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Da Vinci's Last Supper & Milan tour

Simply select the ideal date for your visit by clicking on the calendar.

Once you've selected a date on the calendar we'll show you the ticket options that are available, one or more of which may be of interest to you.

At tickitaly we spend an inordinate amount of time trying to get people in to see the Last Supper. There is just no getting around the fact that enormous demand into tiny venue simply does not add up. We are trying some different approaches, and this - joining a larger more inclusive tour - is one of them.

The biggest problem is that the philosophy of the organisation behind ticketing for the Last Supper is geared towards satisfying tour groups and large parties. This is, begrudgingly, understandable ... if they can fill their slots with single large bookings as opposed to multiple individual travellers, then they're going to opt for the easy route every time. This leaves us pretty much picking up the crumbs for you, the DIY traveller.
Don't misunderstand us - we do fulfill between 50 and 70% of the orders we take (this varies according to the time of year) - but that still leaves a lot of unlucky and unhappy customers.

So ... tours. The upside - we can pretty much guarantee a visit to see the Last Supper; the downside - it will cost more than a standard ticket. But standard tickets are hard to come by, and this is far more than a 'standard' tour. Over and above your guaranteed viewing of the Last Supper, you'll have either a walking tour ('In the footsteps of Leonardo') or a combined bus and guided walking tour of Milan.

The tours last roughly three to three and a half hours. The walking tour runs on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 4.00 PM (until the end of October). The combined bus/walking tour runs at either 9.30 AM or 2.30 PM, Tuesday to Sunday inclusive, all year round. The itineraries are usually as follows in the tabs below.

HOW YOU'LL GET YOUR TICKETS:

To reserve tickets for a Milan tour and Last Supper viewing, just fill out the booking form, then supply us with credit card details, and we'll do the rest. There will be no charge whatsoever until we confirm your reservation. Once we've done that, we'll send you a link to a page from where you'll print out your voucher, together with instructions on where to go to begin your tour.

About Leonardo Da Vinci's Last Supper, Milan

Visitor information for viewing Leonardo Da Vinci's Last Supper

Last Supper + Milan bus & walking tour, morning

Last Supper - Milan bus and walking tour (09.30 AM start). A combined bus and walking tour that culminates with a viewing of the Last Supper.

09:30 AM Departure from meeting point followed by transfer to Piazza Scala. A guided tour, on foot, of Piazza Scala - home to Teatro alla Scala, the opera house - the Theatre Museum, Galleria Vittorio Emanuele, Piazza Duomo and a visit to the cathedral. This, the on-foot part of the tour, will last around 60 minutes.
Next comes a 'panoramic' tour of Milan by bus, terminating at the Castello Sforzesco, with an explanation from the outside of the castle. Entrance to the gardens and courtyards is free, you will be able to visit them after the tour. Entrance to the museum is not included, but you may enter for free after 4.30 PM.

Please note that in the event of special events or religious festivals the tour will not include the interior of the Duomo - in the event that the Duomo is not accessible the tour will include a guided explanation of the Castello Sforza Gardens and courtyards instead.

Heightened security and subsequent queues may mean that the group won't enter the cathedral as it would take too much time. If this does occur then you'll be given entrance tickets in order that you may visit yourselves after the tour has finished.

12:00 NOON Next it's a bus transfer to the church of Santa Maria delle Grazie.
12:30 PM Viewing of Leonardo da Vinci's Last Supper.
13:00 PM Return to meeting point.

Language:
English and Spanish (Tuesday and Friday)
English and German (Wednesday and Saturday)
English and Portuguese (Thursday)
English and Italian (Sunday)

Please note that since the tour includes a visit to the Cathedral there is a strict dress code - please do not wear shorts, sleeveless tee-shirts or other inappropriate clothing or you may not be allowed to enter the Cathedral.

Last Supper Milan walking tour, late afternoon.

Milan walking tour, 'In the footsteps of Leonardo'

04:00 PM Tour begins at Milan's Pinacoteca Ambrosiana (gallery) where you'll see Leonardo masterpieces such as the 'Musico' (portrait of a musician, oil on panel) and some of the illustrated manuscripts featured in the noted 'Codice Atlantico' exhibition.
05:00 PM It's on towards the church of Santa Maria delle Grazie, home to Leonardo's Last Supper. Your entrance to view the Last Supper is guaranteed.
07:00 PM Your tour ends at Santa Maria delle Grazie Church.

Language: English
Tour is available from 1st April to 31st October, and runs on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays.

Please note that since the tour includes a visit to the Cathedral there is a strict dress code - please do not wear shorts, sleeveless tee-shirts or other inappropriate clothing or you may not be allowed to enter the Cathedral.

Last Supper + Milan bus & walking tour, afternoon

Last Supper - Milan bus and walking tour (02.30 PM start). A combined bus and walking tour that culminates with a viewing of the Last Supper.

02:30 PM departure from meeting point followed by transfer to Piazza Scala. A guided tour, on foot, of Piazza Scala - home to Teatro alla Scala, the opera house - the Theatre Museum, Galleria Vittorio Emanuele, Piazza Duomo and a visit to the cathedral. This, the on-foot part of the tour, will last around 60 minutes.
Next comes a 'panoramic' tour of Milan by bus, terminating at the Castello Sforzesco, with an explanation from the outside of the castle. Entrance to the gardens and courtyards is free, you will be able to visit them after the tour. Entrance to the museum is not included, but you may enter for free after 4.30 PM.

Please note that in the event of special events or religious festivals the tour will not include the interior of the Duomo - in the event that the Duomo is not accessible the tour will include a guided explanation of the Castello Sforza Gardens and courtyards instead.

Heightened security and subsequent queues may mean that the group won't enter the cathedral as it would take too much time. If this does occur then you'll be given entrance tickets in order that you may visit yourselves after the tour has finished.

05:00 PM Next it's a bus transfer to the church of Santa Maria delle Grazie.
05:30 PM Viewing of Leonardo da Vinci's Last Supper.
06:00 PM Return to meeting point.

Tours always include English but on the following days are bilingual:
Tuesdays and Fridays: English and Spanish
Saturdays: English and German

In the event of any special events taking place it is possible that the Duomo and La Scala visit may not be practical. The tour ends in Foro Bonaparte.

Please note that since the tour includes a visit to the Cathedral there is a strict dress code - please do not wear shorts, sleeveless tee-shirts or other inappropriate clothing or you may not be allowed to enter the Cathedral.

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