Leonardo da Vinci’s ‘The Last Supper’ is one of the world’s most famous paintings but it’s just one of Milan’s many Renaissance treasures. This 2-hour small-group tour includes skip-the-line access to The Last Supper, plus a walking tour of Milan monuments such as Castello Sforzesco, San Maurizio al Monastero Maggiore, and the UNESCO-listed Santa Maria delle Grazie.
We did this tour on our first day in Milan - Was a great way to get our bearings, whilst seeing some of the top sites. We really enjoyed a walking tour - Milan is compact and the walk was easy. The tour was very informative - Our guide kept our interest the whole 2 hours. Highly recommend !
Our tour guide was in a hurry. Half the group was always left behind. I was traveling with elderly parents who had a hard time keeping up. The listening devices were disconnecting because she would go out of range. I give the Last Supper 5-stars but the tour itself was lacking.
Great explanation of The Last Supper - this was a well organised tour and knowledgeable guide. not too long - great tour and a perfect way to see The Last Supper without having to queue or get our own tickets.
The guide was very good unfortunately I can't remember his name, just that he was French and had been living in Italy for the last 10 years, just the right mix of information, anecdote and humour.
The Last Supper itself is an amazing piece of artwork and the controlled entry times and limited group size mean that you have the time and space to really enjoy it.
Outstanding. Possibly the best tour we took on our 3 week vacation. Our guides knowledge on the paintings, architecture and history of Milan was impressive. The Last Supper alone was worth the trip, but then all the extras in the walking tour afterwards was an unexpected giant bonus. After our trip, my parents are going to Europe and I have told them to definitely include a stop in Milan so they can go on this tour. An easy walk, plenty of time to see things and the use of the head sets so you can always hear the guide always a plus.
This is a 5 star visit. We were here in early January. When the notes say dress smartly they also mean be prepared for the weather. T
Our guide, Alessandra, was very knowledgeable and thorough. She spoke in English and was easy to understand. She was well prepared and eager to answer any questions. The radio/communication and listening devices were easy to use and worked well. Wear walking shoes, the cobblestones at times are very uneven. If we are ever in need of another tour, I wouldnt hesitate to hire them again. I would highly recommend them. Our group size was approximately 20 people, a very manageable size for the congested streets of Milan. Grazie!!