The guide was very Knowledgeable and friendly
Relive the life of Leonardo da Vinci, the great Italian artist, through his most famous works preserved in the city of Milan: do not miss his most famous masterpieces such as the Last Supper, the Atlantic Codex, and other works shown at the Pinacoteca Ambrosiana.
With this tour of Milan, you can follow the trail of one of the Renaissance geniuses and of the all times: Leonardo da Vinci, artist, anatomist, musician and, in general, designer and inventor. Accompanied by a professional guide, you will visit all the places in the city that contains the major works of the master.
The first stage of your journey will be the Pinacoteca Ambrosiana, where will begin your guided tour to the majestic halls of the museum. Among the various works, you can admire the famous Musician by Leonardo and a collection of paintings by authors who were inspired by Leonardo da Vinci.
Do not miss the exposure of the Atlantic Codex also, the largest and most amazing collection of Leonardo's manuscripts: various drawings and notes about various topics, such as science, physics, astronomy, weapons, etc. A impressive amount of knowledge, that the great Leonardo da Vinci has bequeath us, and that have been exposed in a suggestive manner in a room inside the Pinacoteca Ambrosiana. Our guide will take you on a journey into the mind of the genius creator of these mysterious manuscripts.
In the refectory of Santa Maria delle Grazie, one of the most impressive monuments of the Lombard Renaissance, you will have the opportunity to visit the fresco of the Last Supper, painted by Leonardo during the 15th century. The Last Supper is an icon of the most famous works, deeply installed in the collective consciousness; a must-see if you visit the city of Milan.
Meeting point information and local telephone numbers at your destination are included on your Confirmation Voucher.
We recommend comfortable shoes and, for visits to places of worship, appropriate clothing (shoulders and knees must be covered).
This tour is free for children under 6 years.