The Da Vinci Code Art Sleuthfrom € 900.00
Imagine visiting a world-heritage listed landmark
With the world’s leading art sleuth to track down the last truly great art mystery. You will be searching for what is probably the greatest missing masterpiece ever by Leonardo Da Vinci.
In a case of life imitating art your internationally-renowned and erudite art detective
also happens to be the only real person mentioned in Dan Brown’s Da Vinci Code.
No one on earth has examined more masterpieces. He holds the world’s largest private data base on masterpieces. He challenged the art establishment when he discovered and proved an acclaimed Leonardo Da Vinci in one of the most important European museums was not what it seemed to be.
Or what about seeing one of the world's most famous galleries, the Uffizi in Florence, with your art investigator who discovered another missing Da Vinci masterpiece lying hidden for centuries under the surface of a later painting?
Or fancy hearing the basics on how to spot a forgery and hints on building your own private art collection?
No other guided ‘tour’ could ever possibly match the experience of seeing and searching for these lost masterpieces in the company of this expert.
Tour Length: 2 Hours
Note: For each additional person € 39,00
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|From one to five people||900.00 €||From 180.00 € per person|
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