Golden courts, paths between gastronomy and art

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Do you know that Bergamo was the court of Bartolomeo Colleoni, Brescia the court of the Lombard King, Mantua the court of Gonzaga and Cremona the court of Visconti and Sforza? Do you want to travel between the cultural and gastronomic beauties of these cities? The Bresciastory itineraries are just the thing for you. Discovering the life of the great leader Bartolomeo Colleoni and his city, where you will admire the beauty of the Upper Town, and where you will taste typical traditional products. A trip will follow in the splendid city of the last Lombard kings, an opportunity to visit some UNESCO World Heritage sites, as well as other architectural and artistic masterpieces without renouncing the pleasures of taste. The itinerary continues in the Mantua area, a must for those who love the Renaissance and good food and then will end in Cremona, where among elegant and historic buildings, churches and frescoes, you will visit the historic shop Sperlari, with its original furnishings from 1836, famous for mostarda and nougat.


Depending on the time available, the itinerary can last 2 or 4 days.

To view the details of the itinerary, information and reservations: Bresciastory Association info@bresciastory.it

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Do you know that Bergamo was the court of Bartolomeo Colleoni, Brescia the court of the Lombard King, Mantua the court of Gonzaga and Cremona the court of Visconti and Sforza? Do you want to travel between the cultural and gastronomic beauties of these cities? The Bresciastory itineraries are just the thing for you. Discovering the life of the great leader Bartolomeo Colleoni and his city, where you will admire the beauty of the Upper Town, and where you will taste typical traditional products. A trip will follow in the splendid city of the last Lombard kings, an opportunity to visit some UNESCO World Heritage sites, as well as other architectural and artistic masterpieces without renouncing the pleasures of taste. The itinerary continues in the Mantua area, a must for those who love the Renaissance and good food and then will end in Cremona, where among elegant and historic buildings, churches and frescoes, you will visit the historic shop Sperlari, with its original furnishings from 1836, famous for mostarda and nougat.


Depending on the time available, the itinerary can last 2 or 4 days.

To view the details of the itinerary, information and reservations: Bresciastory Association info@bresciastory.it

East Lombardy is the European region
of gastronomy 2017