Excellent tour guide. Disappointed that it did not include entrance to view the Pieta at the castle museum. Also would have liked more information within the duomo. Otherwise great, and recommended. Guide was terrific.
Excellent guide, visited main sites, didn't see castle
Seeing The Last Supper is definitely worth doing, but this tour is not. It was way too long and visiting The Last Supper was the last thing on a two-hour walking tour of much of nothing. It could really be cut down to an hour. It was super hot, and our guide made an effort to keep us in the shade as much as possible. But visiting Sforza Castle, without going into the museums is frankly just boring.
This Walking Tour was exceptional. Our guide was professional, well organized and very well informed. We visited the Duomo, the area of Brera, and the Sforza castle before coming to da Vinci's Last Supper. Throughout the tour our guide's humor and openness to questions kept us all engaged. In addition, we had time to contemplate some of these treasures on our own. Just make sure to wear walking shoes!
Rafaella was an excellent tour guide, with many facts at her fingertips and a good sense of humor. Bu the tour is overpriced for what you get, in my opinion. We got a good tour of the Duomo, but just walked past La Scala and could not even stop to peek in the door. We spent about twenty minutes in a cafe so people could use the restroom and get something to eat or drink -- but it's only a three-hour tour and that seemed to me to be a waste of time. We walked to the Sforza castle, which was interesting, but again, we just walked through the grounds and didn't see any of the museums there. We finally ended up at the church where The Last Supper is. The timing was good, not a long wait, and we had 15 minutes to see the painting with just our small group. That was very satisfying. But in general, I think I could have made ticket reservations for more places for less money, and seen more things. On the other hand, we took this took our first afternoon in Milan, and it was a good orientation to the city.
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The last supper was amazing. Don't miss that. Just skip the tour. We left 10 minutes late, waited 10 minutes for people to come back after one of the stops and didn't stop at the castle when my daughter's tour did. Maybe if we hadn't lost 20 minutes we would have had time.
Tour was overpriced considering that you so not get to enter the Duomo or the Sforza castle! You did get a brief tour of the opera house however you were only permitted a peek into the actual stage or orchestra area. The only reason I chose this tour was because I could not get a ticket to see The Last Supper! I suggest careful planning to obtain a reasonably priced ticket for the Last Supper and then exploring the other attractions on your own!!
I felt that I was paying good money to be kept waiting around, which was what we did for a significant amount of the time. There were 50 people on this tour for one guide. As visitors to the site of “The Last Supper” are restricted to 25 persons for fifteen minutes, it meant that half the tourists would be waiting around for fifteen minutes so hanging about waiting is inbuilt to start with. We were also kept waiting for two out of the 50 to return to the tour after a break. We were given ten minutes to visit the cathedral, go to the toilet, get a cup of coffee etc, but two tourists returned twenty minutes late. As a result the tour was not completed as we did not visit the Castle Sforza which was on the itinerary. I believe that tour operators must make the rules clear at the beginning – it must be emphasised that the tour needs to be on time for the benefit of everybody, if tourists are not on the bus or at the designated assembly point on time, it will be assumed that they have abandoned the tour and the tour will proceed without them. It is simply not fair that 48 people must miss out because of the tardiness or selfishness of 2. I understand that this creates problems if radio headsets are issued, but surely a system can be introduced where credit cards are charged for unreturned headsets or photo ids/passports be held upon the return of the headsets as is the usual practice at museums and galleries offering audioguides.
I thoroughly enjoyed my walking tour of Milan and seeing the Last Supper. First, the tour group was well-attended, there were many other people in the group and all were friendly. It's nice to see that many people do in fact select this option which is a good sign. The tour guide, I forgot his name, was highly passionate about Milan and knowledgeable as well. He loved speaking to us and always took time to answer questions. His knowledge of the Duomo was exceptional and I learned much more than I did on the previous day with a private tour of that location. Our walk through the castle was fine, but I didn't much care for it, but this was not our guide's problem! I also loved his knowledge of The Last Supper. This tour was exceptional and I would do it again! I highly recommend it to anyone interested in seeing Milan with a small group lead by a passionate, knowledgable, and funny guide!
What a superb trip! Thoroughly enjoyed this tour and you can cover so much distance on a Segway. Our tour leader Veronica was very knowledgeable and helpful throughout. It gets a bit hairy through the crowds every now and again, but in wider streets and the castle grounds it's superb. Segway's always cause attention so it's not for the shy and retiring. However it is for the fun lover, the well co-ordinated and those thirsty for knowledge!
Doing what: Milan Segway Tour
Tour guide was good, but could not go into Duomo or Sforza Castle due to the Expo. Would have expected guide to have been aware of that.
Compared to other tours that I've been on, I didn't feel rushed. Adequate time was given to see the La Scala Opera House, Sforza Castle and the Doumo. We passed through Galleria Vittorio Emanuele, but shopping was not permitted until after the tour, which was fine since the tour ended near the shopping district anyway.We had a great guide who patiently gave a commentary of all the places that our bus passed-through, not limited to the areas that we stopped at.
