Thank you for purchasing an Art Discoveries 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.
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Many thanks and best regards.
Art Discoveries Milano Team
P.s. Further info
You will meet your guide at the main entrance to the Sforza Castle by the Clock Tower on piazza Castello (Castle Square). If you are coming from Cairoli Metro station or the pedestrain Via Dante, just walk beyond a large round fountain and you will see the tower.
Cairoli Subway Station Line 1 (Red) or Cadorna Subway Station, Line 1 and 2 (Green).
Guide will be there holding a sign with Art Discoveries Milano logo. Appointment is indicated on your voucher.
Please make sure you arrive at least 10/15 minutes prior to start time.
After visiting the Castle 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 & MICHELANGELO – TWO OUTSIDERS OF THE ITALIAN RENAISSANCE"
This tour highlights two outsiders of the Italian Renaissance: Leonardo da Vinci and Michelangelo Buonarroti. The sublime painter versus the divine sculptor. Before visiting Leonardo’s Last Supper at Santa Maria delle Grazie we will admire within the Sforza Castle premises, in the recently inaugurated Museum of the Pietà one of the most extraordinary works of art by Michelangelo Buonarroti, his late and unfinished Pietà Rondanini. The statue may well be considered a sorrowful meditation upon the theme of death, an experimental interpretation of a codified iconography that Michelangelo innovates completely. But his reclining Virgin Mary leaning over the limp body of Christ is also the embodiment of motherly love and pain. A masterpiece left unfinished by the elder master when he passed away in 1564.
ENGLISH Guided tour.
Headsets for better listening are provided for groups larger than 12 participants.
Duration: h.2:00/2:30 (including a total of approximately 20’ walking time).