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Even if you have plenty of time in Milan, skip this place and do not regret for a single moment having done so. The house itself is a residential building, with the "museum" taking up a tiny part of it. The ticket cost 10 euro....More
This is an "imagine attraction" leverage the Leonardo image. I do not know how many times that I heard some variation of imagine and recreation. The recreations were good but nothing special. People are living in the apartments above the building and balls and other...More
This is a small place - part of a house and the garden/vineyard area which is where Leonardo is said to have stayed. There is an audio guide which gives plenty of information, and the house was interesting. The garden area was pleasant in the...More
This is advertised as leonardo's vineyard which he created where he lived when in Milan. In reality it is a visit to someone else's house, quite nice but nothing to do with Leonardo.
Leonardo used to have a house here but it was destroyed centuries...More
I have written many reviews of our time in Italy. They have almost all been positive, making me wonder if I was just being too nice...then we got to this place.
The name is exciting. It's across the street (literally) from the church housing the...More
18 euros costs to get up in Acropolis in Athens-Greece. Acropolis. Parthenon. One of the 3-4 world's biggest ancient monuments. The same price for this house, seems too expensive. It is good but they have to consider more about the price.
This place was difficult to find but we finally stumbled upon it,
having walked from the Tourist Information centre.
We were so pleased that we did. It's delightful, with full audio explanation about the wonderful house and of course Leonardos connection to it and the...More
We have been to Milan, and previously seen Leonardo's Last Supper but this time we realised that nearly opposite was Casa Degli Atellani. We went to see the location, and bought a ticket from the office and walked in (but had to have a cup...More