Admire Leonardo Da Vinci's masterpiece, The Last Supper, on a 1.5-hour guided tour of the Church of Santa Maria delle Grazie. An officially licensed and Italian-speaking guide will turn this visit into a fascinating experience, taking you back to the grandeur of Milan’s Renaissance. The church is the result of the ambitions of Duke Ludovico il Moro and the visions of the artist Leonardo da Vinci and Renaissance architect Donato Bramante. Hear about the events that linked these illustrious characters from your guide’s stories and gossip during that time. Saving the best until last, you’ll slip inside the silent refectory of the convent to see Da Vinci’s painting, The Last Supper. Your guide will talk you through the expressions of astonishment, embarrassment and agitation expressed by Da Vinci in the apostles gathered around Christ.
Meet your guide at the main entrance to Santa Maria delle Grazie (Metro red line 1, Conciliazione stop; Tram 16, Santa Maria delle Grazie stop)open in google maps ->
• Tour groups have a maximum of 24 participants • Please note that this tour is conducted in Italian only • The tour operates in all weather conditions, so please dress appropriately • The guide will have a list of registered participants, together with your tickets for The Last Supper • Note that the supplier reserves the right to photograph or video parts of the tour which may be posted on social media pages/website for advertising purposes. You have the right to refuse to be photographed or filmed • Please bear in mind that Santa Maria delle Grazie is a place of worship. You should wear clothing that covers your shoulders and knees. Shorts, tank tops, bare shoulders or short skirts are not permitted • No pictures are allowed inside the church • It is forbidden to use selfie sticks or tripods in The Last Supper Museum, however you can take photographs (without flash) • No cloakroom service is available in The Last Supper Museum
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