Milan Duomo and Last Supper Tour – A Complete Milan Experience
Milan is a city full of culture, fashion, and stunning architecture.
Two of its most iconic sights are the Duomo di Milano and Leonardo da Vinci’s world-famous Last Supper painting at Santa Maria Delle Grazie.
Combining visits to both in a single tour allows you to experience the very best of Milan in just half a day.
When visiting Milan, we suggest you combine the Last Supper and Duomo di Milano for the best experience.
The Milan Duomo and Last Supper tour offers more than just visits to the cathedrals and gives you a comprehensive visit to the historic city.
What does this Milan Duomo and Last Supper Tour include
The tour includes visiting the Duomo di Milano, Last Supper at Santa Maria Delle Grazie, Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II Mall and La Scala Theater.
You can enjoy a Milan City Center guided walk on this tour.
This 3.5-hour tour begins at Last Supper, housed in the quaint church of Santa Maria Delle Grazie.
Your expert guide will give you fun facts and insider details about the Last Supper.
Here, you can spend 15 minutes admiring the painting in a small group.
Following the Last Supper visit, the tour progresses to Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II.
This historic 19th-century shopping vault houses the best luxury brands in the world, from Gucci and Chanel to Armani.
Then, the tour heads to Duomo di Milano, one of the largest Cathedrals in the world.
After the Duomo di Milano, the tour moves to the last destination- La Scala Theater.
What to expect on the Last Supper and Duomo tour
Here is a sneak peek at what to expect during the Milan Cathedral and Last Supper Tour
Milan Duomo and Last Supper Tour Include
- 1-hour walking tour
- Air-conditioned vehicle
- Audio guide headphones
- Entry to the Last Supper of Leonardo Da Vinci
- Entry to Duomo Cathedral
- Access to Scala Theatre and Museum
- Professional Guide
Milan Duomo and Last Supper tour prices
The Duomo and Last Supper tour cost €100 for visitors over 12 years.
Children between 4 and 11 can join the tour for €45.
Infants below four years old get free entry.
|Adult ticket (12+ years)||€100|
|Child ticket (4 to 11 years)||€45|
|Infant ticket (up to 4 years)||Free|
FAQs on Milan and Duomo and Last Supper Tour
1. Is the Last Supper inside the Duomo?
No, the Last Supper Painting is not inside the Duomo di Milano.
You can find the painting at Santa Maria Delle Grazie.
2. Where is the real Last Supper located?
The original Last Supper is located in Santa Maria Delle Grazie, Milan.
3. Can you walk from Duomo to Last Supper?
Yes. You can walk from Duomo di Milano to the Last Supper.
The walk is easy, takes 20 minutes and covers 1 mile (1.5 km).
If you do not prefer walking, you can drive from Duomo to Last Supper in 15 minutes.
4. How much does it cost to see the Last Supper in Milan?
5. What time can you see the Last Supper in Milan?
You can see Last Supper from 8.15 am to 7 pm from Tuesday to Sunday.
It is closed on Mondays.
The last entry is available at 6.45 pm.
6. Where can you see Last Supper in Milan?
You can see the Last Supper in Milan’s Santa Maria Delle Grazie.
The Last Supper lies opposite to Leonardo’s Vineyard.
It is a 20-minute walk from the Duomo di Milano.
7. How many visitors are allowed inside the Last Supper?
Only 15 visitors are allowed at one time to preserve the painting.
8. What is the best time to visit Last Supper?
The best time to visit is the early morning hours of the Spring months (April to May).
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