Milan: Guided Tour of The Last Supper invites visitors to step into the world of Leonardo da Vinci and witness the awe-inspiring masterpiece firsthand. Led by a knowledgeable guide, you will embark on a journey through time, delving into the intricate details and historical significance of this renowned artwork.
The tour not only grants access to the iconic Last Supper mural, but also includes a visit to the magnificent Santa Maria delle Grazie, where the masterpiece is housed.
With features like free cancellation, flexible payment options, and skip-the-line access, this guided tour promises a seamless and unforgettable experience for all. Whether one is a lover of art, a history enthusiast, or simply curious about one of the world’s greatest treasures, Milan: Guided Tour of The Last Supper is a must-do activity.
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Good To Know
- Free cancellation available up to 24 hours in advance for a full refund
- Marvel at the legendary Last Supper artwork by Leonardo da Vinci
- Acquire insights and historical anecdotes from a professional tour guide
- Flash photography and videos are strictly prohibited when viewing the Last Supper
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Booking and Cancellation Policy
The booking and cancellation policy for the guided tour of The Last Supper in Milan allows for free cancellation up to 24 hours in advance for a full refund. This policy ensures flexibility for travelers who may need to adjust their plans.
To book the tour, participants can easily navigate the online booking process, selecting the desired date and number of participants. Once the booking is confirmed, you will receive a voucher that they can present to the tour guide upon arrival.
In the event of a cancellation, as long as it’s done at least 24 hours prior to the scheduled start time, you will be eligible for a full refund. This refund policy provides peace of mind and allows travelers to explore other options if their circumstances change.
Highlights of the Tour
During the guided tour of The Last Supper in Milan, visitors can expect to marvel at the legendary artwork by Leonardo da Vinci and acquire insights from a professional tour guide.
The Last Supper holds immense artistic significance as one of the most famous and iconic masterpieces of the Renaissance period. It depicts the biblical scene of Jesus and his disciples sharing their final meal before his crucifixion.
The mural’s historical context adds another layer of intrigue, as it was painted in the late 15th century for the Dominican convent of Santa Maria delle Grazie.
The tour guide will provide valuable historical context, delving into the techniques and symbolism employed by da Vinci, giving visitors a deeper appreciation of the artwork and its place in art history.
Inclusions and Exclusions
The activity includes an entrance ticket to view the Last Supper mural, a professional guide with official authorization, and audio headsets for an enhanced experience. With a limited group size, participants can expect a more intimate and personalized tour.
The tour duration is approximately 1 hour, allowing visitors to fully enjoy the captivating world of Leonardo da Vinci’s masterpiece. As the guide shares insights and historical anecdotes, emotions of awe and wonder are sure to arise.
Witnessing the legendary Last Supper artwork, crafted by one of the ingenious minds of the Renaissance, evokes a sense of admiration and appreciation for the artist’s genius. The breathtaking architecture of Santa Maria delle Grazie adds to the overall experience, creating a truly unforgettable visit.
Before You Go: Important Information
Before heading to view the Last Supper mural, it’s important to be aware of some essential information. Flash photography is strictly prohibited when viewing the Last Supper. Visitors aren’t allowed to take videos or use flash while inside the viewing area. It’s important to respect this rule in order to preserve the delicate artwork.
Plus, there are certain items that are prohibited inside the viewing area. Large bags, oversized backpacks, food, and water bottles aren’t allowed. It’s recommended to leave these items at the hotel or in a secure locker before heading to see the Last Supper.
Meeting Point and Instructions
Visitors to the Last Supper mural in Milan can easily find the meeting point by looking for the distinctive red and white sign that says ‘Get Your Guide’ at Piazza Santa Maria delle Grazie. Once they arrive, they’ll be greeted by a professional tour guide who’ll provide historical significance and artistic details about Leonardo da Vinci’s masterpiece. The guide will share insights and anecdotes about the artwork, allowing visitors to truly appreciate the genius of the Renaissance.
As visitors step inside Santa Maria delle Grazie, they’ll be captivated by the breathtaking architecture that surrounds them, adding to the overall experience. With the use of audio headsets, visitors will have an enhanced experience as they marvel at the legendary Last Supper.
The meeting point is conveniently located and ensures a seamless start to this unforgettable journey.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Can I Take Pictures or Videos of the Last Supper During the Tour?
Taking pictures or videos during the Last Supper tour is strictly prohibited. Photography restrictions are in place to preserve the artwork. Visitors are advised to enjoy the experience without the distraction of cameras.
Are Children Allowed to Participate in the Guided Tour of the Last Supper?
Children are allowed to participate in the guided tour of The Last Supper. However, age restrictions may apply. It is recommended to check the specific guidelines and requirements for children’s participation before booking the tour.
Is There a Dress Code for the Tour of the Last Supper?
There is a dress code for visitors on the guided tour of The Last Supper. They are required to dress modestly and avoid wearing shorts, sleeveless tops, and mini-skirts. Photography and filming are strictly prohibited during the viewing of the artwork.
Can I Bring My Own Guidebook or Audio Guide to the Tour of the Last Supper?
No, bringing outside materials such as guidebooks or audio guides is not allowed during the tour of The Last Supper. Plus, flash photography and videos are strictly prohibited to preserve the artwork.
Is There a Minimum Number of Participants Required for the Guided Tour of the Last Supper?
There is no minimum number of participants required for the guided tour of The Last Supper. However, it is important to note that flash photography and videos are strictly prohibited during the viewing of the artwork.
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The Sum Up
To sum it up, the Milan: Guided Tour of The Last Supper offers visitors a captivating journey through time, allowing them to enjoy the rich history and artistic beauty of Leonardo da Vinci’s masterpiece.
With a professional tour guide, convenient features like skip-the-line access and flexible payment options, and a visit to the awe-inspiring Santa Maria delle Grazie, this tour promises a seamless and unforgettable experience for art enthusiasts, history buffs, and curious travelers alike.
Don’t miss out on this must-do activity in Milan!