The one good thing about this tour--you will get tickets to see the Last Supper, albeit at exceptionally high prices. The rest of the tour was a complete disappointment. They combined an English speaking tour and a Spanish speaking tour which means that we had to spend twice the amount of time in every place and there was no time for questions at any of the stops. At La Scala, 44 people tried crowding into tiny spaces to see through a balcony. You will not get to wander, you won't be on the floor, you will not get to experience the acoustics. The Duomo was even more of a joke. She brought us to the Duomo, told it what it was and said, "You can stand in line over there to go in. You must be back on the bus in front of the McDonnalds over there in 15 minutes." The line was extremely long--there was no way 15 minutes would have gotten us through the line. I asked her if she was giving us "skip the line passes," and she said we just needed to stand in line. When I pointed out the length of the line and asked if she thought that there was any chance we could get through the line, she said, no, but we could go shopping instead. We used many tours on this trip--this one ranks with the worst. It's only redeeming quality is that we got to see the Last Supper. If you can get your own tickets, skip this tour.
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