Immerse yourself in the eclectic historic center of Brescia, here in three thousand years different populations have passed, you are spoiled for choice. From the Roman Forum and the San Salvatore-Santa Giulia complex, UNESCO sites, to the Lombard Brescia. Brescia is a city that can be easily visited on foot, perhaps combining a tour of its historical and artistic beauties with events, exhibitions, food and wine initiatives and concerts that enliven its cultural calendar. Turning on the street in these parts, you will smell spit-roasted meats, casoncelli, polenta, cold cuts and fresh cheeses.
The Franciacorta territory extends just 15 minutes from the city center. Get on board our vehicles, we will take you to discover some of the best vineyards, in this paradise for wine and sparkling wine lovers. After visiting the vineyards and cellars, lunch in a typical tavern, before leaving for other vineyards in the Franciacorta region. During the whole day you can taste at least six labels, including still and sparkling wines.
The province of Brescia is known for one of its jewels, Sirmione, in the south-western part of Lake Garda. With the Tour of the Sirmione Peninsula, you can experience the experience of a boat trip, being able to admire the Terma di Aquaria, the Grottoes of Catullus, the beach of Jamaica, the Boiola sulphurous water source and the Scaliger Castle from the water. If, on the other hand, you have more time available, there is the half-day tour by speedboat, which includes Salò and the final prosecco tasting.
The first Italian brewery was born in Brescia in 1829. It was opened by the brewmaster Franz Xavier Wührer, with the idea that the Austrian soldiers stationed in the city could consume it. Thus was born the Wührer.
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