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Visit Leonardo’s Last Supper is a must for all those who want to discover the artistic part of Milan and not only the famous shopping streets for which it is renowned throughout the world. The Last Supper in Milan is no more than the Last Supper painted by Leonardo da Vinci between 1495 and 1498 in the ex refectory of Santa Maria delle Grazie Basilica.

Visit Leonardo’s Last Supper without waiting in line

In order to be able to visit Leonardo’s Last Supper without waiting line must connect you or call us at 0039/0552670402 and you will be inserted in a waiting list, and then you’ll be contacted by our operators when the seats will be released for the dates requested. In effect, in order to find tickets to visit the Last Supper without queuing is very complicated due to the low availabilities and the limited capacity of the museum, or rather the Santa Maria delle Grazie ex refectory can hold. The entrance times are in fact distributed and spaced throughout the day every 15 minutes in order to allow a greater inflow but not a contemporaneity of many people inside. Groups larger then 20 peoples could cause damages to the fresco. For this reason is better to book before your ticket to visit Leonardo’s Last Supper without waiting in line and admire one of the most beautiful wall paintings all over the world.

Visit Leonardo’s Last Supper inside Santa Maria delle Grazie

When you arrive in Milan the first thing that comes to mind is to go for the famous shopping streets or visiting Piazza Duomo to entering inside the Gothic cathedral. Many however, during the last years, thanks to Dan Brown's books such as "The Da Vinci Code," come in the Lombard capital to visit the Last Supper painted inside Santa Maria delle Grazie.  This work was realized with a wall new painting tecnique by the great master between 1495 and 1498 during his stay in Milan inside the former refectory of Santa Maria delle Grazie. The work portrayed, the Last Supper of Jesus Christ and his disciples and is one of the most famous works of the genre. Due to the the innovative technique that the master used to implementing it on the wall, now the work is in bad condition despite an extensive restoration work carried out between 1978 and 1999. Visit Leonardo’s Last Supper inside Santa Maria delle Grazie is therefore necessary to do at least once in our life before the work will be lost irretrievably.