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The Last Supper Skip-the-Line Ticket & Milan Tram Tour31 Reviews
Enjoy skip-the-line admission to see Leonardo da Vinci’s masterpiece, The Last Supper, and a guided tour of the Church of Santa Maria delle Grazie. You’ll also see Sforza Castle before boarding a vintage tram for a tour of Milan’s city center.
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- Enjoy priority admission to The Last Supper by Leonardo Da Vinci
- Take a guided tour of the Church of Santa Maria delle Grazie
- See the sights of central Milan on a Vintage Tram Tour
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DescriptionYour 3-hour tour begins at the Church of Santa Maria delle Grazie, where your guide will tell you a bit about the structure before leading you through its famous refectory to Leonardo Da Vinci’s masterpiece, The Last Supper. Entry is strictly limited to those who have pre-booked, largely due to the delicate nature of this painting and its importance. You won’t have to wait in line with your privileged admission ticket! After seeing The Last Supper, your tour continues to the lovely small cloister of Santa Maria delle Grazie before heading on to Piazzale Cadorna. Visit the Sforza Castle, situated in the largest park in Milan, and listen to your guide’s commentary on its history. From the castle, you’ll see the Arch of Peace, a symbol of Milan, built in the early 19th century under the direction of Napoleon. Then it will be time to board a vintage tram from the 1930s for your tour through central Milan. Line 1 crosses the entire city center. Take a walk through the city center which includes fashion districts such as Montenapoleone, Piazza Belgioioso, Piazza Meda, and Via Omenoni, before reaching La Scala Opera House.
IncludesEnglish-speaking tour guide Skip-the-line ticket for The Last Supper Tram ticket Headsets (with groups larger than 8 persons)
- Please note that this tour includes walking between monuments as well as taking the tram.