Fique de perto com uma das obras de arte mais famosas do mundo nessa excursão à pé de 3 horas de Milão incluindo uma visita à 'Última Ceia' de Leonardo da Vinci'. Com um guia local ao seu lado, veja o "Códice Atlântico", um conjunto de 12 volumes de desenhos científicos e escritos compilados por da Vinci entre 1478 e 1519, e aproveite uma excursão com guia na Igreja de Santa Maria delle Grazie, listada na UNESCO Em seguida, evite as filas e aproveite uma exibição privada de 'A Última Ceia', sem dúvida, uma das maiores obras-primas de da Vinci.
Achei a excursão ótima, embora em pouco cansativa no final por termos que andar depressa e embaixo de chuva. A guia foi ótima, sempre solícita e demonstrou conhecer as obras que visitamos. Embora tenhamos chegado um pouco atrasados, nosso lugar estava reservado e pudemos nos incluir no grupo rapidamente. Tanto eu quanto minha esposa gostamos muito.
Our guide, Cesare, was very good, and his humour gave the tour an extra dimension. It was very useful to have the headsets, so we could clearly hear everything.
It would have been useful to know how far the walk was to be, and also that we had to find our own way back to the centre, when the tour had finished. However, Cesare gave us information about the trams and the Metro, which was helpful.
All in all, a great tour. 'The Last Supper' was wonderful!
Being able to see Leonardo da Vinci's Last Supper is unforgettable! Our guide was great. She took us through Milan pointing out so many great locations. She spent the perfect amount of time at each location to insure we arrived at the church, Santa Maria delle Grazie, in time to make our allotted time slot for The Last Supper. Bring your camera!! You can take photos. Just make sure you take time to actually enjoy looking at The Last Supper. 15-20 minutes goes by so fast!
There is a lot of walking, so, make sure you wear comfortable shoes. Also, dress appropriately to enter the church shoulders and knees covered. A couple of women didn't. Luckily our guide met us early enough they were able to run into a store and buy something to cover themselves.
The tour guide was wonderful and she explained and told us so much information about the last supper. I would highly recommend this tour. We did the 4pm tour which was great because it was a bit cooler and we were the last ones in to see it for the evening.
The tour was hours long, arduous given the heat, but exhilarating. Serena is an excellent Docent; not just lecturing, but asking questions, testing our knowledge (and misinformation) and giving wonderful insights into the art and the politics of Da Vinci's Milan. I'd recommend her any day.
The best part of my Milan trip is seeing the Last Supper painting and learning a lot of information from our tour guide. You can go on your own to the Last Supper but you'll miss out on the information shared by the tour guide.