The painting is a prime tourist attraction, but the basilica itself is also worth the visit, as the basilica is a masterpiece of the famous Renaissance architect Donato Bramante. While its interior is full of bright lights and constitutes a real triumph of harmony, on the outside, it is gently carved. Its nave was built in a Gothic style.
The impressive dome built above the church of Santa Maria delle Grazie is also one of the finest works of the Italian Renaissance. All these made it a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The entrance to see the painting is for 25 visitors at a time. So, it is necessary to book tickets to look at the painting a few months before the visit here. See the tag of the Last Supper.