Best of Milan Tour with Da Vinci's 'Last Supper': Large Group

Best of Milan Tour with Da Vinci's 'Last Supper': Large Group
From USD $118.00
  • Duration: 3 Hours (approx.)
  • Product code: FT-MIL006

  • You’ll start a walking tour with visiting to Milan’s Duomo the largest Cathedral in the World,  the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele and it’s stunning glass vault with fabulous shops and then on to Castle Sforza with its rich history and art collections and the famous La Scala theatre - home of the Italian Opera.   Your final stop will be with your skip the line preferred entrance ticket you have an intimate viewing of Leonardo’s Last Supper.  

    Accompanying you will be an expert, English-speaking guide, whose knowledge illuminates the history and importance of this site. 


    Everyday except Monday at 10:00am


    Approx. 3 hours


    April to October   



    People on this tour: min 1 - max 15

    What’s Included:

    • Italian breakfast with café and cappuccino 

    • All entry fees & Special Skip-the-Line access to Leonardo’s Last Supper

    • Headsets that insure you always hear your guide

    Not Included:

    • Hotel pick-up and drop-off

    • Gratuities

    What We Love About This Tour:

    • External tour to the massive Milan Duomo—the world's largest Gothic cathedral

    • Exploring some of Milan’s most important cultural hubs, including the historic Scala Theater and the modern-day shopping mecca of Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II

    • Entrance ticket with skip the line to Leonardo’s ’Last Supper’

    • Italian breakfast with cappuccino, in the vibrant piazza. 

    Milan Duomo

    After meeting your group at the Piazza del Duomo, you’ll head right for the spectacular, multi-spired Gothic cathedral that dominates the square. As you explore inside (bypassing the long entry lines), you’ll learn all about how this vast building—the largest Gothic cathedral in the world—took more than 600 years to build. You’ll also get to wander through its cavernous naves, dominated by huge and elaborately paneled stained-glass windows.

    Piazza della Scala

    This wide pedestrian square has been called “called the drawing room of Milan,” for its centrality and its cultural significance. It’s home to the world-famous Scala Theatre—which has been Milan’s opera house since 1778, and where Giuseppe Verdi once debuted his operatic productions. It’s also however, adjacent to the glittering Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, a 19th-century glass-vaulted shopping arcade that is a hub for the city’s modern-day fashionistas.  

    Castello Sforzesco and Brera District

    A walk through winding streets next brings you to another of Milan’s most important landmarks: Castello Sforzesco, an imposing, 15th-century red brick fortress that was home to the city’s powerful Renaissance-era Sforza dynasty. Today the complex houses several of the city’s premier museums and artworks (including the last, unfinished sculpture by Michelangelo). After your tour of the castle, you’ll walk through the nearby Brera District—a chic enclave where the historic buildings house trendy cafés, boutiques, restaurants and bars.

    Important to Know:

    • Please note that due to current Coronavirus, the Italian Government's directives and safety policies, all customers will be required to bring and wear their own mask during the entire visit. Temperature checks will also take place at tour venues; if your temperature is above 37.5°C you will unfortunately not be able to attend the tour.

    • Please be sure to arrive at the tour departure point 20 minutes before the starting time. Guests arriving after departure cannot be accommodated, and missed tours or tickets will not be refunded.

    • Unfortunately, wheelchairs and strollers cannot be accommodated on this tour.

    • Please note that photography is prohibited inside the Convent of Santa Maria delle Grazie and the Duomo. (Photography is permitted on all other parts of the tour.)

    • Please note that tours are not permitted inside the Duomo on Sundays. Sunday tour participants will instead be given an extended tour of the Duomo’s exterior.

    Important to Bring:

    • A small purse or camera bag only (no backpacks or large shoulder bags). Security checks at some sites restrict the size of bags that can be brought inside.

    • Clothing that covers your knees and shoulders. Entry into the Duomo and Convent of Santa Maria delle Grazie requires adherence to these dress codes.

    • Good walking shoes, a hat, and sunscreen. Many parts of the itinerary are not shaded. Entrance tickets to the museum and Teatro della Scala. The ticket is valid for 24 hours and will allow entry to the museum and theater on the following day

    Terms and conditions: 

    • You can cancel or modify your tour date and time up to 96 hours before arrival/ departure free of charge. If your tour modification is of greater value, you are subject to the price increase. 

    • Any cancellations made within 96 hours and no-shows are non-refundable.

    • Children under the age of 18 must be accompanied by at least one adult to join a tour or an activity.