Famous for its medieval Castle, for which it is possible to enjoy a magnificent panorama over the entire city, and for the Museum of Santa Giulia, renowned museum center in a monastic complex of Longobardian origin, the city of Brescia represents one of the most important economic centers of Italy. During the entire year, this cosmopolitan city hosts many initiatives of artistic and cultural nature, such as exhibits and music and theater festivals.
Trento, through the performance of the MART of Rovereto, has obtained visibility at the European level, in a short time becoming the perfect example blending progress and tradition.
The new Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art of Trento and Rovereto, in fact, boasts a permanent collection of more than fifteen thousand works of the most influential artists of the Twentieth century, in addition to the many temporary exhibits that periodically are arranged in its spaces.
Here, every year, the fabulous Arena hosts the prestigious Lyric Festival that attracts thousands of fans from around the world. But Verona is also the city of Vinitaly, the now renowned event with experts and visitors who have made wine their credo. Verona is, thus, a lively and eclectic city: a unique and marvelous city, made immortal by Shakespeare’s pen.
Every corner, every alley of Venice guards a little architectural treasure: Piazza San Marco, the Basilica and the Palazzo Ducale, the Rialto Bridge and the Bridge of the Sighs; these are precious treasures that the whole world envies. But Venice also offers its visitors dozens of museums and exhibits; among the most interesting places are the Biennale complex, the Peggy Guggenheim collection and the Museo della Accademia.