Daily except Monday
10:30am, 1pm, 1:30pm & 2:30pm (take your pick)
Note: Tour schedules are seasonal and may not be available throughout the year.
Santa Maria delle Grazie (Last Supper)
Don't miss Da Vinci’s masterpiece ‘The Last Supper’ on your trip to Milan! To protect the group painting, viewing is limited and reservations sell out weeks in advance. Take advantage of the Skip-the-Line Access to The Last Supper and The Duomo - two of Milan's must-see sights. Get right past the Duomo's lengthy queues to enter this architectural masterpiece, with your expert guide and group of 14 or lesser people.
Start your Milan walking tour with the famous Milan Duomo; this incredible cathedral is often described as one of the most beautiful churches in the world. As you explore, audio headsets are provided so you don't miss a word of your experienced, English-speaking guide.
Your next stop is the impressive Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II. Full of fashionable shops and cafés, it is often called the drawing room of Milan for its importance as a common meeting point. Then arrive at the architectural wonder - Medieval Sforza Castle. Continue your tour to the rich neighbourhood full of historical buildings, literature cafés, antique shops, sophisticated restaurants and fashionable bars and home to artists and intellectuals – the Brera District.
With a pre-booked slot and Skip-the-Line Access to The Last Supper, you get straight inside, where you’ll spend 15 minutes alone with this masterpiece. Renowned for realism ahead of its time, ‘The Last Supper’ mural portrays the emotional response of each of the Apostles when Jesus predicts that one of them will betray him. All 12 Apostles react differently to the news, showing various degrees of anger and shock.
About the Supplier: City Wonders are leaders in Italy tours and experiences. Their tours are insightful and entertaining with expert guides taking you around the city’s known as well as offbeat attractions. They believe in having a small group size to provide intimate experiences in all major cities of Italy.
Voucher information: No need to print! You can show your voucher on your smartphone or other devices. (But if you’d rather print a copy – that’s fine too!)
So there’s no last-minute rush please arrive at the start point 15 mins early.
Unfortunately, the tour is not suitable for those with mobility problems.
Important information required from all passengers: You MUST provide all passenger names at the time of booking in order to access the viewing of the Last Supper.
Avoid bringing large purses, bags, or backpacks as there will be security checks while entering the attractions. Since we would visit a place of worship, wearing shirts with sleeves and avoiding shorts, vest tops and open-toe sandals would be best.
Visits to the interior of the Duomo are not possible on Sunday mornings and religious holidays. On these days, a full explanation will be given from outside the Cathedral.
Please note, from August 6th 2021 all public venues in Italy will require visitors above the age of 12 to present a COVID-19 “Green certificate” and a valid ID, proving that they are fully vaccinated (with an EMA-approved vaccine), or that they have been tested (PCR or antigen) with a negative result within the last 48 hours, or that they have recovered from COVID-19 (with a PCR or antigen test result) at least 15 days and no more than 6 months old. Green Passes must be in Italian or English and can be presented in digital or printed format.
This was a very informative and interesting tour. The tour guide was excellent. The only criticism I have is that the tour ended far from where we started and directions to get back were confusing. It would be much better to end the tour where it began.
This was a very interesting and informative tour. I gave only three stars for fun because this was not a tour designed to be fun. It was a tour to learn about a city. Our...
Guide was very knowledgeable and offered many insights I was unaware of....
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