The best of Milan
- Discover Milan and see the main sights of the city.
- See the authentic Leonardo Da Vnci's Last Supper under the guidance of a professional guide
On request upon availability
English, Italian, French, German, Spanish, Portuguese (other languages available on request with supplement) - Please specify the selected language upon reservation
Sophisticated, fast-paced, magnetic and definitely cool. Explore the heart of Milan, Italy’s main industrial hub and a captivating futuristic metropolis, experience its glamorous atmosphere, during an enlightening visit led by a knowledgeable local guide. Founded in 400 B.C., ruled by the Visconti family and cultivated Sforza lords, who bedecked it with their grandiose namesake castle, the city boasts a refined atmosphere and brilliant contemporary art scene, as well as unique artistic masterpieces. Unveil its diverse cultural value, fascinating heritage and eventful history strolling down the elegant shopping streets and wide avenues, discover the city’s grandeur viewing its fine landmarks and palaces, among which the Royal Palace, glistening Galleria Vittorio Emanuele and La Scala Theatre, one of the world’s leading opera houses. Peek into the stylish bars, hotels, galleries and restaurants, and learn about the city’s rich centuries-old legacy and inventive vision. Marvel at the richness of its most iconic sight, the Duomo, Milan’s flamboyant Cathedral: featuring an elaborate pearly white façade adorned with 135 spires and 3400 statues this imposing building looks like a magical fairytale crown! View Leonardo Da Vinci’s stupefying Cenacolo, the Last Supper, one of the most famous artworks in the world. Depicting the scene in which Jesus declares that one of the Apostles will betray him the painting boasts an innovative approach: the portrayal of the disciples shows the persons reactions, making the painting a profound study of a variety of diverse human emotions.
- Private professional licensed guide for 3 hours
- Entrance Fees to the Last Supper
In Piazza Santa Maria delle Grazie n°1, Milan.
We regret to inform that this tour is not suitable for guests with wheelchairs or with impaired mobility.
This tour runs rain or shine.