Many different itineraries to discover the Benedictine monastic complex of San Salvatore – Santa Giulia, founded in 753 AD by the last Lombard king Desiderius, place of historical importance that has been stratified by memories over the centuries, and declared a UNESCO heritage site in 2011.
Itineraries to discover the precious works kept in the halls of the Civic Museums and the artistic treasures in the historic center of Brescia.
There are 2 types of guided tours: up to 2 hours and up to 4 hours. Guided tours are available in Italian and foreign languages.
A surprising journey into the history of Brescia art and beyond, through the works of the great masters: Foppa, Raffaello, Lotto, Savoldo, Romanino, Moretto, and again Lattanzio Gambara, Sofonisba Anguissola up to Cifrondi and Ceruti, from Canova and Thorvaldsen up to Hayez.
Perched at the top of the Cidneo Hill, the Castle is one of the most fascinating fortified complexes in Italy and the second largest in Europe.
Inside the fourteenth-century Mastio Visconteo, the “Luigi Marzoli” Arms and Armor Museum houses one of Europe’s finest collections of antique armour and weapons.
Discovering the historic center of Brescia.
Discover the different souls of the city in engaging itineraries that wind through buildings from the Roman era, medieval alleys, towers, palaces, churches from all eras, up to the great nineteenth-century urban interventions.