Edict of Milan celebration tour in Rome and Milan

Market: Leisure
For: Groups
Type: Tour
Length: 6 days
Guest min: 15
Guest max: 50
Price from: On request
Destination: Italy, Latium, Lombardy, Milan, Rome
Theme: Art and culture, Culture, Exhibitions, Italy tours, Museums
Territory: City
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In 2013 the 7th century anniversary of the Edict Of Milan will be celebrated. The Edict issued in Milan  in ad 313 by Emperor Constantine gave Christians freedom of culte.

This tour will include the official celebration exhibition in Rome together with a tour throught the most important sites related to Emperor Constantin, Christianism and Early Christian art both in Rome and in Milan.

The exhibition will be held in Rome from April to September 2013.


Tour will include

  • transportation, accommodations and tour leader for all the tour
  • 3 days/2 nights in Rome, featuring

HD guided city tour, including the Vatican Museum and Saint Peter Basilica built in the place of the first basilica founded by Constantine

HD guided Imperial city tour, including Palatine Hill, Roman Forum, Maxentius-Constantine Basilica, Constantine Arch

Visit to official exhibition celebrating the anniversary of the Edict in Colosseum.

  • Fast train from Rome to Milan
  • 4 days/3 nights in Milan, featuring

FD Milan guided city tour, including the Duomo, the remains of the archeological area below the Duomo,  La Scala Museum, the Ancient Art Museum in the Sforza Castle with works of art dating back to Early Christian times. Visit to Santa Maria delle Grazie with the “Last Supper”, the late 15th century mural painting by Leonardo da Vinci.

FD Milan guided city tour, including the most important early christian basilicas, like S.Ambrogio and S.Lorenzo, the bronze statue of Constantine celebrating the Edict of Milan, the Archeological Museum, the remains of the Imperial Palace, dating back to the times when Milan was capital of the Western Roman Empire.