We will be in Milan for one day in March, stopping overnight on our way between Chamonix and Naples (yes). I read up and knew to register on the site, and then watch for the announcement of release dates for the doming months. The last release date was Sept. 29 for December and January, , so I assumed there would be a similar date in late November for February and March. So I watched, but nothing. JI checked a few days ago, and still nothing. It must have been Dec. 10 that I last checked, because just now I checked again and it said that tickets for February, March and April were released on Dec. 11!!!
I was not expecting to find anything left but the calendar for our date in mid-March was green, meaning tickets available. So I signed in and proceeded, and to make a long story short, I did get 2 tickets for the 9:30 am English guided tour. But it wasn’t easy. The menu showed possible choices:
“Fascia con visits guidata in Inglese”. This was on the English version of the website but still in Italian. Available “seats”: 1. Below that was “Ingresso” which I know is entrance. Available “seats” 20. So I booked 2, thinking we would get entry alone with no guide. That is OK as my husband has read a lot about this and also I know there are audio guides available. But during the check-out process, the website would not let me proceed without also booking 2 “guided tours” in English at 3.50 euros each. Maybe these are audio guides?
Anyway, it’s all done and we are going. There are still apparently tickets available, so if you will be in Milan in February (few dates left), March, or April (many more), now is your chance to get Last Supper tix.