To enjoy a great big Italian holiday, head straight and stay in holiday apartments in Brescia province this time around. Staying in Brescia province will put you in the middle of Lombardy region in Italy’s northern portion. Since there is plenty of types of Brescia holiday accommodation to choose from, you can be sure to find something completely suited to your requirements. The capital of this province will also afford you plenty of province Brescia holiday accommodation and you can enjoy the picturesque commune of Brescia which rests at the base of the Alps. Consider the fact that this town is known as the Lioness of Italy, thanks to the 1849 anti-Austria uprising, and you know you are in for a historic treat! So use the time in holiday apartments in Brescia to look around this town and walk around its Square. The Forum Square is home to a Corinthian Temple complex. You can also walk around the Piazza della Loggia when you stay in the holiday accommodation in Brescia.
Holiday accommodation in Brescia - get to know this lovely part of Italy
There are plenty of old churches in the province of Brescia and one of them is the very aptly named “Old Cathedral”. It is remarkable because it is a round structure and you will be delighted by the artwork contained within. Staying in the Brescia apartments will also give you a chance to walk through the Town Hall, which is a huge building dating back to the 12th century. You can stay in holiday accommodation in Brescia all over the province and take in sights such as the hilly terrain of Darfo Boario Terme and the valleys of Lumezzane. Staying in the comfortable holiday apartments in Brescia will also give you a chance to walk around in such diverse terrain and commune with nature. For instance, the Lake Garda, which borders the town of Salo, is a calming sight.
Holiday homes in Brescia offer you a lot of space and convenience
Desenzano del Garda is another commune that you can visit when you stay in the Brescia accommodation of your choice. This commune is home to a number of churches and an archaeological museum. Walking around in this little commune is a pleasure since there are lovely shops and eating places. Your time in the apartments in Brescia can be divided between the many communes and/or towns in this province. Do not miss an opportunity to look at the town hall in Rezzato. There is also the Villa Fenaroli, which is set in some very scenic landscape. Use the time in the Brescia accommodations to also go to Gardone Val Trompia, which is known for its connection to the firearms and ammunition industry! The cathedral in Chiari is also worth a visit for its strikingly tall tower and wonderful façade.
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