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Getting there

Brescia is located half-way between Milan and Venice; it is well serviced by highways and trains, making it quickly accessible from all northern Italian cities.
  • By car: from Turin or Milan take highway A4 Torino Venezia up to the exit at Brescia Centro. Or alternatively, from Turin take highway A21 which allows you to avoid traffic to Milan during busy peak hours. from Venice or Verona take highway A4 towards Milan up to the exit at Brescia Centro. From Bologna, Florence or Rome take highway A1 up to Modena, continue on A22 up to Verona and then get on A4 up to Brescia Centro. From Genoa and Liguria take A7 up to Tortona and continue on A21 up to destination.

  • By train: Brescia is located on the Turin-Milan-Verona-Venice line, with frequent trains both ways. Those coming from the center or the south of Italy must usually change at Milan. The station is located in the historic center. For times please consult the Trenitalia site or call the green number 89 20 21.

  • By plane: Verona Airport "Valerio Catullo" (VRN) offers connections with major Italian and important European cities. The airport is 64 km from Brescia and is connected to Verona's train station by a shuttle service. Brescia has a small airport with low-cost flights to London's Stansted and Rome's Ciampino airports. At 45 km from Brescia you will find Milan Orio al Serio (BGY) international airport. It is Italy's first low-cost airport with many flights for Italian and European destinations. Another option would be to access the two airports in Milan and continue by train to Brescia: Malpensa (MXP) is the main airport and also has intercontinental flights, while the Linate (LIN) airport serves domestic flights and some European links.

Photos courtesy of: Provincia di Brescia – Assessorato Turismo, Comune di Brescia – Servizio Turismo

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