How to get to Brescia by car

Brescia can be reached through motorways A4 Milan-Venice (E64), A35 Brescia – Bergamo – Milan, and A21 Turin – Piacenza – Cremona – Brescia (E70). It is therefore in a strategic position at the heart of the main national intersections and European corridors which connect eastern and western Europe and northern and southern Italy.

Brescia can be accessed through the following motorway tolls:

  • A4: Brescia Ovest, Brescia Centro, Brescia Est;
  • A21: Brescia Sud, Brescia Centro;
  • A35: Castegnato toll. Continue following directions to the city along the Brebemi A35 connecting road.

Getting to Brescia by car from the main Italian cities

  • By car from Florence, Rome, and southern Italy: follow motorway A1 until Modena, take A22 towards Brennero, then A4 towards Brescia – Milan;
  • By car from Turin: follow A4 towards Milan – Brescia – Venice;
  • By car from Verona and Venice: follow A4 towards Brescia – Milan – Turin;
  • By car from Genoa and Liguria: follow A7 until Tortona, then continue along A21 until the end.

Getting to Brescia by car from the main airports

  • From Bergamo Orio al Serio airport: follow A4 towards Brescia (about 50 km);
  • From Verona airport: follow A4 towards Brescia – Milan (about 60 km);
  • From Milan Linate airport: follow A35 towards Brescia (about 85 km);
  • From Milan Malpensa airport: follow A8 towards Milan, then A4 towards Brescia – Verona (about 140 km).