Thank you for purchasing an Art Discoveries Milano/Last Supper Milano tour.
All the information relating to your tour is contained on the voucher in attachment.
Please print it (or save it on your mobile device) and take it with you on the day of your visit and show it to the guide upon meeting.
Do not hesitate to contact us for any query you may have.
Many thanks and best regards.
P.s. Further info
You will meet your guide outside the Last Supper museum at Piazza S. Maria delle Grazie (Conciliazione or Cadorna underground station or tram 16)
Guide will be there holding a signboard with Art Discoveries Milano logo. Appointment is indicated on your voucher.
Please make sure you arrive at least 15 minutes prior to start time so as to receive instructions and headsets for better listening to the guide's commentary.
From Cadorna Square you will reach on foot the Last Supper Museum at St. Maria delle Grazie.
We recommend comfortable footwear and appropriate attire to visit churches and places of worship.
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"LEONARDO & BRAMANTE"
Enjoy this 1-hour tour to the most celebrated art site in Milan. Have no hassle to visit Leonardo's masterpiece with skip-the-line tickets and priority access to the Last Supper.
Visit as well the Basilica of S. Maria delle Grazie with its precious Gothic and Renaissance interiors and admire architect Bramante's Cloister of Frogs and Tribune with its perfectly balanced symmetrical forms alluding to virginal purity and perfection.
Take a walk with your guide around the church to admire the coat of arms and emblems of the Sforza dynasty and admire their family portraits on Palazzo Atellani's 1930s façade.
The former palazzo was owned by Giacomotto della Tela, a loyal courtier of Ludovico Sforza who headquartered his court close to S. Maria delle Grazie when he was at the height of his glory and power.
Discover how this area was once on the northwestern outskirts of Milan amidst orchards and vineyards, the most famous of which was owned by Leonardo da Vinci in person, an endowment received in 1498 from Duke Ludovico Sforza for his artistic merits after completing his celebrated Last Supper masterpiece.
ENGLISH Guided tour. Headsets for better listening are provided for groups larger than 12 participants.