TICKETS FROM 79€
Follow Leonardo da Vinci's steps in the city with a guided walking tour allowing you to discover all the secrets behind The Last Supper and the Codex Atlanticus. The tour is held by a professional guide.
How many people are depicted in Leonardo da Vinci’s masterpiece of the Last Supper or how many pages of the Codex Atlanticus are nestled at Milan’s Pinacoteca Ambrosiana? To help guests answer these and many other questions on Milan and Leonardo da Vinci, the tour operator Hidden Italy has introduced the new “Last Supper & Codex Atlanticus” walking tour. During the three hours of the guided tour, visitors have the chance to discover the marks Leonardo left during his period in Milan as well as have every little draw and sketch in the fresco as well as all the secrets behind his collection of drawings and manuscripts explained by expert professional guides.
By booking the Last Supper & Codez Atlanticus tour, guests can:
● Enjoy a visit to the Last Supper
● Admire Santa Maria delle Grazie Church
● Discover the Codex Atlanticus’ hidden secrets
● Retrace Leonardo Da Vinci’ footsteps in the city
Rain policy: the tour is held also in the case of rainy days
Optional (with and extra charge): Food and drinks, hotel pick-up/drop-off, extras
Prices: adults (12-99) 79€
children (4-11) 55€
infants (0-3) 30€
* Once VivaTicket confirms availabilities and slots
Entering the sites with suitcases and big size bags is not allowed. Please be aware that security controls with a metal detector will be held: please advise if you are pregnant or with pacemakers.
The sights included in the tour are not wheelchair accessible.
Please note that these tours are all provided by the third party tour operator Italy Hidden Experiences. By clicking “Send an email”, our website will open a new window with the Tour Operator’s direct contacts.
You can also call their staff via mobile phone: +39 388 8795208 or visit their website italyhiddenexperiences.com and Facebook page www.facebook.com/italyhiddenexperiences
Famous travelers and their quotations
when every thing seems to slumber, and the music of the vesper bells comes stealing over the water, one almost believes that nowhere else can there be found such a paradise of tranquil repose.
American writer Mark Twain, ‘The Innocents Abroad‘,1867