The Last Supper

Milan, Italy
Kirker Holidays

There are some beautiful churches in Milan and it would be a pity to leave the city without visiting a few of them, but the most important for art-lovers is perhaps Basilica di Santa Maria delle Grazie.

Started by the Dominicans between 1465 and 1490 and completed by Bramante it features beautiful frescoes, a magnificent dome, elegant gallery and cloisters. However, the real treasure is in the Refectory, where you will find Leonardo da Vinci’s The Last Supper, one of the world’s most sought-after paintings. Opposite is Montorfano’s Crucifixion, so don’t forget to turn around!

Visitors to the Basilica are strictly limited and time slots to view The Last Supper can be a challenge to secure and must be booked well in advance. Please contact the Kirker Concierge (020 7593 2286 or for details and to check availability. The church is open to visitors Monday to Saturday from 09:00 – 12:20 and 15:30 – 17:50 and Sunday from 16:00 – 17:50.


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