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Milan Half-Day Sightseeing Tour with da Vinci's 'The Last Supper'
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Milan Half-Day Sightseeing Tour with da Vinci's 'The Last Supper'

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Enjoy a combination of cultural highlights and voguish shopping on this half-day tour of Milan that includes skip-the-line admission to Leonardo da Vinci’s The Last Supper. This tour lets people pressed for time see La Scala, Santa Maria delle Grazie, Castello Sforzesco, and Milan Cathedral, and shop—a Milan must-do activity—without feeling rushed. The tour includes a stop at La Scala’s public box and museum.
$85.32 per adult
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John E wrote a review Feb 2020
Edinburgh, United Kingdom70 contributions60 helpful votes
Have done the Duomo etc.? The try this extraordinary food/wine shop, where you can also get a meal or taste wine. If the sight of Jeroboams of first growth claret excites you, you can see them all here - together! Then, decide that you don't want to take on another mortgage and buy some cheese to take home.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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VoxItalia wrote a review Jan 2020
Rome, Italy25 contributions33 helpful votes
We had not been to Peck in years, but the moment we walked through the doors in Via Spadari, memories of wonderful moments spent there came flooding back. We were curious about the new “Piccolo Peck“, a gourmet cafe located inside the shop, but one look at it convinced us that the reservations we had made at the restaurant were the best choice. People seem to like it - perhaps because it is quick and seems (seems!) that it won't be as expensive as the restaurant - but it looks like an average bar in a train station (the advert photos glorify it), with tiny tables and uncomfortable chairs. No, thanks. The restaurant is on the upper floor. It is spacious and we had a table by the window so that we could see all of the lovely Christmas decorations on the beautiful buildings nearby. The waiters are friendly, professional and very helpful. We chose an antipasto which included some of the best poached prawns we have ever tasted, and a delightful miniature "brick" of Peck's famous patè. Our traditional favorite, osso buco, did not disappoint, although we were surprised to find that the risotto with fresh white truffle was not exciting. Why not? The truffles just lacked aroma. Excellent assortment of breads, all made on the premises, and fine wine. No room for dessert, but the coffee was excellent. A quick trip downstairs to famous delicatessen was fun but exhausting. It was overflowing with Milanesi and tourists, and we gave up trying to shop there that day. We will return!
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Sephuzzy wrote a review Jan 2020
Canton of Zurich, Switzerland298 contributions87 helpful votes
Beautiful and delicious. The apperitivo is a great time for delicious treats. Don’t miss it! Great staff, interesting menu, and engaged clientele.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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orly a wrote a review Dec 2019
Qiryat Bialik, Israel31 contributions26 helpful votes
so much to choose from such an amzing place i bougth one kilo of my favorite saguge Bersola / worth buying there not cheap at all but worth it
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Shi Hu wrote a review Nov 2019
Los Angeles127 contributions239 helpful votes
This was our second visit to Peck. Lunch was fine, rather unremarkable but the artful displays of prepared foods: sea food, desserts, meats cheeses were gorgeous. My husband describes it as "food porn". Certainly worth a visit just to ogle the magnificent platters of delicacies.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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