Portrait of an eclectic character who, during the XV century at the court of Ludovico il Moro, worked immensely to leave a heritage of scientific and artistic creations to posterity, masterpieces that are unique in the world. The incredible wealth of his production still enchants and is still relevant, unsurpassed by the discoveries of modern times.
The National Museum of Science and Technology and the IBM Italy Foundation - in collaboration with IBM Human Centric Solutions Europe - present LeonardoAround, a new app for iPhones and iPads in Italian and English to get to know all the Leonardo da Vinci's locations in Milan.
Following Leonardo's Footsteps
A full itinerary of the locations and items conserved in Milan, witness to the life of Leonardo Da Vinci. The Last Supper, the Atlantic Codex, the Sforza Castle, the Pinacoteca di Brera, the Biblioteca Ambrosiana, the "Leonardo da Vinci" Museum of Science and Technology and the Naviglio Grande are just some of the stages of this journey of discovery through XV century Milan.
Offer: one single ticket for the Atlantic Code and the Last Supper
Now you can admire with a single ticket the Atlantic Codex at the Biblioteca Ambrosiana and the Bramante Sacristy (Santa Maria delle Grazie), and the Last Supper (Santa Maria delle Grazie).
With the aid of professional multilingual guides and with the Bus Gran Turismo the Castello Sforzesco and Leonardo da Vinci's Last Supper (up to a maximum of 50 people per day, guaranteed entrance no queuing), the museum of the Teatro alla Scala and the Duomo can all be visited in one day.
Leonardo Da Vinci tour
The tour runs between Milan and Vigevano revealing the masterpieces of Leonardo that also enrich the environs of the Milanese capital. A visit to the Piazza Ducale in Vigevano with the adjacent Castle. In Milan, the Castello Sforzesco (Sala delle Asse) and the Biblioteca Ambrosiana (Aula Federiciana with drawings of the Atlantic Code, the Pinacoteca and the Aula Leonardi with the Musician and the Leonardesques).
Navigate along Leonardo's navigli
In April, the tourist season reopens on the Navigli. You can navigate from a few hours to a full day admiring new landscapes before setting out by bicycle or horse-drawn carriage to explore nature and historical trails, not forgetting to pause to sample the local dishes and sip the regional wines.
Milan - Guide to the city
The guide is organised in thematic itineraries and specific topics so as to enable each visitor to read up on the aspects that interest him most. QR Codes in each section also facilitate access to further information on this website.
How to get here
The city is well served by three airports with national and international flights (Linate, Malpensa and Bergamo Orio al Serio) and linked to the city with airport coaches or railway services. Milan is also an important railway junction for high speed trains and a complex motorway network links the city up with the rest of Europe.
Getting around easily
Milan offers various alternatives for getting around the city. A bus, tram and metro network, taxis and new types of public transport, hired or reserved in advance, all link the city from the centre to the outskirts.
Tourist information in milan gets a makeover
Now that the new tourist information kiosks are imminent in Milan it has never been easier to delve into such beauty; the kiosks provide an up-to-date way of discovering, or rediscovering, the artistic and cultural heritage of the city
Milano Official Products
Take home a great souvenir of your trip.
Milano Official Products is an extensive line of clothing and objects for the home, office and leisure time with the instantly identifiable "Milano" logo. They can be purchased in many sales points in the city.