The Genius of Leonardo Da Vinci

Tour Milan’s Da Vinci Masterpieces.

Valid from 1 January - 31 December 2019. Minimum two-night stay.

- Book one of our stylish Guestrooms or Suites and celebrate the artistic and intellectual genius of Leonardo da Vinci; a host of events around the city mark the 500th anniversary of his death.
- Start the day with a full breakfast for two in the warm surroundings of Mandarin Bar & Bistrot.
- Private four-hour guided tour for two people featuring Leonardo’s must see masterpieces in Milan. Marvel at The Last Supper in the Convent of Santa Maria delle Grazie before visiting the nearby Da Vinci Vineyard and the Pinacoteca Ambrosiana where you can admire Da Vinci’s Codex Atlanticus.
- Private chauffeur-driven car at guests’ disposal during the tour, with a total travel and waiting time of maximum five hours.

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Local taxes apply.
Rates are subject to 10% VAT and city tax EUR 5 per person per night.
Offer is subject to availability, is not applicable to more than 5 rooms and cannot be combined with any other offers.
Rates are subject to change and may vary on certain days of the week.
A credit card is required at time of booking but no charges will be made until check-out.
No charge for bookings cancelled at least 24 hours prior to 4pm local time on the expected day of arrival.
Check-in time from 3pm and check-out time 12pm.
Special Event cancellation policies may apply.
Different policies may apply to certain room types.
Tours cannot be booked on Mondays and every first Sunday of the month; they must be purchased 10 days in advance.
Tailor-made tours are subject to availability and to a separate quotation.
A number of other itineraries that take in other works by Da Vinci can be organised on request. These are subject to a separate quotation.
Our Concierge will be delighted to suggest a location to enjoy an aperitif in the Navigli (price not included in the package), a network of interconnected canals designed by Leonardo.
From 2 May 2019, tours will include a visit to the Sala delle Asse in the Sforza Castle, home to one of the very first examples of illusionist decoration.