Spend a day getting under the skin of Italy’s most fashionable city. Skip-the-Line Access at both Milan Duomo and Da Vinci’s ‘Last Supper’ means less time waiting and more time experiencing the city. See iconic attractions like Galleria Vittorio Emmanuele II and discover quieter spots like the artistic Brera district.
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Stop At: Duomo di Milano, Piazza del Duomo, 20121 Milan Italy
If your time in Milan is limited, or if you want an overview to guide your exploration, this one-day walking tour is the perfect introduction, taking in all the most prominent sights – including guaranteed entry to see Da Vinci’s ‘The Last Supper’.
Led by your local, English-speaking guide, you’ll visit some iconic sights and some on the path less travelled. You’ll get to skip the line at Milan Duomo and experience this world-famous cathedral without waiting – unlike the city itself, which waited nearly 600 years for the incredible building to be completed.
The tour will pause again so you can admire the medieval Sforza Castle, before delving into the cobbled streets of the Brera district. This is the beating heart of Milan’s social and cultural life, as your guide will explain. You’ll hear about all the famous artists and thinkers that have called Brera home, as well as some more up-to-date recommendations of places to revisit later for a drink or a meal.
Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes
Stop At: Il Cenacolo, Piazza Santa Maria delle Grazie, 20123 Milan Italy
It all builds to a viewing of Leonardo Da Vinci’s phenomenal mural, ‘The Last Supper’. Often imitated, never bettered, this masterpiece is carefully preserved, and only one group is allowed to view it at a time. This can make tickets a challenge to acquire, but yours are included in this package, along with special Skip the Line Access – so you’re guaranteed your full 15 minutes with the fresco. Listen as your guide points out the details that earn ‘The Last Supper’ its place in the history books.
After just one day, you’ll find your relationship to Milan forever changed for the better.
Duration: 30 minutes