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Da Vinci's Last Supper Painting Location - Detailed Directions to Santa Maria delle Grazie

Last Supper Painting location

Getting to Last Supper in Milan by public transport

By metro
By bus
By tram

Best for: Time-efficient commute
Metro lines: M1, M2
Travel time:
5 mins
Closest stop/station: Conciliazione 
Frequency: Every 5 mins

  • Take the red line metro from Duomo to Conciliazione (four stops). Afterward, it's a 5-minute walk to Santa Maria delle Grazie, home to the Last Supper.
  • The quickest route is to take the green line metro. Change to the yellow line at Duomo, and from there, switch to the red line at Conciliazione.

Best for: Local sightseeing
Bus lines: 58,61,68,94
Travel time:
10-15 Minutes
Closest stop: Conciliazione/Cadorna
Frequency: Buses run at frequent intervals from 5:30 AM until 12:30 AM.

  • If you are traveling to see the Last Supper from Milano Centrale, you can take bus number 50 on the M2 line and get down at Cadorna.
  • From Cadorna, it will be a 5-minute stroll to the Santa Maria delle Grazie where the Last Supper is located. 

Best for: Avoiding street traffic
Tram lines: 1,16
Travel time:
12 Minutes
Closest stop: S. Maria delle Grazie
Timings: 5 AM to 2 AM
Frequency: 8-10 minutes

  • If you're staying near the city center, consider taking advantage of Milan's convenient tram system.
  • The Tram stop is right in front of the Santa Maria delle Grazie and drops you right in front of the convent and you don’t have to walk too much from the stop.

Getting to Last Supper Milan by car

Driving route
Parking facilities

Best for: Flexible & convenient travel
Travel time: Approximately 15-20 minutes (from Milan city center)
Distance: Approximately 6-7 kilometers

  • Start at Milan Cathedral (Duomo di Milano) in the city center. Head northwest on Via Carlo Maria Martini toward Via Francesco Pecorari. Continue onto Via Silvio Pellico. Merge onto SS35 (Tangenziale Est) via the ramp to Venezia. Take the exit toward Viale Enrico Forlanini/Tangenziale Est Ovest.
  • Merge onto Viale Enrico Forlanini. Continue straight onto Corso XXII Marzo. Turn left onto Via Pitteri. Turn right onto Via Caradosso. Turn right onto Piazza di Santa Maria delle Grazie. The Convent of Santa Maria delle Grazie, where The Last Supper is located, will be on your left. A taxi will cost you around €120.

There are pay-to-park facilities scattered around the Santa Maria delle Grazie.

  • Garage alle Grazie, 290 m away
  • Parcheggio Zenale, 210 m away
  • Magenta Parking, 260 m away
  • Milan Dumo Parking, 2.9 km away

Walking to Last Supper Milan

Best for: Scenic route & Milan exploration
Travel time: Approximately 20 minutes (depends on your starting point)

  • From the Milan Cathedral (Duomo): Start your leisurely stroll from the iconic Milan Cathedral (Duomo di Milano). The walk to The Last Supper takes about 20 minutes through charming streets.
  • From the Pinacoteca di Brera: If you're visiting the Pinacoteca di Brera, another cultural gem in Milan, you can reach The Last Supper in approximately 23 minutes by foot.
  • From the Sforza Castle (Castello Sforzesco): The Sforza Castle is a historical landmark in Milan, and from there, it's just a 15-minute walk to The Last Supper.

Best ways to get to the Last Supper Painting

  • Budget-friendly: The cheapest way to get to Santa Maria delle Grazie to see the Last Supper painting is by train or by bus. You can get a one-day ticket for € 7 if you have multiple attractions to see in Milan. 
  • Fastest route: If you are tight on time, the fastest route to see the Last Supper location, Santa Maria delle Grazie, is by car. You can either rent a car or take a taxi. It is a more expensive option compared to using the excellent public transport system that Milan has to offer. 
  • Sight-seeing: If you are already in Milan city center, you can walk to the Santa Maria delle Grazie. This gives you the opportunity to take in some of the historical architecture and major attractions around the city.



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Frequently asked questions about the Last Supper painting location

Where is the Last Supper painting located?

Leonardo da Vinci's The Last Supper is located in the refectory of the Dominican convent of Santa Maria delle Grazie, in Milano.

Which city is the Last Supper painting in?

The Last Supper painting is located in the city of Milan.

How do I get to the Last Supper painting?

You can take the metro, train, tram or bus to the Last Supper painting at Santa Maria delle Grazie.

Which is the fastest way to get to the Last Supper painting?

The fastest way to get to the Last Supper location is by car. You can rent a car if you have multiple locations to visit or take a taxi.

Which is the closest bus stop to the Last Supper painting?

The closest bus stops near the Santa Maria delle Grazie are Conciliazione and Cadorna.

Which is the closest train station to the Last Supper painting?

The closest train station to the Last Supper painting is Conciliazione

Can I park at Santa Maria delle Grazie?

You can park at Zenale Parking, which is just around the corner from Santa Maria delle Grazie.