It's unusual façade gives it away. And Da Vinci's Last Supper will leave you awestruck. Worth a look? Without a doubt!
Gothic and Renaissance
This unparalleled place is worth visiting for countless reasons. To reach it, take Corso Magenta under Sempione Park and walk westwards. You will then come across the small piazza where the church stands. You will recognise it instantly as its façade is one of the city's most unusual. Its construction started in the Gothic period and finished in the Renaissance. Once you're there, don't hesitate to take a peek inside. Walking through its archways and cloisters, you can sense the old age of the building, but the greatest treasure is revealed in the Cenacolo Viniciano Refectory. Make your way there to view Leonardo Da Vinci's famous fresco, The Last Supper. This masterpiece by the Italian painter was started at the end of the fifteenth century and although it has required some restoration work, it can still be admired here today.