Last Supper, Duomo and Milan walking Tour
Explore the city of Milan, and understand its cultural and historical significance with the help of a local guide on this walking tour. Bypass the winding lines that are a daily occurrence outside the renowned Milan monuments!
- Witness one of the gems of Leonardo da Vinci, housed in one of the most beautiful churches in the world.
- Learn about the culture and history surrounding the ancient city of Milan, on this professionally guided walking tour.
- Skip the line entry into select monuments, allowing you to zip past the long queues that are common outside these famous attractions.
Why You Shouldn’t Miss This
Attracting nearly 8 million overseas visitors every year, Milan boasts some of the most exquisite and important art collections in the world. Several of Leonardo da Vinci’s works, such as the Last Supper, the Atlantic Code, and several frescoes, paintings and drawings can be seen throughout Milan.
The Milan Cathedral is one of the finest examples of Italian architecture. Taking nearly six centuries to complete, it is the seat of the Archbishop of Milan and the third largest church in the world. The Santa Maria Delle Grazie Church is a UNESCO World Heritage Sight and houses one of the greatest works of art in the world, The Last Supper. Portraying the scene of Jesus’ Last Supper with his disciples, the painting depicts the distress of the disciples when Jesus announces that one of them would betray him in the future.
The San Maurizio al Monastero Maggiore is currently used as an archaeological museum. It also serves as a concert hall on special occasions. The Santa Maria presso San Satiro church was one of the first examples of the use of Trompe-l'œil, a technique used to create the optical illusion of 3 dimensions. Due to the presence of a road behind the church, the choir was forced to be a measly 3 feet in depth. Donato Bramante created a painted perspective that makes it seem as if the church stretches nearly 30 feet.
The tour guide will take you on a journey through the fascinating city of Milan. You will visit the Sforza castle and move onto the medieval heart of the town, Mercanti Square. Next, you will observe the Gothic influence of the renowned Duomo Cathedral. Several famous artworks are present within the cathedral. The Saint Bartholomew Flayed statue is an incredible work of art that captures the eyes of every visitor in the cathedral. Next on the itinerary is a visit to the Santa Maria presso San Satiro. The optical illusion of the Santa Maria presso San Satiro church will deceive you in the beginning, and the revelation will take your breath away.
You will then see a notorious sculpture “The Finger” by Maurizio Cattelan, that is both provocative, yet crafted beautifully. Next up is a walk along the streets of the fashion capital. A stroll along the Montenapoleone Street and Via Della Spiga will give you a look into the posh and swanky fashion industry of Milan. Next up is a walk across the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II and its incredible glass roof is a thing of wonder. The glass canopy, combined with the mosaic flooring makes this gallery a must-see for anyone visiting Milan. The massive entrance arch is a stellar sight.
Finally, you will visit the world-famous Santa Maria Delle Grazie Church. The Gothic and Renaissance influences can be seen throughout the church. The centerpiece is the Da Vinci masterpiece, The Last Supper. The genius of Da Vinci is something that must be witnessed in person to understand, and the Last Supper serves as the perfect example.
- Professional guide
- Audio headsets
- Skip the line entry to select locations on the tour
- Pickup and drop off at hotel
Know Before You Go
On Sundays, the visit to the Duomo Milan will be replaced with a visit to the Piazza Gae Aulenti.
Tuesday to Sunday - 9:30 AM
Strict Cancellation Policy
Once the booking is made, the tickets are non-refundable.
How To Use Your Tickets
You will receive an email confirmation with your Last Supper, Duomo and Milan Walking Tour ticket voucher shortly. No need to print. Just show the voucher on a mobile phone with a valid photo ID at the meeting point.
Piazza Luigi Cadorna n. 14 - (on the right side of the main entrance of Cadorna Train Station, near bar MARINONI)
How to Get There
By Bus: Stop: Cadorna M1 m2 using bus nos. 61, 94 or N6
By Subway: Stop: Cadorna FN M1 using lines 1, 2
By Tram: Stop: Cadorna using tram 1
By Train: Stop: Milano Cadorna using trains R16, R17, R22, R27, S2, S3, S4, XP1, RE_1, RE_7
The ticket is valid only for the date and time for which you’ve scheduled the booking.
20123 Milan, Metropolitan City of Milan, Italy, Milan