Trip out of town to discover Brescia
The "Lioness of Italy", the name given to her by the poet Giosuè Carducci for the courage shown during the Ten Days insurrection, is a city of culture and passion.
Castello di Brescia
A journey through time between the Brixia Romana, Unesco license plate, and the elegance of the Renaissance: marvelous lounge squares, a crenellated castle, two cathedrals, a theater born as a tribute to Napoleon Bonaparte and how to forget the Civic Museums among which that of Santa Giulia stands out , Unesco Heritage since 2011.
Here the roaring engines of the famous "1000miglia" start here in May, a fixed appointment for the city since 1927, and here in September the most popular "Opera Festival" in the world takes place, which transforms the entire city in a magical open-air theater.
Do you know "Abbonamento Musei Lombardia"?
The Musei Lombardia Pass is the card that allows you to freely and whenever you wish to access museums, royal residences, villas, gardens, towers, permanent and temporary collections and exhibitions in Milano and the cities of art in Lombardy.
If you are a Trenord subscriber in possession of an electronic card, you can purchase the Pass at a special dedicated price!
The trip from Milano to Brescia takes about just more than one hour, with RegioExpress train.
The distance between Brescia and Milano is 83 km.
HOW TO GET
You can reach Brescia with Trenord trains, RegioExpress and Regional lines:
Linea RegioExpress Brescia - Iseo - Edolo
Linea RegioExpress Verona - Brescia - Milano
Linea Regionale Bergamo - Brescia
Linea Regionale Brescia - Cremona
Linea Regionale Brescia - Iseo - Breno
Linea Regionale Brescia - Parma
Linea Regionale Brescia - Treviglio - Milano
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