Enjoy a stunning walking tour of Milan! Discover the most intimate and precious hidden gems in the city through this unique ART TOUR, stroll among Milan’s top attractions, not missing the famous “Cenacolo Vinciano” (The Last Supper) painted by Leonardo da Vinci.
– Church of Santa Maria presso San Satiro, and its incredible and unique optical illusion created by Bramante (inside)
– The “Finger” by Maurizio Cattelan (one of the most successful Italian contemporary artists)
– Church of San Maurizio Maggiore, the “Sistine Chapel of Milan”
– Da Vinci’s Last Supper
– Santa Maria delle Grazie Church (inside, accordingly with the opening time)
Discover well-known and hidden gems of Milan, guided by our licensed and professional English speaking tour guide. An art tour and a stroll through history, culture and
artistic treasures of the city!
You will start from the discrete but impressive church of Santa Maria presso San Satiro, where you will be amazed by a unique fresco, designed by Saint Peter’s Cathedral architect in the Vatican, Donato Bramante, who managed to solve a very difficult problem: “what can you do if you do not have enough space to build a bigger apse? Simple, paint a fake one!””.
After this unusual experience, the tour will take you to Piazza Affari, in front of the stock exchange building, to discover a piece of contemporary art that would shock you rather than surprise: the famous “Finger” by M. Cattelan. Now, through narrow and winding streets, we will take you “back into the years,” arriving at the celebrated San Maurzio al Monastero Maggiore the most famous former convent, considered the “Sistine Chapel of Milan,” painted by the finest students of Leonardo da Vinci: here the astonishment is guaranteed!
You will end your tour visiting the church of Santa Maria delle Grazie (a UNESCO world heritage site) and last but not least, admiring the worldwide famous Leonardo da Vinci’s magnificent masterpiece “Cenacolo Vinciano” (The Last Supper), a mix of art, history and mystery that only the greatest genius of the Renaissance could have given to us.
Dress code: shoulders and knees have to be covered to enter inside the churches.
During hot days wear a hat to protect yourself from the sun.
Wear comfortable shoes, preferably with rubber sole.
Food & Drinks are not included.
Piazza del Duomo n.4 (under the arches next to Benetton Store) OR In front of Last Supper entrance (Piazza Santa Maria delle Grazie)
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