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Boat Tour of Garda Island
"Hop aboard your sightseeing boat in Sirmione and cruise onto the calm waters of Lake Garda with your guide. Widely considered among the prettiest spots in all of Italy Lake Garda is home to rolling vineyards and breathtaking views with colonial history dating back centuries. During your 1.5-hour cruise take in top attractions such as Greek-American soprano Maria Callas’ villa and the ancient Roman Grottoes of Catullus. Cruise gracefully around the San Biagio Island and Garda Island and gaze over the Gothic-Venetian palace and beautiful lawns for which the region is famous. Drift beneath the mighty Rocca di Manerba where sheer cliffs plummet down to the lakeside and upgrade your tour to enjoy a refreshing aperitif on Garda Island. After completing your tour of the lake
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Tour of the Sirmione Peninsula
"This is an amazing tour of the peninsula of Sirmione. During the 25 minutes of the excursion we will see the ex-villa of Maria Callas the SPA and beauty-farm Aquaria the sources of the thermal water the Grotte of Catullo that are the biggest Roman building in the North of Italy. Before finishing the tour you will admire the Castello Scaligero the port built on piles like Venice
From EUR50.00
 
Boat Tour of Garda Island
"Hop aboard your sightseeing boat in Sirmione and cruise onto the calm waters of Lake Garda with your guide. Widely considered among the prettiest spots in all of Italy Lake Garda is home to rolling vineyards and breathtaking views with colonial history dating back centuries. During your 1.5-hour cruise take in top attractions such as Greek-American soprano Maria Callas’ villa and the ancient Roman Grottoes of Catullus. Cruise gracefully around the San Biagio Island and Garda Island and gaze over the Gothic-Venetian palace and beautiful lawns for which the region is famous. Drift beneath the mighty Rocca di Manerba where sheer cliffs plummet down to the lakeside and upgrade your tour to enjoy a refreshing aperitif on Garda Island. After completing your tour of the lake
From EUR200.00

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Getting to Brescia

We flew from Dubai to Malpensa Airport near Milan, then travelled into Milan Central Station and caught a train to Brescia. From Milan Central to Brescia takes around an hour. On the flight we passed...
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Brescia Metro

Brescia has a very useful metro system for getting around on. To get to it, exit the station and go right. It is signposted. To get to the centre, travel one stop to Vittorio Station. This journey is...
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Trains from Brescia

Brescia has good train connections to many different areas. It is on the main Milan/Verona line. It has direct connections to Lake Garda, Lake Iseo, Venice, Cremona, Bergama. We read a lot of...
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Lombardy Pass

We bought a seven day Lombardy Pass for our stay in Italy. It cost 41 Euros each. It includes train travel on regional trenord trains, on the Milan metro, the Brescia metro and on the boats on Lake...
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Great train links

Brescia sits on the main line connecting Milan to Venice, making it easily accessible and a good stopping point for a northern Italy trip.Trains from Milan run intermittently throughout the day with...
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Gillybob
Jul 15, 2012

By bus to the centre

Bus 1 (direction Mompiano) will take you from the railway station to Brescia's historical heart. You can find bus routes, timetables and info (in Italian) on the link below.Cross the road directly...
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leics
Jun 25, 2011
 
 
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By train from anywhere....

Italian trains are safe, comfortable and very reasonably-priced. The network is extensive and thus it is entirely possible to get to Brescia from anywhere.The direct train from Bergamo (my base) takes...
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leics
Jun 25, 2011

By Car: How Far/How Long...?

Some road distances to Brescia from:- Roma (Italy): 567 kms.- Brussels (Belgium): 995 kms.- Madrid (Spain): 1.664 kms.- Lisbon (Portugal): 2.236 kms.Checking the website, you can find more road...
Redang
Jul 28, 2010

Brescia: Trains

Brescia has good local train connections, although you will need to change (most likely in Milan) if your plans involve a longer journey.There are excellent connections to Milan (just under an hour),...
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Maria81
Jan 12, 2010

Getting there

Brescia is located half-way between Milan and Venice; it is well serviced by highways and trains, making it quickly accessible from all northern Italian cities. * By car: from Turin or Milan take...
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venteeocho
Apr 28, 2008

How to go the and from the stadium

As I’ve written earlier on this page, the stadium in Brescia is really well-distanced from the city-center. There are a bus going from the central station, C, I think is the letter you should be...
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Calcio
Nov 24, 2004

Ryanair flights to Montichiari

The ryanair airport (Verona-Brescia or Montichiari) is quoted as 20 mins from Brescia and 45 mins from Verona, but I think the actual journey time is a bit longer. Ryanair operate a shuttlebus to...
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yelyah99
Oct 04, 2003

By Plane

One possibility is to go to Bergamo by plane, and once at the airport, there is a bus to Brescia.The airport in Bergamo is called Orio al Serio (look at the website).
Redang
Sep 04, 2009

Top Hotels in Brescia

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Via Luigi Apollonio, 72, Brescia, Lombardy, 25128, Italy
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Via Nazionale 86, 25059
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Via X Giornate, 20, Brescia, Lombardy, 25121, Italy
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Via Giuseppe Garibaldi 22, 25059
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Viale Stazione, 12/A, Brescia, Lombardy, 25122, Italy
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Via Nazionale 50, 25059
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Top Things to Do in Brescia

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City Centre - Downtown

The squares of the main streets of the town are lined by arcades that once contained the fruit and vegetables markets. On this picture you can see the arcades in Via di X Giornate, which connects...
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Piazza della Loggia - Torre dell'Orologio

The Piazza della Loggia is a beautiful square interconnected with the Piazza Vittoria. Here you can see the Renaissance Palace of the Loggia. This building is now the town hall. It dates back to...
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Duomo Vecchio - Old Cathedral - Rotonda

The Old Cathedral of Brescia is also known as the Rotonda, because of its round shape. Near the entrance there is a sarcophagus containing the body of Bishop Berardo Maggi, who died in 1308. Inside...
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Duomo Nuovo - New Cathedral

One of the best things about the new cathedral was it was lovely and warm inside. I say that because Italy was freezing when we visited and getting in somewhere warm from time to time helped us to...
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Brescia Castle - Castello di Brescia

Brescia Castle is also known as the falcon of Italy, presumably because of its high vantage point over the town. Construction of the castle began in the thirteenth century and continued until the...
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Roman Temple - Capitolium - Forum

If you walk through the broletto from Paolo VI Square and follow the signs, you will end up at the Capitolino Temple. This restored Roman temple was built in 73 AD. It towers over the remains of the...
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"Brescia"
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IreneMcKay

"Beautiful, Beautiful Brescia."
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leics

"Fascinating 'ordinary' place...."
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"Brescia - small team, but great supporters"
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