The tour guide will take you on a journey through the fascinating city of Milan. You will visit the Sforza castle and move onto the medieval heart of the town, Mercanti Square. Next, you will observe the Gothic influence of the renowned Duomo Cathedral. Several famous artworks are present within the cathedral. The Saint Bartholomew Flayed statue is an incredible work of art that captures the eyes of every visitor in the cathedral. Next on the itinerary is a visit to the Santa Maria presso San Satiro. The optical illusion of the Santa Maria presso San Satiro church will deceive you in the beginning, and the revelation will take your breath away.
You will then see a notorious sculpture, The Finger by Maurizio Cattelan, that is both provocative, yet crafted beautifully. Next up is a walk along the streets of the fashion capital. A stroll along the Montenapoleone Street and Via Della Spiga will give you a look into the posh and swanky fashion industry of Milan. Next up is a walk across the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, whose incredible glass roof is a thing of wonder. The glass canopy combined with the mosaic flooring makes this gallery a must-see for anyone visiting Milan. The massive entrance arch is a stellar sight.
Finally, you will visit the world-famous Santa Maria Delle Grazie Church. The Gothic and Renaissance influences can be seen throughout the church. The centerpiece is the da Vinci masterpiece, The Last Supper. The genius of da Vinci is something that must be witnessed in person to understand, and the Last Supper serves as the perfect example.
Duomo Cathedral (inside) and its Square | Vittorio Emanuele II Gallery, the “living room” of Milan (inside) | La Scala Theatre (outside) and its Square | Mercanti Square, the medieval city heart | Sforza Castle (outside and inner yards) | Sempione Park (the Castle’s garden) and Arco della Pace (The Peace Arch – from outside) | Da Vinci’s Last Supper and Santa Maria delle Grazie Church (UNESCO site) (inside) | Church of San Maurizio al Monastero Maggiore, the “Sistine Chapel of Milan” (inside) | Church of Santa Maria presso San Satiro, and its incredible and unique optical illusion created by Bramante (inside) | The “Finger” by Maurizio Cattelan (one of the most successful Italian contemporary artists) | The fashion district
Please be aware that we may experience some delays as some locations can be unavoidably busy and some lines could form at mandatory security checks and at entrances for the stairs and the elevator. This tour is typically scheduled to last for 6 hours, though wait times at security checks can sometimes increase the tour duration. We recommend allowing extra time before your next activity to ensure you make the most of your Milan tour experience.
The itinerary could differ according to the daily opening hours of Churches and religious services, or due to public maintenance works, or also during certain local events.
On Sundays, the visit to the Duomo Milan will be replaced with a visit to the Piazza Gae Aulenti.
This 6-hour guided tour starts at 9:30 AM and is available from Tuesday to Sunday. Please reach 10 minutes before the scheduled start time at the conveniently located meeting point (more details to follow) to meet your guide.
The guide speaks English.
The tour begins at Piazzale Luigi Cadorna n.14 (on the right side of the main entrance of Cadorna Train Station, near the bar, Marinoni). The meeting point is easily accessible by bus, subway, tram, and train.
Please ensure that your shoulders and knees are covered when entering the churches. Since this is a tour that involves quite a bit of walking, we recommend that you carry a hat, a bottle of water and wear comfortable walking shoes.
You may cancel up to 7 days in advance for a full refund.
How To Use Your Tickets
You will receive an email confirmation with your Last Supper, Duomo and Milan Walking Tour ticket voucher shortly. You need not print the tickets. Please download and display the tickets on your mobile device with a valid photo ID at the meeting point on the day of the tour.
Piazza Luigi Cadorna n. 14 (on the right side of the main entrance of Cadorna Train Station, near the bar, Marinoni).
How to Get There
The closest stop is Cadorna M1 m2. Bus 61, 94 or N6 all stop there.
The closest stop is Cadorna FN M1. You can get there via lines 1 or 2.
Take Tram 1 to Cadorna, which is the closest stop.
Get off at Milano Cadorna using trains R16, R17, R22, R27, S2, S3, S4, XP1, RE_1, or RE_7.
The ticket is valid only for the date and time for which you’ve scheduled the booking.