Reduced entrance ticket
Perched on a hill overlooking the town, Brescia’s castle is one of Italy’s most striking fortifications and the second largest in Europe; evidence of its various rulers may still be seen today. The central keep, surrounding walls and drawbridge date to the Visconti domination, while the massive bastions and monumental entrance were built under the Republic of Venice, which governed the city for more than four centuries. A protagonist of Brescia's Dieci Giornate revolt against the Austrians, today it is one of the town's most evocative areas. Following the paths, you will also discover eclectic features such as one of the town's oldest and best vineyards nestled on the hillside, Roman remains (cisterns and a temple), a Romanesque bell tower, and even a 1909 locomotive.
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