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Last Supper Tickets Milan

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I've been patiently waiting for my chance to try to get Last Supper Tickets for October.

A week or so ago I saw that October tickets will go on sale on Tuesday July 7th. Now when I go online to look I can no longer find that info, but I'm still operating on the assumption that come July 7th the tickets will become available.

The Box office opens at 8:15AM. Obviously that is Italy time, not U.S. So, am I guessing right in thinking that I should set my alarm clock to be up at 2 AM EST to be able to start trying to get tickets as soon as the office opens?

Has anyone else attempted this? I've got no problem with getting up to try to get tickets, just wondering if it should work that way?

If I don't manage to book tickets myself, I am going to try for a tour. Has anyone taken a tour that includes the Last Supper lately? We only have one full day in Milan, we are staying two nights before our flight leaves, so a tour wouldn't be a bad thing to do, though we'd prefer to be on our own. We are staying in an airbnb apartment in the Brera area

CindyP

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