Brescia, nicknamed “The Lioness of Italy” by the Italian poet Giousè Carducci for bravery against the Austrians in 1849, offers a lot of things to do and see. From archeological sites and UNESCO heritage to gastronomic offers based on typical local products. Visit Brescia means experiencing an authentic journey and visiting a city rich in culture, history and art increasingly at the center of the international tourist community.
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The promenades to the “Rocca di Manerba”, “Valle delle Cartiere” and “Eremo di San Valentino” are just few of the walks you can enjoy in Brescia! The routes are suitable for everyone, through which you can visit amazing landscapes filled with nature and history. For lovers of scenic walks, you can’t miss the “Sentiero del Sole”, “Salita al Monte Cas” and “Cima di Crench”.
Brescia and its province await with an immense artistic and cultural heritage spanning time and tastes. In fact, the province of Brescia is characterized by 3 UNESCO World Heritage sites: The “Longobards in Italy. Places of Power (568-774 A.D)” in Brescia, the “Prehistoric Pile dwelling around the Alps” on Lake of Garda and the “Petroglyphs” in Camonica Valley, which is the first Italian UNESCO site.
The Brescia area boasts unique treasures, such as the “Vittoriale degli Italiani”, the fascinating House – Museum which belonged to the writer Gabriele D’Annunzio and the two cathedrals of Brescia, which are considered as an exception in northern and center of Italy. The Brescia area offers a variety of events throughout the year in the city and around where there are many palaces, castles and mysterious legends.
The long history of the town is reflected in various Roman ruins, medieval buildings, gothic churches and in a several Renaissance works that are kept in churches and museums of the city.