Run through Milan’s history following the ancient Roman age remains spread in the city centre, the Middle Age castle and the Renaissance period buldings in this 1-hour running tour.
Mediolanum, the Roman name of Milan, has much to show by history and architecture as it was important for its location as a hub in the road network of northern Italy of the Roman Empire. Run through history passing by the ancient Ruins of the Emperor’s palace, take a look to the sixteen tall corinthian columns in a row, once part of a pagan temple, still in place.
Exit the Medieval city gate of Porta Ticinese and visit the just refurbished are of Darsena than pay a visit to Basilica of Sant’Ambrogio, the patron saint of Milan. Have a look to the beautiful Castello Sforzesco and its gardens before reaching Brera, the artistic heart of Milan.
Continue the tour running by the iconic 14th Milan Cathedral known as the Duomo, an astonishing example of the gothic architecture in Italy, and the worlwide famous opera house Teatro alla Scala.
You will discover an unexpected ancient Milan by run with all its beauty.
|DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION||*Hotel/Apartment pick-up. if your accommodation is not located in central Milan (i.e. Quadrilatero della Moda) another convenient meeting point will be communicated.|
|DISTANCE||7 km | 4.3 mi|
|DEPARTURE TIME||7:00 am|
|AVG RUNNING PACE||Individual|
Stops: the running tour considers stops along the course to rest and to listen about Milan from your guide. Set your number of stops with your guide during the run.
The running tours are led exclusively in external areas and it is not planned any entrance/access to museums, churches, galleries and similar.
Cancellation policy: cancellations made 72 hours prior to the scheduled departure time have a 100% refund of the sum paid. Details available on cancellation policy page.
Meeting point: hotel/apartment pick-up. If your accommodation is not located in central Milan (Quadrilatero della Moda – Via Montenapoleone Fashion district) another convenient meeting point will be set.