This Basilica is of prime importance to Milan because it was founded by- and then dedicated to- Ambrose, the Ancient Roman-born citizen who was elected bishop of the city by popular acclaim, in 374 A.D. Today, the church is basically Romanesque, dating back to the 11th-12th century. To the left and right side of the façade there are two bell-towers, not symmetrical, but reflecting the fact that in the 8th century, the Benedictine monks of the church were joined by a group of priests. The altar, a 9th century masterpiece in gold and precious stones, is a must-see.
- Entrance to the Museum of the Treasury of Basilica
- Guided tour of 1 hour 45 minutes conducted by a guide with regular professional licence.
- Microphone system for a better use of the visit *
- Offer to the church
* please note: the miking system will be guaranteed to reach 15 participants per group.
What’s not included
- Transport to reach the meeting point
- Food and beverage unless otherwise specified
- Tips (optional)
- Personal Extras
DepartureQuadriportico, Basilica di Sant'Ambrogio
Meeting 15 minutes before the start of the guided tour in the four-sided portico in front of the basilica
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