Recently opened Wine & Cocktail Bar, this spot is already considered one of the best in the city. The Foyer is located in the Carmine district, main area of Brescia's nightlife. We recommend his Spicy-P, a Tanqueray cocktail enriched with a rich citrus sherbet.
PIRLERIA DA ELDA
Historic bar in the characteristic Carmine neighborhood, for those visiting Brescia an happy hour with a Pirlo in this place is a real must. Known as local Spritz, the Pirlo it is a cocktail prepared with white wine, Campari and sparkling water, garnished with orange slices. Don’t forget that together with your drink you will also get delicious bruschetta!
OSTERIA AL BIANCHI
The Osteria Al Bianchi is a guarantee among the city's restaurants, and the fact that it is constantly crowded proves it pretty well. The perfect place to try the rich local cuisine (casoncelli with Parmesan is a must you absolutely have to try) in an informal and warm environment. The menu changes daily even though some cult dishes are often available (if not always).
IL BIONDO GELATERIA
Historical Ice-cream shop funded in 1935 with a constantly evolving tastes assortment. A must for those who want to try a very good ice cream in the streets of the center. It’s worth trying the so called Spumoni, frozen cookies filled with ice-cream and nougat drops.
SHOPPPING AT BOYSLOFT/APPARTAMENTO 28
Born in 1998, Boysloft store is a meeting point for young people who love high end streetwear, music and design. A modern trends container with a unique brand mix ranging from iconic labels like Acne Studios to more emerging talents.
There you can also Appartamento 28, a workshop for up coming designers in which Golden Goose was launched with its first corner.
EATING DOLCE NOTTE'S PISTACCHIO BOMBS
The ideal for those who want to eat something very tasty in the middle of the night, this 24-hour pastry shop will make your mouth water with its croissants and other delicacies for all tastes, including gluten free.
DISCOVERING UNDERGROUND BRESCIA
The city of Brescia is crossed, in the subsoil, by rivers, ancient canals and historic irrigation ditches: a labyrinth to be discovered for those who love secret and abandoned places in an unusual journey full of surprises. You can book a tour with a local guide!
Brescia offers an amazing city centre and a plethora of historical squares, symbols of the city’s glorious past. The most beautiful town square is Piazza della Loggia, class 1433, dominated by the Palazzo della Loggia on which stands its 16th century astronomical clock.
The Capitolium is a Roman Temple, UNESCO site since 2012 built under the emperor Vespasian in 73 BC. What’s surprising about this construction is that it remained buried by an earthquake in the Middle Age and what we see today is the result of a recovery work carried out since 1823, which brought it back to light giving us an important testimony of life in the roman period.
Among the oldest theaters in Italy we find the National Theater of Brescia, which with its four centuries history, hosted internationally renowned artists, opera singers and dancers. A magic experience you need to try if you are an opera enthusiast.