Take part in this 2-hour walking tour and immerse yourself in the Renaissance side of Milan. Start with the marvelous UNESCO-listed Church of Santa Maria delle Grazie, a true architectural masterpiece designed by Bramante. You will then visit the Dominican convent where Leonardo da Vinci's Last Supper is kept. Skip the lines and be enchanted by this iconic painting while your guide unveils some details about its composition, the use of perspective, colors and much more.
Then you'll discover a hidden gem of the city, the Church of San Maurizio al Monastero Maggiore, which dates back to the 16th century. Considered the 'Sistine Chapel of Milan', it is one of the most beautiful and refined artistic jewels of the city. Let yourself be overwhelmed by these spectacular masterpieces of the Renaissance!
Continue the tour to the imposing Castello Sforzesco, a Renaissance courtyard surrounded by the enchanting Parco Sempione. You will cross the Clock Tower, symbol of Milan, and walk through the Cortile delle Armi. You will discover all the secrets of the Sforza and the reasons that led this family to introduce Leonardo, who lived at the Castle for decades as a guest, to the court.