Museo della Città
Monastero di Santa Giulia & Basilica di San Salvatore
About 50m east of the Tempio Capitolino along Via dei Musei, cobbled Vicolo del Fontanon leads to the well-preserved ruins of a Roman...
The most impressive of Brescia’s Roman relics are the remains of the Tempio Capitolino , a Roman temple built by the Emperor Vespasian...
The Palazzo Martinengo provides a lavish backdrop for temporary art exhibitions.
Lonely Planet review
Inside the rambling Monastero di Santa Giulia & Basilica di San Salvatore complex is the Museo della Città , where artefacts from the Roman town are on show, including some intricate mosaics. The star piece of the collection is the 8th-century Croce di Desiderio, a Lombard cross encrusted with hundreds of jewels.