Special 2019 Leonardo & Last Supper private tour

This year marks the quincentennial of the death of Leonardo da Vinci, the Italian Renaissance master who died in May 1519. Milan - the city where he spent more than 20 years - is gearing up to pay tribute to Leonardo da Vinci, a master artist and also a prolific inventor. Our tour focus on Leonardo da Vinci for those who want to see original paintings, frescoes and sketches: only in Milan is possible!
A longer tour will give you time to enjoy the unique experience of facing the art of Leonardo da Vinci in Milan.
It can be very difficult to obtain tickets for the Last Supper, that's why we take care of booking Last Supper tickets. Ask us as soon as possible!

1st h

Last Supper
& Church Santa Maria delle Grazie

The church Santa Maria delle Grazie is a real treasure trove of wonders. The architecture by Bramante is a typical design of the Renaissance period. In the refectory the worldwide famous Last Supper by Leonardo. The Last Supper is a Renaissance masterpiece, painted in Milan by Leonardo da Vinci between 1495 and 1498. It was commissioned by Duke Ludovico Sforza for the refectory of the monastery of Santa Maria delle Grazie. In the painting the Renaissance virtuosity reached its peak. It is innovative in terms of its study of emotional reactions and psychological states. We take care of booking Last Supper tickets. Ask us as soon as possible!

2nd h

Casa degli Atellani, Leonardo's Vineyard

La Vigna di Leonardo (Leonardo’s Vineyard) is the land that Ludovico Sforza, Duke of Milan, gave to Leonardo in 1498. Here Leonardo da Vinci grew his grapes for making wine, while he was working on The Last Supper in the refectory of the convent of Santa Maria della Grazie, just on the other side of the Last Supper. A wonderful place to be discovered!

3rd h

Church San Maurizio Maggiore

San Maurizio Maggiore is a wonderful church, entirely decorated with frescoes of lombard artists of the 16th century. Its uniqueness lies in the frescoes depicting mostly holy female figures, due to the fact that this was a Benedictine monastery in the past.

4th h

Castello Sforzesco

The Sforza Castle, one of the main monuments of Milan, had different embellishments and refurbishments during its history, to become a symbol of of the city up to now. It was also the headquarter of the Sforza family that hosted Leonardo da Vinci for about twenty years.

5th h

Castello Sforzesco Museum
& Sala delle Asse by Leonardo

Sala delle Asse is a beautiful room with a forest painted by Leonardo. Starting on May 16 at Castello Sforzesco, the Sala delle Asse will reopen after restoration work that began in 2013. The work uncovered new fragments of monochrome decoration by Leonardo's own hand, in particular charcoal roots that were a preparatory drawing of the pergola that depicts 16 mulberry trees. The restoration included the laser removal of a dulling layer known as scialbo, so visitors will now be able to admire new portions of the drawing that have never been seen before.

6th h

Codex Atlanticus by Leonardo

The Ambrosiana gallery (Pinacoteca Ambrosiana) is a true gem in Milan, a museum inside the historic building of the Ambrosiana (where there is also a library) that contains masterpieces by Raphael, Botticelli and Caravaggio. The main attraction is the entire section dedicated to Leonardo's Codex Atlanticus, with the original drawings of Leonardo. A visit with us worths!

Pricing for your Family
or your small Group tour

Children under 10 years for FREE
Prices per private Group NOT per person - Extra cost for admission tickets

  • Complete Leonardo
    private tour
€ for 6 h
  • price for

  • Up to 2 persons
350 total
  • price for

  • 3-4 persons
400 total
  • price for

  • 5-9 persons
480 total

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About Sara Cerri

I’m an Art Historian specializing in Medieval Art History at University of Pavia. As an expert in art and tourism I co-wrote the 2012 Red guides for Touring Club Italiano and Italy 2014 by Rick Steves.
I work with students, lovers of art and history and with foreigners visiting Italy.
I love my job because it gives me the opportunity to share the knowledge of history, art which I considers necessary basis for building a strong civil society.

I offer private guided tours of Milan, the city I love. Come with me, you will enjoy a beautiful experience!

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