A lively and cosmopolitan city made for man, it is one of the major economic centers in Italy. Every season of the year it hosts artistic and cultural initiatives such as exhibitions and music and theater festivals. It is famous for the medieval Castle, offering a magnificent panorama of the whole city, and for the Museum of Santa Giulia, a renowned museum center in a monastic complex of Longobardian origin. Extending over an exhibition area of 14,000 square meters, the museum allows a trip through the history, art and spirituality of Brescia.
Trento e il MART
This avant-garde city, a perfect example of a blend of progress and tradition, has attained visibility at the European level through the creation of the MART.
The new Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art of Trento and Rovereto, which was quickly able to achieve a presence both at the national and international level, boasts a permanent collection of more than fifteen thousand works of the most influential artists of the 1900s, in addition to many temporary exhibitions offered periodically in the various spaces.
The city of love, and more. It is also the city of the Arena, site of the Lyric Festival and Vinitaly. Verona is a lively and eclectic city. Rich in art and history, it charms thousands of tourists every year with its palazzos and piazzas. This marvelous, unique city was immortalized by Shakespeare’s pen.
In this city that is the envy of the entire world, every corner boasts a little architectural treasure: Piazzas San Marco, the Basilica and the Palazzo Ducale, the Rialto Bridge and the Bridge of the Sighs, just to give a few examples. Venice also offers its visitors dozens of museums and exhibitions: among the most interesting areas are the Biennial complex, an important cultural and artistic center, the Peggy Guggenheim collection, and the Museum of the Accademia.