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S. Eustorgio, the Portinari Chapel & the Canals

View of Naviglio Grande

The Basilica of S. Eustorgio, known as the church of the Three Wise Men, besides being a beautiful example of Lombard Gothic style offers also one of the most stunning Renaissance chapels of Milano, the so called Cappella Portinari, built at he expense of a Florentine banker and painted by the great Lombard artist Vincenzo Foppa.
A tour for those who like getting off the beaten track and discovering hidden and somewhat underestimated gems but, at the same time, do not want to miss a cool spot like the Naviglio Grande, Milan’s oldest canal. Cod. 016-EUPRC.

Duration of guided tour: h. 2.00/2.30

Where: Piazza Sant’Eustorgio 1
How to get there: tram 3//9/12/14; Subway: line 2 Porta Genova
Opening hours: Tues/Sun am 10:00-6:00 pm closed on Mondays
Cappella Portinari & St. Eustorgio Museum admission charge 

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