Comune di Brescia tourism website: useful information about what to see and where to go.

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How to get to Brescia

Brescia is well-connected with the rest of Italy and with Europe, and is easy to get to by air or land. The city is located in the centre of the northern region of Italy.

By car
On the A4 motorway there are 3 exits for Brescia: Brescia Ovest (West), Brescia Centro (Centre) and Brescia Est (East) 

By train

The Railway Station (Stazione) is close to the city centre, just 15-20 minutes on foot to Piazza Loggia. If you prefer you can get the new subway MetroBrescia (one stop to Vittoria - city centre)
Brescia is well connected throughout Italy,  being on the Trenitalia and Italotreno railway lines. Connections to Lake Iseo and the Camonica Valley are run by TreNord.
Trenitalia tel. 892021 (toll free) 
ItaloTreno tel. 892020
Ferrovie nord tel. 199 151 152

Milan "Orio al Serio", 50 kms from Brescia: . Shuttle bus to Brescia Railway Station run by the company Autostradale 
Verona "Valerio Catullo", 60 kms from Brescia:, connections to Brescia by train and shuttle bus
Milan Linate "Forlanini", 100 kms from Brescia: connections to Brescia by train and shuttle bus

Local transport
Brescia is connected with its province, Lake Garda and many nearby towns by a large bus network. See also Muoversi in Lombardia. The bus stations in Brescia are located just outside the Railway Station:
Autostazione bus terminal, via Solferino 6 -  tel. +39 030 44915        
Sia bus terminal, v.le Stazione 14 - tel. +39 030 3774237        

Tourist Bus
The passenger pick up / drop off  tourist bus terminal is located in Largo Torrelunga, very close to the central Piazzale Arnaldo, while tourist buses are parked between via Pietro Nenni and via Ugo La Malfa