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Our most recommended Milan Religious & Spiritual Activities

Milan: Milan Cathedral Direct Entrance - Terrace Excluded

1. Milan: Milan Cathedral Direct Entrance - Terrace Excluded

Enjoy a seamless entrance to the Milan Cathedral, the international symbol of Milan, and one of the largest Gothic cathedrals in Italy and in Europe. Visit this treasure of art and faith and discover its peculiarities, amongst which the spellbinding stained-glass windows and vertiginous columns. Discover the history of beautiful statues, such as the most famous statue of all the Cathedral: the Saint Bartholomew Flayed. See Sarcophagi, magnificent altars, and stunning organs.

Milan: Duomo and The Last Supper Skip-the-Line Guided Tour

2. Milan: Duomo and The Last Supper Skip-the-Line Guided Tour

Embark on a day out in Milan with a live guide. Enjoy a skip-the-line entry ticket to Milan's Duomo, see the iconic Da Vinci's Last Supper, marvel at the medieval Sforza Castle, and visit the vibrant Brera district. Meet your guide and fellow art lovers at the Duomo or the Santa Maria delle Grazie church, depending on what option you book. Learn as your guide tells you all about the history and culture of Milan. Get a skip-the-line entry ticket to Milan's Duomo and see one of the largest churches in Europe. Walk around and see another side of Milan with your guide, and don't forget to take photos of the 15th-century Sforza Castle. Feel in awe as you also enjoy a skip-the-line entry ticket to Santa Maria delle Grazie church, where you will see the famous, The Last Supper by Leonardo Da Vinci. Listen as your guide points out the details and enjoy your guaranteed 15 minutes with the fresco. Explore the cobbled streets of the Brera district, the beating heart of Milan's social and cultural life. Hear about all the famous artists and thinkers that have called Brera home. 

Milan: Express Tour of the Last Supper

3. Milan: Express Tour of the Last Supper

See the most famous masterpiece by Leonardo da Vinci, The Last Supper, and learn all about its incredible history, and tales without distraction. Discover the internationally renowned work of art and get an up-close preview of this masterpiece. Meet your small group and guide just outside the refectory which is home to the Last Supper. Hear, from your expert guide, the details of the genius behind this masterpiece. Enjoy an exclusive viewing and spend as much time as possible admiring the painting with no distractions. Join a small group to get express and direct access to this incredible work of art then, have the rest of the day free to experience Milan as you desire.

Milan: Cathedral, Archeological Area and Museum Ticket

4. Milan: Cathedral, Archeological Area and Museum Ticket

Discover the history and treasures of one of the most well-known cathedrals in the world, with skip-the-ticket-line entrance to the Duomo, its archeological area and dedicated museum. Learn about the 600-year-old institution, Veneranda Fabbrica del Duomo, and its ongoing conservation and development of this extraordinary patrimony of art, culture, and history that is the symbol of Milan. Follow an itinerary through the Duomo di Milano. See the ruins of the Baptistery of San Giovanni alle Fonti at the Archaeological Area. Learn about the history of the 4th-century Basilica of Saint Thecla. Enter the cathedral and find a wealth of art and faith intertwined. Trace every step of the Cathedral’s construction from the Duomo Museum to the Church of San Gottardo in Corte through sculptures, stained glass windows, wooden models, and tapestries. Remember when planning your visit that the Museum and the Church of San Gottardo are closed on Wednesdays.

Milan: Best of City Walking Tour with Last Supper Tickets

5. Milan: Best of City Walking Tour with Last Supper Tickets

See all the sights of Milan, and gaze in awe at Da Vinci's Last Supper on this informative and fun walking tour. See the Teatro Alla Scala, Duomo, and much more in the company of your expert guide. This 3-hour tour begins at the Church of Santa Maria delle Grazie, home to Leonardo da Vinci’s The Last Supper, one of the most famous works of art in the world. The tour operator will provide pre-booked, all-inclusive skip-the-line tickets, so that you’ll enter the room with your guide, your group, and just one other small tour group, ensuring that you can make the most of your time with the masterpiece. Next, you’ll embark on an in-depth walking tour of the city. Learn about the home of opera in Milan, the world-famous Teatro Alla Scala, as you take in its impressive façade. The tour ends at the most impressive site of all, the jaw-dropping Milan Duomo. You'll go inside the Duomo together to explore more, and even underground to see the basilica's battistero. This masterpiece of gothic architecture has enthralled centuries of spectators. You’ll see Milan at its best with an expert, English-speaking guide who is passionate about the city. All tickets are inclusive so you don’t have to worry about hidden costs or hassles and can focus on discovering parts of this vibrant, beautiful city that most visitors never see.

Milan: Duomo Cathedral Guided Tour

6. Milan: Duomo Cathedral Guided Tour

Meet your personal guide to skip the long queue at the highlight of any visit to Milan. Discover the perfect balance of naves, columns, and stained-glass windows in this unbelievably intricate construction. Learn about the elaborate and stunning interior decoration that took more than 10 centuries to complete. After discovering the interiors of the Duomo, ascend to the rooftop terraces where you can explore the square and the city from dizzying heights. Look at La Madonnina, a 4.16-meter statue of the Virgin Mary protecting and overlooking Milan. It's these moments that make Milan such a spectacle.

