“The Last Supper” by Leonardo da Vinci and the Church of St. Maria delle Grazie

“Last Supper” by Leonardo da Vinci

The “Last Supper” can be considered one of the most famous paintings by Leonardo da Vinci, which is inte refectory room of the convent of St. Maria delle Grazie. Leonardo experimented a painting tecnique of his own invention, that unfortunaly proofed to be a failure, the masterpiece is very fagile for that reason. That’s why the number of people who are admitted to visit the masterpiece is limited.

Anyway, when you are in front of the masterpiece of the master of Reinasissance, you proof a great emotion. You’ll be astonished by the carthers, the composition, the landscape in the background … there are thousands if details to be observed. The “Last Supper” by Leonardo da Vinci is undoubtly one of the most important masterpieces of any age, both on the point of view of the innovations then for the great influence it had on artists on any time.

About 1 hour if you want to visit both the “Last Supper” and the church of St. Maria delle Grazie.

This visit cannot be done on Mondays

To be agreed.

Usually by the entrance of the church of St. Santa Maria delle Grazie

There is a very limited number of tickets for the “Last Supper” and they are easly sold out, therefore they must be booked well in advance, at lest three months earlier. Please contact me about that.

In order to go inside the room of the “Last Supper”, you have to go through Security controls, that means that your bags and belonging can be inspected.

Inside the room of the “Last Supper” are not allowed big bags or large backpacks, threfore it’s advisable to have small bags.

Some object are not allowed inside the room of the “Last Supper”, expecially any food, snacks, drinks, objects in ceramics, bottles of perfumes, tripods for photography. You can read the complete list of the objects that are not allowed on the official website of the “Last Supper”.

During the visit, you are invited to wear a convenient dress for a religious place. Therefore inside the catheadral are not admited sleeveless T-shirts or dresses, skirts or shorts have to be long at least until the knee. It’s advosable to bring with you a scarf or something to cover your self when you’ll visit the inside.