SUTA Italy Chapter presents:
on Monday August 4th, 2014 until Wednesday 6th
Trip to ROME (from Milan)
This tour takes place just after 2014 Reunion and is the perfect and cost-effective opportunity for you and your family members to visit and explore Rome where Thousand years of ancient history meets a modern society.
Thanks to SUTA - Italy chapter who put a great deal of effort to provide our members and attendees such fantastic deal.
Tour will start on Monday morning (the day after the reunion finishes) and will continue until Wednesday afternoon.
3-Star Lux hotel in the Center of Rome for 2 nights and 3 days
Super fast speed "Freccia Rossa" train (the second fastest train in the world with the speed up to 450 km/h) which make the trip in just 2:30 hours.
The tickets from Milan to Rome and From Rome to Milan are included.
Registration and fees
You can pay the fees whether in Rials or in US dollars.
If you live in IRAN, you can proceed with the payment in Rials, to this account :
Sharif University Branch
Branch Code 6751/2
Account Number 202220159
Sheba identifier: IR22 0120 0000 0000 0202 2201 59
Type of account: JAM (Jari Electronic Bank Mellat)
Beneficiary Dr. Davar Boghaei
Otherwise, you can do the payment via Paypal.
If you register paying in Iran, Please send us an email with the receipt and the names.
The fees are:
For 1 person:
300 euro per person (400 dollars or 13,800,000 Rials)
For 2 persons:
215 euro per person (290 dollars or 9,890,000 Rials)
For 3 persons:
200 euro per person (270 dollars or 9,200,000 Rials)
Option of merging participants-in order to reduce prices- exists.
The event can be suitable for both families and individuals.
For kids under 6 years old, the tour is FREE.
The train tickets are non-refundable but the hotel registrations are refundable until three weeks before the trip.
If you have any queries or if you are more than 3 persons (whether family or friends) contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
This can be a perfect and cheap way to see the most beautiful and one of the most visited cities (3th globally) in the world.