As one of the most famous monuments in Milan, Sforza Castle is an unusual example of medieval architecture that dates back to the 14th century. Originally a military fortress, it was later converted to a majestic Renaissance Court, serving as the private residence of the Sforza family. Nowadays, it is surrounded by the Parco Sempione, a favorite of the locals. Leonardo da Vinci actually lived in the castle during his 23 year stay in the city while the Sforza family sponsored his studies. Here, we will have skip-the-line access to The Last Supper, Da Vinci's masterwork that proudly hangs in the castle. We will learn how his depiction of this crucial moment from the Bible inspired countless artists who followed in his footsteps.