“To understand an artist, it is not enough to look at the finished work. You have to see through the same window, smell the same air, walk the same streets. Only then can you understand how great works are nurtured by daily experience and transformed by genius.”
– James Bradburne, Director of Pinacoteca di Brera
On the occasion of the 500th anniversary of Leonardo da Vinci’s death, discover our immersive experiences in Milan and Florence, two cities where the Renaissance master spent most of his life. Learn more about Leonardo’s rich history with a closer look into his artistic and intellectual heritage.
- Dinner by the Vineyard
Enjoy a guided tour of Leonardo’s Vineyard, offered to him in 1499 by Ludovico Sforza, the Duke of Milan, who commissioned the painting of “The Last Supper.” Spend the evening at the beautifully restored Casa degli Atellani, the mansion overlooking the vineyard, and sit down to a specially prepared menu that pays tribute to the best of Italian flavours.Details
- Secret Dinner by the Duomo
Enter a 15th-century palazzo, said to be where Leonardo painted “Mona Lisa,” for a once-in-a-lifetime dining experience. Take in sunset views of the Duomo over drinks, followed by a gourmet four-course dinner designed by our Michelin-starred chef.Details