In the lap of the Alps, Brescia is a city in the Lombardy region of northern Italy where myths abound of Hercules, Altilia (the other Ilium) and the Etruscans. Having a life of over 3,200 years, it was born pre-Roman times and has some of the best-preserved Roman public buildings and monuments, medieval castles cathedrals and piazzas.
Nicknamed the "Lioness of Italy" it is the home of Italian caviar and the original production area of Franciacorta wine. It is the beginning and the end of the prestigious "Mille Miglia" car race and has a natural bounty of nature's beauty in the surrounding area of Lake Garda, the Val Camonica and the Iseo Lake.
The cradle of violins, indeed various string instruments, UNESCO heritage listed sites galore of monasteries, churches, even a Capitoline Temple built in the 1st Century BC where you will see the original mosaic floors and wall frescoes. There are museums to whet the appetite of any historical buff for further abundant fossicking. Think of those hours spent studying ancient history and you will be able to experience it first hand: marble floors, ancient Roman epigraphs, Corinthian columns, the list goes on. It is a private nirvana where you can virtually play "Raiders of the Lost Arc" without the inconvenience of living in those times.
Milan is 45 minutes away by train with Venice and Florence only a mere 2 hours away. It is a brilliant town to base yourself in, if you wish to explore the area.
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