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We are not art buffs but really enjoyed seeing The Last Supper. The security for this painting is insane, and I was surprised to see they don’t care if you take photos/videos. Very impressive and well maintained.
The church reminded me of a country church very old and down to earth. It is across from Leonardo's vineyards and home. The Last Supper is beside it which is well worth the tour to see. It is a short walk from the Cardona railway...More
We reserved some time ago to visit Leonardo da Vinci's masterpiece The Last Supper - visits are by reservation only and last for 15 minutes. At the other end of the gallery is the large painting The Crucifixtion -- pity there is not much said...More
This unique church has been through a lot over the years. The neighborhood has changed and so has the church! Now, Naviglio Grande is lined with wonderful bars and restaurants beckoning passerby's with drinks and delicious food. The church remains 100.0% Catholic although the building...More
I visited this church whilst waiting to enter to see Leonardo Don Vinci’s Painting of the Last Supper. Serene and peaceful and worthy of a visit ...nice to visit a smaller and less “busy” church than the others the likes of the Duomo...
As long as you do a "skip the line" and get information on how to plan this tour (from a guide or travel agent), you will LOVE this experience to see the true "Last Supper" fresco.
Because we had help and prior planning, we had...More
Our reason for going was to see the Last Supper. And the painting is fabulous.
Orginasation of the visit was also very well managed, and this meant that only a small number of visitors went in at one time, making the experience very pleasant.