It would get 5 stars for letting us get into see the Last Supper because tour companies, etc buy up all the tickets once they are available and you need to plan 2 months in advance to be a person. Tickets are 6.5 euro. It gets a 3 star for variety of items - Sforza and for getting us inside the Scala which really is a day by day thing of whether the theater is open. I would also rank our guide as 3 - She was not that friendly and ok spiel but I think that she kept telling us we should be grateful her company bought the tickets told at least 4 times is too much. I give the whole tour with organization a 1. We spent lots of time on the bus in traffic when we could have easily walked. We started by Sforza Castle, drive in traffic and then drove back to see Sforza. Very poor itinerary for the space being covered.
It was Easter Sunday which made it somewhat difficult for this tour as our guide was not able to come with us to the Cathedral, nor speak inside the Cathedral. Instead, we had to stand outside for 30 minutes telling us about it. That was a lackluster start to what was, otherwise, a very good tour. Tour guide was knowledgeable and friendly, pace was right except for the very tiring beginning standing in the plaza. Thought the Last Supper experience was really good and that was the main reason for our booking this tour. Castle overview was something we hadn't done before in Milan so that was also worthwhile.
beautiful city but missed most of the tour as the instructions re where to meet were not clear. 'in front of th castle' was too vague and neither the police nor the castle staff knew anything about the tour when i showed the reservation. i was lucky that the young lady at the Dominican convent sorted out times etc for me to meet the tour group in time to enable me to see the 'last supper'.
The highlight of this tour is The Last Supper and it was an amazing experience to stand and gaze at a truly unique work of art and humanity. The bus tour was comfortable and the guide was knowledgeable. We enjoyed seeing the interior of La Scala, the Duomo, and the Sforza castle. We were in Milan for only a day so driving around gave us an overview of this fine city.
This was a great tour but I wish we had more time at the Duomo and less time at the Sforza Castle. The Sforza Castle is interesting but the Duomo was FASCINATING!. Milan is VERY easy to navigate via Subway so we left the group after viewing the Last Supper and spent some time at Santa Maria delle Grazie.
An excellent tour!Our guide was so very informative and knowledgeable, the tour included visits to the Duomo, Galleria Vittorio Emanuele, Sforza Castle, passing La Scala then through the Brera for a coffee stop. Wonderful tour! and I would recommend it to everyone.
The guide was very friendly and informative. I do think that more time could have been spent at the castle.
This tour was really good and very well organised. I was only in Milan for 2 nights and after doing this tour I felt I really saw all Milan's highlights for a short trip. The information your given on booking for meeting is very helpful and our tour guide was a lovely girl who i think was called Ellyssa but regardless she was so helpful and knowledgeable about Milan and truly loves her city. The last supper was amazing to see but if I had more time I defenitely would have went back to the castle to see the hisotric art gallery and Michaelgo's famous pieces.
The best part was "The Last Supper". The church was very interesting too. Our tour guide was great! This tour should either be longer to allow more time for the castle, or just skip the castle on this tour, as felt we were running through it and had to go back later to really see it.
Not really a walking tour. If the rating for the Last Supper it would be 5*. The guide was excellent. With a group of 50 rather than the advertised 25 the party had to be split at the L.S. Because we had not booked early enough the only way to see the L.S. was on this tour. We did learn of other places to visit during this tour like the Egyptian Museum at the castle. Too little but Hay Ho we saw the Last Supper.
This is the SECOND review I have submitted. The tour guide was a very pleasant enthusiastic young lady. Whose english and knowledge was good. The tour itself was far too expensive for what was included. The La Scala visit was hurried with no access to the auditorium. The Emanuele Vittorio Gallaria was an odd choice - first time I've been taken to a shopping mall on a cultural tour ! To claim the Cathedral is included in the tour, when all we did was stand outside it, is a bit much. Again the Sforza Castle is not a visit because we never went inside to see the treasures in its museums. The "Last Supper" was stunning and I would give up the Gallaria and Cathedral for a double session (30mins) of Leonardo's fresco and a visit to where he lived while in Milan plus a proper visit to the Sforza's museums. I joined the tour because it was the ONLY way to see "The Last Supper" as the tour agencies buy up ALL the tickets (for 6 euro/£4.80) and then charge £51 to be taken to see it. Come on Viator, Milan is a wonderful city, don't spoil it by ripping off its visitors.
Excellent guide of the city's main sights, i.e., Il Duomo, Sforzi Castle, etc, culminating with history about this spectacular paintling.
If you want to see the top attractions in Milan in one half day, this is the tour for you. LaScala, Duomo, Castle Sforza and the Last Supper. This compact tour does it all in a few hours. It is worth the time to see the Opera House (La Scala), for those who like the Opera and those who don't, it was magnificent. We did the tour to primarily see the Last Supper. The tour is worth it just for this emotional experience. Still have chills thinking about it.
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