At the height of the Roman era the theatre of Brescia (then Brixia) could seat 15,000 spectators. The surviving ruins are now somewhat...
The jumbled Monastero di Santa Giulia and Basilica di San Salvatore is Brescia's single-most intriguing sight. Inside this rambling...
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Tempio Capitolino information
Brescia's most impressive Roman relic is this temple built by Emperor Vespasian in AD 73. Today, six Corinthian columns stand before a series of cells. Guided tours (50 minutes, hourly) reveal authentic decorations, including original coloured marble floors, altars and religious statues.
Tickets also secure admission to Brescia's nearby Roman Theatre .