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Leonardo da Vinci in Milan
Let’s step back to the Renaissance time and discover what Leonardo da Vinci produced when he was living in Milan, a real capital city of culture and art at those times, ruled by the Sforza. Let’s visit some of the most important
Leonardo lived more than 20 years in Milan, and even though most of his masterpieces are no longer here, you can still admire some important ones, such as The Last Supper and The Musician.
Starting from the Castle Sforzesco, residence of the Sforza, important patrons of the Renaissance artists, where Leonardo painted the ceiling of the "Sala della Asse", we reach the church and Monastery of Santa Maria Delle Grazie, after visiting the beautiful church, we will admire the renowned painting of the Last Supper, one of the most important works of art in the world, and then head to the Vineyard of Leonardo in the Atellani House, just across the street. Thanks to the University of Milan and to the owners of the building, it is possible to visit both the house and the garden, in which the same wine grown at Leonardo's time was replanted. Don't miss this fascinating and unforgettable tour to discover more about the great Genius of the Reinassance!
Guided tour with a local authorized guide
Exclusions and Extra costs
No entrance fees included
Entrance fee to the Last Supper: 12 euros per person + 2 euros per person for the reservation rights
Entrance fee to the Museum of the Castle Sforzesco: 10 euros per person
Due to the limited access to the Last Supper Museum, we cannot guarantee the entrance until we get a written confirmation by the booking desk. In case of no availability, we propose the entrance to the Ambrosiana Painting Gallery that houses the famous “Codex Atlanticus” as well as the “Portrait of a Musician” by Leonardo.
All the year round; every day except on monday; Max 30 participants