Aquileia, once described by Emperor Justinian as “the greatest of all towns in the West” is today a little known but important Roman city perched on the Adriatic coastline. This archaeology tour led by Andrew Wilson uncovers the region's fascinating history, including the extraordinary 4th century mosaics contained within the city's magnificient basilica.
Andrew Wilson, BA, BD, FSASCOT
specialist in archaeology and ancient history
6 Mar — 10 Mar 2017
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For those who have travelled on my Roman & Byzantine Ravenna tour this is a fascinating extension discovering further Christian motifs and mosaics of the North East Italian frontier, while our explorations also act as a captivating introduction to Roman and early mediaeval archaeology, history and art. ACE Tour Director Andrew Wilson.
Cost includes: return airfare, accommodation based on sharing a twin or double bedded room, breakfast & dinner with wine, water & coffee, excursions & admissions, gratuities.
Not included: travel insurance, single room supplement £80.
Practicalities: Please note: this itinerary repesents a guide to what we hope to offer. Details may be changed nearer the time.