Welcome to Brescia

A journey through time

Holidays in Brescia

Thinking of visiting Brescia? Start here! Follow our guide on what to see and do in the province of Brescia, land of a thousand faces.
Here, you will find all the information you need for an authentic travel experience: arts and local culture, Brescia’s celebrated cuisine, the most beautiful itineraries, sports and outdoor activities, spas and wellbeing, shopping and nightlife. Tourism in the city and province of Brescia offers infinite attractions - discover them all here.

A land to be discovered

The province of Brescia offers an extraordinary variety of landscapes. Each area is unique and brimming with its own history. The three great lakes, with their own distinctive characters: Mediterranean Lake Garda, northern Lake Idro and romantic Lake Iseo. The unmissable city of Brescia, with its rich historic and artistic heritage. The gently rolling hills of Franciacorta, crisscrossed with vineyards. The lush forests and mountains of Valle Camonica and Valle Trompia, ideal for sports enthusiasts and nature lovers, and, finally, the expansive Pianura Bresciana lowlands, steeped in a timeless atmosphere.

The city of art of the Mille Miglia. Visit the largest Roman archaeological area in Northern Italy and discover the monumental remains of the Lombards, now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Welcome to Brescia!
Lake Garda
Dive into Italy’s largest lake: soak up the beaches, Art Nouveau villas and enchanting views in Goethe’s “magical land where lemons grow”. Welcome to Lake Garda
Lake Iseo & Franciacorta
Home to Franciacorta DOCG wine and a romantic lake with the largest lake island in Italy at its centre, Monte Isola. Welcome to Lake Iseo and Franciacorta
Lake Idro & Valle Sabbia
Home of outdoor sports and Lake Idro, the highest of the Prealpine Lombard lakes. Peace and tranquility on the Trentino border. Welcome to Valle Sabbia
Valle Camonica
A skiers’ paradise with national parks and the stone carvings of Italy's first World Heritage Site. Welcome to Valle Camonica, the valley of signs
Valle Trompia
Mines, iron, art and nature. This land, shaped by its industrial heart, was also the birth place of Pope Paul VI. Welcome to Valle Trompia, the iron valley
Brescian Plains
Discover ancient castles and historic manor houses nestled among the verdant plains of one of Italy’s main agricultural areas. Welcome to the Pianura Bresciana
Eventi Brescia Provincia

Events in Brescia

Wondering what’s on in Brescia today or at the weekend? Find out what’s on all year: major events and shows for your diary
From the Mille Miglia to the Festa dell’Opera, or the Centomiglia to the Festival Franciacorta, find all of Brescia’s unmissable events here.

All the Events