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The staff was very absent at this place. They had one of the worst made videos I have ever seen, which you have to watch before you go into the room with the recovered Roman paintings, which will not impress you if you have been...More
A fascinating place hidden inside the historic centre of Brescia. The grounds are free to explore and very photogenic. I didn't enter the museum but it is worth a quick visit, just for the facade. The number one thing to visit In Brescia forsure. I...More
It is a must see for those who go to Brescia, especially for those who are passionate about history and archeology. The complex was the result of Emperor Vespasiano, it is a great testimony of the Roman empire of the first century. D.C .. Declared...More
It's free to enter the site and wander at leisure up the steps. We didn't enter the museum but a short walk up the street allows free viewing of the outdoor areas at the back.
Brescia is a beautiful city and there are ample street...More
This one seemed to be getting mixed reviews here on TripAdvisor. And I think I can see why, if you’ve been to those beautifully restored theatres in Pompeii, Orange etc than this could be underwhelming.
I thought that it was nevertheless wonderfully atmospheric. It’s debatable...More
It was the first time when I saw Roman ruins. I was staying and wondering how beautiful and strong they build it and how impressed Roman culture. The level of reconstruction is perfect and the place is just in the center of a city. I...More
The Tempio Capitoline E Piazza del Foro is something you should visit while being in Brescia! It's amazing to imagine how it was back then. When you stand there it has a impact on you to think about the age of it!