Milan: Small Group Walking Tour with Last Supper Access

7. Milan: Small Group Walking Tour with Last Supper Access

Your small group walking tour of Milan begins at the Convent of Santa Maria delle Grazie, home of one the world's most famous paintings, Leonardo da Vinci's The Last Supper. Enjoy privileged and exclusive access to this renowned work and admire the immense beauty of it with only a handful of other people in the room. Continue on to San Maurizio al Monastero Maggiore and admire its spectacular 16th-century frescoes across the ceiling and walls. Hear about the life and death of Santa Caterina, whose stories inspired the chapels within the church and its Luini frescoes. This church is often referred to as the Sistine Chapel of the north of Italy and is a must-see for art lovers. Refuel for the second half of your walking tour with a wonderful coffee at one of Milan's most historic pasticcerie (bakery). Experience the most delicious espresso you will ever have. Now that you got your coffee fix, continue onto Piazza degli Affari, the financial district of Milan. This is the economic pulse of the city and gives Milan its eclectic mix of fashion, finance and folklore. Learn about its beginnings in 1808 and delve even further into the past, learning about Emperor Augustus’ reign before returning to the present and hearing about Maurizio Cattelan’s controversial public sculpture, L.O.V.E. (also known to the Milanese as ‘Il Dito‘ or the middle finger). Your tour will continue through the bustling streets of Milan before you get to San Satiro, designed by Bramante, who also designed the St Peter’s Basilica in Rome. You will be amazed by the incredible use of perspective throughout San Satiro, a technique that was completely innovative at the time. Your walking tour will culminate at Milan's most famous piazza and Basilica, the Duomo. A perfect example of Italian Gothic architecture, it was built under Archbishop Antonio da Saluzzo, but took nearly 600 years to finish. It remains the current seat for the Archbishop of Milan. The area also marks the heart of the city center of Milan and of what was once known as Roman Mediolanum during the time of the Roman Empire. Admire the Basilica from the majestic Piazza del Duomo as your guide explains all the wonders of the most famous church and piazza in Milan. Entrance to the Basilica is not included.

Skip-the-Line Milan Duomo Tour and Optional Rooftop Tour

8. Skip-the-Line Milan Duomo Tour and Optional Rooftop Tour

Milan’s Duomo, one of the city’s most iconic buildings, was built over 600 years ago, and is one of the 4 largest cathedrals in Europe. On a 1-hour guided tour you’ll learn about the artistic and architectural features of the cathedral, and its connection with the history of the city. Admire the Gothic elements of its design and its numerous paintings and statues. From your guide you’ll hear the legends associated with the Duomo and also see its pagan elements, such as zodiac symbols. Head downstairs to the basement, where you’ll visit the crypt under the altar, the site of the centuries-old tomb of the Archbishop Carlo Borromeo. Choose the extended tour option (2.5 hours) and enjoy a guided visit to the Rooftop, where you’ll have a chance to take in panoramic views of Milan.

Leonardo da Vinci's Last Supper: The Guided Experience

9. Leonardo da Vinci's Last Supper: The Guided Experience

Do you know how many people are in Leonardo da Vinci's Last Supper, and how this fresco was painted? Have all your questions answered and learn about the mysteries behind the painter and his masterpiece during this 1-hour guided experience of the Last Supper in a small group.  Your tour will start in front of the Santa Maria delle Grazie with a short introduction, then continues into the rooms of the Last Supper. This unique UNESCO World Heritage is hidden in a special refectory. Your guide will make sure that every little drawing and sketch in the fresco take life. Then, head inside the Santa Maria delle Grazie where you can marvel at one of the most exceptional cloisters in the world. Let the geometrical features of the architect Bramante inspire you. Finish the tour in the beautiful courtyard of the church. 

Milan: Cathedral and Terraces Guided Experience

10. Milan: Cathedral and Terraces Guided Experience

The symbol of Milan is located in its very city center. The Cathedral, known as Duomo di Milano, is the best place to start your journey. Enjoy this 2-hour guided experience of Duomo with a monolingual speaking guide. Tickets of the Cathedral, Terraces, and Baptistery are included in your visit. Let your guide lead you throughout the enchanting history behind the complex. Mosaics, colorful windows, statues, and pieces of art are going to take a life during your experience. Unveil some of the most well-hidden secrets of the Cathedral, such as how many steeples are at the top of Duomo. Your journey starts in Duomo Square, first visit the Cathedral. The second place to admire is the Baptistery and, finally, enjoy the best view of the city from the Terraces.

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4.6 / 5

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Long queues in front of the ticket counters and at the entrance....with a few clicks I had bought 2 tickets. The booking confirmation followed shortly afterwards with a mobile QR code + email. Tickets were checked in a tedious process before access - I showed our booking confirmation on my cell phone and we were immediately waved through. From the first click it took less than 5 minutes! Brilliant!

WOW ! the chance to climb up to the top of the Duomo and walk among the spires was thrilling !!! the guide gave a very rich description of the entire interior and exterior and after the rooftop tour is over you all the time you want to stay around and if you time it right see the sunset from the rooftop and still explore the interior - really well done tour

It’s nice to go up with elavator , however coming down was with stairs or we missed it . I am not sure , but def , it was worth to not stand in the line

This was a great tour for our family of ten. Our guide made sure to make it interesting for ur youngest who is 10 years old to our 81 year old!

very nice, go early in the morning as it gets very hot