Province of Brescia in Italy, from Europe region, is best know for Points of Interest & Landmarks. Discover best things to do in Province of Brescia with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
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5 based on 755 reviews
We absolutely love this narrow road up to the village of pieve overlooking the lake. It looks scary but is perfectly safe and is as impressive as the amalfi drive. In fact they've taken a lot of the hair raising aspect out of this road with new tunnels and traffic lights. You should have seen it 30 years ago!
5 based on 522 reviews
Are you curious? Are you interested in everything that normally can not be seen? The Brescia Underground Association offers fascinating guided tours deep in the belly of the city, the rediscovery of ancient rivers, historical culverts and irrigation ditches now submerged beneath our feet. An unusual "journey" that's not only educational and cultural, but also full of incredible surprises our past reveals to our eyes.
I am writing this rewiew only because there was no one written in english.I want to go there on friday,so I called the number on their website.An Italian good speaking english explain me the place where to go ( not the adress from the website)and all about it,but the most importantly was,That they do this tours only on weekends.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
One of the best museum complex what you can visit for history. Pre-hisctoric items to the 19th century on 14.000 sq meter. Beutiful churches, statzes, paintings, mosaics, whatever you can think. Built the first part already in 753 AD, is one of the major attractions of North-Italy.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
We enjoyed the display of Nativity Scenes during our visit..this was built around the 11th Century and was built over old Roman ground which mosaics were discovered during its most recent restoration. The New Duomo was erected during the 18th Centrury, adjacent to the Duomo Vecchio, creating a beautiful contrast of architecture in the ancient Piazza Del Duomo.
4.5 based on 296 reviews
This was our second visit to Luine and its very old Petroglyphs. The previous visit was in heavy rain in 2010 with difficult footing. In September 2013 we had dry sunny weather so we could enjoy the Beauty of this Park which is full of large rocks and many petroglyphs. I totally agree with another reviewer that Luine should be better known and given more publicity.
The people who are caretakers here are extremely friendly and gave us useful directions for finding some of the oldest rock art in the park. It was the "yellow" route to Rock #6. We took many photos even though the lighting was not perfect. There are some nice views of the town of Darfo Boario Terme below.
4.5 based on 2 reviews
If you have only one place to visit on Lake Garda this is it. A fantasy land of sculpture and architecture that includes a warship. It's worthwhile to take a guided tour around the house to be told the history of this amazing place. Well worth the entrance fee
4.5 based on 656 reviews
Stayed in a villa overlooking Salo - the lake is just stunning both day and night. We drove the western shore to the top and back, stopping off in various villages for a stroll - Limone was our favourite on that side. Another day we caught the car ferry over to Torri on the eastern side and drove up to Malcesine which is beautiful too. To complete our circuit of the lake we drove along the southern shore to Sirmione, which is well worth a visit too and then on round to the eastern side stopping in Bardolino which is an old medieval city with a lovely waterfront and great ice cream parlours.
4.5 based on 315 reviews
We had booked this trip before leaving the UK, but on our chosen morning, there was torrential rain, with thunder and lightening. We emailed to cancel, and rebooked for two days later.
The weather wasn't particularly good then, but at least it was dry. It didn't detract from our visit however, and in fact added to the atmosphere during our walk through the wooded areas of the island.
The island is a 15 minute boat ride from Portese harbour, and on arrival we were divided into two groups, one English speaking, and one German speaking for the guided tour. Our guide was very good, and gave us lots of interesting information as we went round the island. The tour last about an hour and a half, and culminates with the viewing of a couple of rooms in the villa, and a drink and nibbles on the Terrace. There is also the opportunity of sampling olive oil, made on the Mainland on one of the family's enterprises.
It's a very pleasant way to spend a morning whilst staying in the Lake Garda area!
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