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Top sights in Milan
Da Vinci's portrait of The Last Supper between Jesus and his disciples has become a cultural classic. The original work can be seen today in Milan, attracting visitors from all over the world - But what are some other things can you plan into your trip?
This church and convent houses The Last Supper and is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The architecture is some of the important in Italy, having survived attacks during WWII.
Need some interactive guidance? Look no further than this multimedia exhibition. Analyze the painting, learn about the Renaissance, and experience the new scent feature!
This medieval fortress is a symbol of the Italian Renaissance, so it fits in perfectly with a viewing of The Last Supper to broaden your understanding.
Known simply as San Satiro, it's small, but still packs a punch with its beautiful interiors and, notably, one of the earliest examples of a trompe l'oeil in art history.
Tour Milan 1930s-style! Sit back, relax, and enjoy the view of historic monuments, including the Piazza della Repubblica and La Scala opera house.
Only one group at a time is allowed into the Last Supper viewing area at Santa Maria della Grazie chapel - that is, a maximum of 15 people. A ticket must be booked in advance.
Inside The Last Supper may only be available during the month of August - it may be a good idea to check in advance.
In churches, you should make sure that your shoulders and knees are covered.
If you book a walking tour, you can easily see all the main sights by foot! However, there is also a metro system for your other needs.
- When should I visit?The Last Supper is open Tuesday through Sunday, 8:15AM - 7:00PM. Closed May 1, New Year's Day and Christmas Day.
- Is it expensive?Tickets vary by package, check online for the best prices and to book in advance and avoid long queues.
- Will I need a guide?With so much to see and learn, it's a great idea.
- How to get thereTake the Red Line to Conciliazione, the Red or Green Line to Cardona or the #16 tram.
- Additional information
- Book online to avoid the long queues.
- Tickets sell out quickly, but sometimes you can get lucky and find a few last minute that have been re-added.
What people are saying about Last Supper
The tour is awesome, the tour guide is awesome too. The Sforza Castle is beautiful and it’s an incredible experience to see the Last Supper up close. There was nothing at all wrong with the tour itself, the employees at the Last Supper building are all grumpy old women though. Probs sick of tourists but still, they were very rude and unhelpful.
I am so happy I took this tour. I loved all that I saw but felt that Charles added so much more information from his knowledge base and by using the tablet.
No waiting in line for tickets, no stress, lots of interesting facts about last supper but also of the entire area. Great and knowlegdeable guide. Worth it
Not having too much expectations surely helps to get surprised. The organisation of this small tour was good to start with, the explanation and comments were by a friendly lady, who appeared to be a real expert with a broad knowledge of art history. Sound was really audible very well through a simple system with a receiver and an ear plug, English was nearly perfect. The Cenacolo and S.M. delle Grazie were covered in depth with all opportunities for questions, the other destination (San Maurizio church) was very orginal and is a special experience for anyone interested in art and religious history, in addition to a spectacular but largely unknown sight, of two separated churches packed with paintings of all kinds. The final walk to the castle was somewhat less orginal, though the commentary was still worthwhile. It's all walking along the streets, the company became reduced gradually but the discussions with the expert guide remained interesting for those who kept going.
Intense trip with lots of insight information. Totally recommend it! Includes a coffe break to rest the tired legs ;)