Brescia The Essential
Interesting
The major industrial town of Brescia lies at the foot of the Lombard Pre-Alps. It has retained the regular street plan of the Roman castrum Brixia, which once stood here. The town boasts numerous Roman, Romanesque, Renaissance and Baroque buildings and the magnificent Sant Giulia Museum. It is a pleasure to stroll around this elegant city, waste time on its café terraces or give into temptation in one of its many attractive shops.

Must see

Michelin's recommendations for Brescia
Santa Giulia - Museum of the City of Brescia
Santa Giulia - Museum of the City of Brescia
This magnificent town museum is housed
60 minutes
Via dei Musei (Museum street)
Via dei Musei (Museum street)
The picturesque Via dei Musei, former
15 minutes
S. Francesco (Saint-Francis' Church)
S. Francesco (Saint-Francis' Church)
Similar to other Brescia churches, this
15 minutes
Tempio Capitolino (Capitolino Temple)
Tempio Capitolino (Capitolino Temple)
The former civil and religious heart of
60 minutes
Piazza della Loggia (Loggia Square)
Piazza della Loggia (Loggia Square)
Today the Brescia town hall, this Loggia
15 minutes
Tosio Martinengo art gallery
Tosio Martinengo art gallery
This gallery has a vast collection of
90 minutes