Skip the Line: Small-Group Milan Walking Tour with da Vinci's 'The Last Supper' Tickets
Reviewed by: linda c, July 2014
Our tour was very enjoyable and successful. Our guide was very informative, approachable and sensitive to the groups needs on a hot afternoon.
With many thanks for adding to our experience of visiting Milan. It's a great city!
Reviewed by: Sheena D, July 2014
In spite of a Milan heatwave of 39 degrees in early June, our tour was wonderful. We met our guide
' Rafaelle' and set off equipped with ear pieces so it didn't matter where we were in the group, we could hear her easily. It certainly helped that Rafaelle spoke such good english with a very attractive Italian lilt. Tip - take a bottle of water and good walking shoes. Our tour was very informative and Rafaelle certainly knew her stuff. When we were half way, we stopped at a little cafe for a rest - no obligation to buy. Some of us had something to eat with us, and some bought something. The tour was very extensive and was kept interesting with many little stories and quips added by our guide. I would highly recommend this tour to all who are feeling FIT.
Reviewed by: Marshy, July 2014
Fantastic way to see and hear about the history of Milan.
Reviewed by: Christine S, July 2014
Another must do!! I'm not that religious, but this tour and the last supper was absolutely amazing - even my husband was moved by the original painting!! The guide was very knowledgable and very easy to understand.
Reviewed by: Karel H, July 2014
The tour was great, we visited the Duomo that is incredible!!! Then we walk around the city of Milan visiting all the main interesting points. The Last Supper of Leonardo Da Vinci is a Masterpiece, worth seeing it.
Reviewed by: Robert D, July 2014
Of the 21 days spent touring Europe, this was my main interest. the rest of the trip was great, but I wanted only to see this painting. walking was hard but final viewing was very good.
Reviewed by: Macy C, June 2014
Wow, the Last Supper was amazing!! It was a really hot day, but it was all worth the walking it to see that masterpiece.