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We love walking tours and do them in almost every city we travel to. This was one of the best. Our tour guide was amazing. He said he has seen the Da Vinci over 500 times. Wow! He was unbelievably knowledgeable about Italian history and was also willing to give other tips about what else to see and do in Milan. Warning, this tour is quite lengthy in distance and moves at a brisk pace. The ending spot, Da Vinci's painting is quite far from the starting point at the Duomo, and you are responsible for getting back to your hotel, etc. This worked fine for us but I know there were a few others who struggled.
Great tour. Our guide was very help in all things and very pleasant. She explained very detail throughout the tour.
The tour and the tour guide were excellent! The earphone device made hearing her easy and she was both knowledgeable and funny. I highly recommend.
Great tour of the City very informative. Guide was awesome, very knowledgeable and interactive. Last Supper tickets are hard to come by and skip the line is the best , I recommend for all tours.
Our guide Alessandra was an exceptionally knowledgeable native Milanese. Her personal dedication to understanding history and providing the background for the places we visited was exceptional. I would highly recommend any opportunity to take a tour with her.
Charles was an amazing guide, so much information and interesting facts on all that we saw. So good to see the last supper and hope they are able to keep it restored.
It was wonderful not to wait in line or worry about getting tickets.
Great tour, and the guide, English name Alice, was extremely knowledgeable and we learnt a lot.
A very knowledgable guide! There was so dumbing down here. The guide offered up scores of little-known details about Milan and Milanese history. Be aware that you will do a lot of walking! Dress accordingly for the weather (heat, cold or rain). It was beastly hot and muggy during my tour. The dress code for the Duomo is strictly enforced! I had to lend my scarf to one of the group members who wore a tank top and shorts. I took the tour because I could not get an individual ticket to 'The Last Supper' but I ended up being very happy with the guide and his obvious delight in history and art. Seeing the Leonardo at the conclusion of the tour was a stellar experience. Overall: Excellent!
Charles took us on a wonderful tour. He was extremely knowledgeable and also gave us tips about the city and informed us about the canal are for dining. We would recommend him highly.
I think our guides name was Frederica (I could be wrong - sorry!). She was amazing! Totally knew her stuff and didn't hang around or go on about boring places. She kept our attention and we thoroughly enjoyed the experience. Would highly recommend early in your visit to get your bearings. Thank you!
We were in Italy for 2 weeks and had several tours. This tour was far and above all the rest. This was largely due to the tour guide, Alice. She was absolutely fabulous. Her English was great and her knowledge and love for Milan, contagious. She was also helpful in helping us navigate transportation
This walking tour really topped off our 2 day stay in Milan. Our guide was energetic, informative and entertaining. He kept the group moving at a pleasant pace and provided us with the right amount of information to keep our interest without overloading us. A thoroughly enjoyable 3 hours, 'The Last Supper' was our highlight at the end.