9:30am and 2:30pm
Make your way to Milan, Largo Cairoli 18 (Milan Visitor Center)
Same as the start point
Enjoy a lively walking tour of the vibrant metropolis of Milan with a professional guide in tow. Explore some of the most striking architectonic gems of Milan, starting with the medieval castle – Castello Sforzesco – once the residence of the royal family, the mighty Sforza dynasty, now a museum with an invaluable art collection.
Pass through Via Dante and Piazza Mercanti, once a bustling commercial hub and see Milan’s Cathedral – Duomo, one of the world’s largest, most striking gothic cathedrals. Learn how it took half a millennium to finish the 135 spires and 3,200 statues, crammed onto the roof and facade of the building.
Pass the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II shopping gallery, a 19th century glass vaulted shopping arcade. Brimming with fashionable shops and cafes, it is often called the ‘salotto di Milano’ or ‘Milan’s drawing room’ for its social significance as a common meeting point for the people of Milan.
Crossing the gallery, enter a wide square which is home to the prestigious Opera House, where some of the world’s greatest musicians and opera singers have performed including Pavarotti and Giuseppe Verdi – La Scala.
The walking tour concludes at Santa Maria delle Grazie, house of the UNESCO Wold Heritage “The Last Supper”. Your package includes this difficult to obtain pre-booked entrance, guaranteeing exclusive no waiting line entry and an intimate viewing of the legendary Last Supper.
The delicate nature of this mural allows the entry for a few people at the time, which makes it extremely rare to find a ticket and sometimes those are sold out even several months before. But we guarantee, you won’t stand in the crowd trying to catch only a glimpse of it.
Voucher information: You can show your voucher on your smartphone (But if you’d rather print a copy – that’s fine too!)
Unfortunately, the tour is not wheelchair accessible.
Timings are subjected to organization and/or traffic problems.
Visit to the "Last Supper" guaranteed; visit to Duomo and La Scala may not be allowed in case of special events
In the Duomo Cathedral it is strictly forbidden to bring stroller, bulky bags or umbrellas or to wear low-cut clothing. Shoulders should be covered as well.
Dress appropriately for the entrance to the Duomo Cathedral. It is strictly forbidden to wear low-cut clothing. Shoulders should be covered as well.
Due to new regulations regarding the access in the museum we kindly ask you to bring your ID or passport and the green pass.
The confirmation voucher includes the local activity operator’s contact details. They’re a nice bunch, and will happily answer any logistical questions you may have.
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