I am going on Rick's Italy villages tour and have opted to fly in and out of Milan. I arranged to be in Milan for two days prior to the tour. Here is my dilemma (ah, they should all be this tough (wink) ): I have used context Tours in the past and found them to be very informative and the docents to be superlative. However, I have just discovered that the tours they offer in Milan do not include a viewing of "The Last Supper". Viator does. Has anyone been on the Viator tour? Is the Last Supper a must see? To help you understand where I come from, my past experience with great works of art, DaVinci especially have been amazing. However, I found the Mona Lisa to be a great disappointment. Not the work of art, the fact that there were so many people it was virtually impossible to get near it, relax and view it and it was behind a protective glass which also inhibited viewing.
Is the experience of viewing The Last Supper a good one? Should I dump a Context tour and take the Viator to see this mural?
Thanks for your feedback