Brescia Castle
up to 4 hours
No. of participants
- max 20
€ 190,00
Guided Activity
Activities with Guide
Activities in Language
Also available in a foreign language

The tour includes a visit to the most important buildings of medieval Brescia: starting from Piazza Paolo VI, overlooked by the Broletto and the Rotonda or Old Cathedral; it continues towards the ancient Torre di Porta Bruciata with the astonishing church of San Faustino in Riposo. Walking along the ancient Corso delle Mercanzie, now Corso Goffredo Mameli, the beating heart of medieval commercial life, you will finally reach the mighty Torre della Pallata. The tour continues to discover the Castle, the so-called “Falcon of Italy”. An exciting walk through drawbridges, towers and tunnels, with breathtaking views of the city, will retrace the history of the mighty fortress, the scene of crucial episodes in the history of Brescia over the centuries.


Every group will be given 1 free ticket for the guide
Extras: Foreign language € 15,00 L’itinerario prevede un’ora di pausa.

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