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Best of Milan walking tour

Milan is one of the top three fashion cities in the world but it has much more to offer - it is also home to an incredible legacy of art and culture which includes Leonardo Da Vinci’s greatest masterpiece: the Last Supper. On this “Skip the Line walking tour of the Best of Milan” – we’ll take to the city by foot. We start with a visit inside the famous ‘Duomo’ located in the most central point of the city. This grand Gothic cathedral took nearly six centuries to complete and is the fifth largest cathedral in the world. Our next stop is the impressive Galleria Vittorio Manuele II, one of the world’s oldest shopping malls with two glass-vaulted arcades intersecting in a spectacular glazed octagon. Passing through the Gallery we arrive at Piazza della Scala, the square which houses the world renowned Scala Theatre – Milan’s Opera House. Some of the greatest musicians and singers the world has ever known have performed here. Next, it’s through the Brera District. Rich in historical buildings and ‘literature cafés”, restaurants and fashionable bars, it is one of the most fascinating places in the city to visit. The final stop and culmination of this walking tour is none other than Leonardo Da Vinci’s Last Supper, hidden away at the Church of Santa Maria delle Grazie. This tour of the best of Milan includes this difficult to obtain pre-booked ticket, guaranteeing exclusive, no queue entry and an intimate viewing of this special painting. Milan is one of the top three fashion cities in the world but it has much more to offer - it is also home to an incredible legacy of art and culture which includes Leonardo Da Vinci’s greatest masterpiece: the Last Supper. On this “Skip the Line walking tour of the Best of Milan” – we’ll take to the city by foot. We start with a visit inside the famous ‘Duomo’ located in the most cen Meeting point: Under the arches of the Mondadori shop (written in MONDADORI on the sign), which is on the right-hand side of Piazza del Duomo when facing the front entrance (façade) of the Cathedral. Duration: 3 hours. Start/opening time: Until 30th June: Meeting Time: 10.15 am (Sunday, Wednesday, Friday) / 2.15 pm (Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday). From 1st July: Meeting Time: 10.15 am (Wednesday, Friday) / 2.15 pm (Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday, Sunday). Languages: English. Others: Knees and shoulders must be covered for entry in churches. We regret that we are unable to accommodate guests with wheelchairs or mobility impairments on our tours. We are also unable to accommodate pushchairs or strollers on our tours. Visits to the interior of the Duomo are not possible on Sunday mornings & Religious Holidays. On these days, a full explanation will be given from outside the Cathedral.