Santa Giulia Museum
up to 4 hours
No. of participants
- max 20
€ 190,00 + € 7.5 Biglietto d'ingresso al Museo
Guided Activity
Activities with Guide
Activities in Language
Also available in a foreign language

The route includes a visit to the Benedictine monastic complex of San Salvatore – Santa Giulia, founded in 753 AD by the last Lombard king Desiderius and a place of historical importance that has been stratified by memories over the centuries: from the perfectly preserved Roman Domus dell’Ortaglia to the Basilica of San Salvatore, a UNESCO heritage site, and from the Oratory of Santa Maria in Solario which houses the exquisite Cross of Desiderius, to the Renaissance Coro delle Monache. We then proceed to explore Brescia’s old town by walking through its main squares.


Every group will be given 1 free ticket for the guide
Extras: Foreign language € 15,00
The tour includes a one-hour break.

Potrebbero interessarti

Old Town, Castle and Luigi Marzoli Arms Museum

Posted on
The route unfolds chronologically through the city’s main four squares: it starts from Piazza del Foro, which is overlooked by iconic monuments from ancient Brixia, such as the Capitolium, the city’s main temple. The tour continues in Piazza Paolo VI with the Romanesque cathedral, the so-called “Rotonda”, and the seventeenth-century Duomo Nuovo (New Cathedral). Next […]

Route – Renaissance City and “Luigi Marzoli” Arms and Armor Museum

Posted on
The tour includes stops at Brescia’s major Renaissance buildings: it starts from the splendid Piazza Loggia with the imposing Palazzo della Loggia, now the Town Hall, the Monte Vecchio di Pietà with its elegant Loggetta and lapidarium, the first “archaeological museum” with no historical precedent, and finally the tower with the large astronomical […]

Medieval Town and Castle

Posted on
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, […]