Skip the Line: Leonardo da Vinci Walking Tour of Milan Including 'The Last Supper' Ticket
After marveling at the Atlantic Codex, enjoy a leisurely stroll through the city center to the Church of Santa Maria delle Grazie. Enjoy a guided tour of the UNESCO-listed church and Dominican convent and then perhaps refuel with a drink and a light snack (own expense) in the square outside the church.
Then, walk together with your guide to the convent’s refectory where The Last Supper is housed. Bypass the crowds with your skip-the-line ticket and enter the intimate room with your guide — only one group at a time is allowed to stand with the painting. Get up close to this world-famous mural that depicts the moment Jesus announced that one of his 12 disciples would betray him. Admire the exquisite colors and details and hear about the painstaking 21-year restoration that is has recently undergone.
After your time is up (15 minutes is the maximum amount of time anyone is allowed to stay in the specially conditioned room), head to the souvenir shop where your tour concludes. Here, take the opportunity to purchase gifts for yourself, your friends or your family. Alternatively, ask your guide for directions to anywhere else you want to go.
Please note: reservations to see The Last Supper are limited and sell out quickly, sometimes months in advance. Choose this tour to be guaranteed advance booking and entrance tickets
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Leonardo da Vinci Half-Day Walking Tour including The Last Supper
- Local guide
- Entrance tickets to Leonardo da Vinci's Atlantic Codex
- Entrance tickets to Leonardo da Vinci's The Last Supper
- Hotel pick up and drop off
- Food and drinks, unless specified
- Gratuities (optional)
- Confirmation will be received within 48 hours of booking, subject to availability
Reviewed by: gweeon, May 2015
Unless you're lucky enough to snag the handful of tickets available through the Vivaticket website, a private tour is the only way to see The Last Supper. And while it's expensive, we thoroughly enjoyed the tour - our guide was extremely knowledgeable about Leonardo da Vinci, and she provided insights that we wouldn't have been able to find in a guide book. And even though you only get 15 mins. to view the actual painting, it's an amazing experience.
Reviewed by: Kenneth L, November 2014
The Last Supper was on the top of the list of things to do during our short stay in Milan. I could not have been more pleased to have Freda as our guide. She very knowledgeable and animated. She educated us with enthusiasm! The pace of the tour was good! Would highly recommend!