The Church of Santa Maria delle Grazie, situated in the heart of Milan, is an outstanding work of architecture, and an emblem within the Catholic tradition. Santa Maria delle Grazie is perhaps even more famous for its indissoluble connection to Leonardo Da Vinci’s fresco of “The Last Supper,” preserved inside its refectory (dining hall).
The Church is one of Renaissance art’s most important testimonies and a shining symbol of creative human genius – thus it became a UNESCO World Heritage List in 1980.
Please note that we will try our best to find available tickets at the time you require, but the tickets to the Last Supper sell out extremely quickly. The closer to the date, the harder the tickets are to find.
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