This tour will take you back to the time of the Renaissance in Milan when Leonardo Da Vinci stayed there. He lived in Milan for more than twenty years where he left one of his most important masterpieces "the last supper".
The tour will begin by admiring the work of art by Leonardo, housed by the former refectory of an ancient Dominican monastery. It will continue by touring the monastery’s church, S. Maria Delle Grazie, which is a UNESCO heritage site since 1981.
The tour will end by visiting the Castello Sforzesco, an ancient fortress that has been the residence of Ludovico il Moro, the Milanese patron of Leonardo Da Vinci.
(N.B Reservations for the visit to the Cenacolo Vinciano are mandatory and tickets are unfortunately very difficult to obtain due to the vast affluence of tourists from all over the world. Please contact us as soon as possible).
Leonardo Da Vinci's Last Supper
The church of S. Maria Delle Grazie - a UNESCO heritage site