Discover the hidden gem of a city, tucked at the foot of the Alps in northern Italy. Explore Brescia, a UNESCO World Heritage site that holds the title of one of the most charming cities in Europe. You will visit the most beautiful and important places in the city. What remains of the famous Forum Square and Medieval Square? What is the other name of the Old Cathedral? Together with the local professional guide, you will find out many fascinating facts and will hear intriguing stories. What is so special about the Venetian Clock Tower? What view you can see from the seat of the Town Hall? On this tour, you will discover Brescia and witness its glorious attractions.

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  • Discover the remains of the Forum and Medieval Squares
  • Admire the interior of "La Rotunda," the Old Cathedral
  • Learn what's so special about the Venetian Clock Tower
  • Discover majestic Castle of Brescia and explore historical Renaissance buildings


  • Professional local tour guide

Route & Duration

2 hours
  • 1

    Cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta

    Duomo Nuovo, or New Cathedral, is the largest Roman Catholic church in Brescia, Italy. Among its interior artworks include scenes from the life of the Virgin Mary by Girolamo Romanino (Marriage, Visitation, and Birth) and the Sacrifice of the Virgin Mary, Isaac by Moretto da Brescia

  • 2

    Piazza del Foro

    Piazza del Foro is one of the oldest piazza in Brescia, formed in the first century Roman city. It is part of the Brescia Antica neighborhood in the heart of the historic center, cross north by way of the museum.

  • 3

    Capitolium o Tempio Capitolino

    The Capitolium of Brixia, or Temple of the Capitoline Triad in Brescia, is the main temple in the Roman center of Brixia, but is part of the ancient site as well as a Roman amphitheater and a museum in the center of Brescia.

  • 4

    San Salvatore

    San Salvatore (known as Santa Giulia) is an old monastery in Brescia, Lombardy, northern Italy. It is now a museum. This monastery is famous for its diversity of architecture. This includes Roman remains and important pre-Romanesque, Romanesque and Renaissance buildings.

Meeting Point

In front of Cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta
( Paolo VI, 25121 Brescia BS, Italy) See Map

Cancellation Policy

You can cancel up to 24 hours in advance of the experience for a full refund.