Florence, Italy, September 23, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- On the net it’s possible to find a practical tourist guide to the city of Milan called About Milan, where users can find many information and useful tips about museums, monuments, traditions, events, art and culture of the city of Milan.
With the help of this travel guide, users have the opportunity to know almost everything on how to move in Milan, where to eat and what not to miss. The guide provides also useful maps, addresses and phone numbers of restaurants, cafes, pubs and discos.
In addition, from today users will find a new page under “Museums Tickets”, a section where they can book their tickets for visiting the main museums in Milan, skipping in this way the line without wasting time. In this new page called “Cenacolo – Da Vinci’s Last Supper”, users will find many interesting information about the artwork and a space dedicated to tickets reservation for marvelling at The Last Supper.
As a mater of fact, Leonardo’s Last Supper is preserved at Santa Maria delle Grazie Church in Milan and booking is required. So, booking online is the easiest, quickest and cheapest way for seeing such a masterpiece, sparing time and enjoying the city at best.
People are more and more curious to see this wonderful artwork and this is also due to the fact that the world-famous book The da Vinci Code written by Dan Brown has fascinated millions people who today come to Milan for marvelling in person at this famous and mysterious masterpiece.
The Museum is open from Tuesday to Sunday from 8.15 am to 7 pm (admission allowed until 6.45 pm). Close on Mondays, 1st January, 1st May, 25th December.
For those who are planning a trip to Milan, it would be very helpful a travel guide like About Milan: here, they will have the chance to find their ideal accommodation in Milan and also many useful information for strolling around the city.
More detailed information on The Last Supper and the city of Milan are available on About Milan travel guide.