sold out really fast. I definitely recommend!

Our guide, Linda, was very informative and told us all kinds of neat little tidbits.