Quality Hotel Continental Brescia
Via Martiri della Liberta 267
Phone: (39) 030 2582721
Fax: (39) 030 2583108
All you need to do to create an avant-garde place, according to the latest trends, is to renovate a loft or an abandoned factory. And what a place this is! It's slightly minimalist, slightly futuristic, slightly post-industrial, slightly hi-tech, and its difficult to tell where one ends and the other begins. The lights, or shadows, make the atmosphere dark in a 1980s style and you can just make out people dancing to trendy music. They also offer the chance to catch a theatrical performance or even watch one of the numerous events that take place here, from catwalk shows to theater.
This place could be in the tropics. It's actually in Brescia, but it is easy to get confused. All the furnishings and the atmosphere are reminiscent of the beautiful scenery of the oceanic islands. It is a bar, a restaurant and a disco, open all day long offering Mediterranean cuisine and a good wine cellar. However, it really gets exciting here at night when you can dance to the sounds of the expert, trendy DJs and sip your favorite drinks. Music includes commercial and pop rock and they also have karaoke.
This bar, located in Piazza Paolo VI has a strange title, to point out to passers-by that it is much more than a simple bar where clients gulp down a coffee and a cornet. In fact, the furnishings are modern, welcoming and calm, the central arch made of stone and the walls covered with pictures of women on the wall make this an ideal location for those who want to take a break from the daily chaos and frenzy outside, while enjoying a drink or eating one of the many cold dishes on offer, but this is also a place for the more "cheerful" who want to drink a cocktail and to chat with each other until the wee small hours (although this can only happen on Friday and Saturday evenings)
One of a kind, this welcoming and elegant bistro has warm colors and since 1972 it has been located in of the four corners of Piazza Paolo VI, one of the most beautiful squares in the center of Brescia. The bistro has two floors, upstairs is a Romantic American cocktail and wine bar, we recommend that you try the Tokay Pinot Grigio Alsaziano. The restaurant is on the lower floor it seats 95, and serves good, traditional cuisine: Worth trying: trout filet in extra virgin olive oil wrapped in herb breadcrumbs. There is a mixed clientele and the restaurant lends itself well to a business dinner, a Romantic tête à tête, or a farewell celebration. The wine list is of a high standard, with wines from France and Italy.
In the station area, this place has all kinds of train accessories and gadgets as well as a wagon restaurant that offers a wide menu. There is also a large, central bar with a range of drinks. The rest of the place is given over to dancing and it can hold around a thousand people although there are usually more people here, so don't come too late. They play commercial, disco, Latin and soul-rock music and sometimes have live bands. Entrance is free, but you must buy drinks while you are there.
This place has been made to look like a Las Vegas casino, which has a bit of everything. It is definitely a dance club, but there is something here for all tastes. There is revival music, disco and Latin rhythms, as well as live music. This is the Brescian temple of dance, and they also offer a chance to rent rooms for private parties, meetings and conventions or for fun theme evenings.
A nightclub for all ages and all tastes. There are three large dance floors, each playing different kinds of music: there are disco tracks, popular with the young, Latin American, which is popular with all ages. There is also ballroom dancing, which attracts all kinds of people, and seems to have a special fascination for the younger generation. There is also an orchestra to play some of the favorite old-time tunes. There are plenty of dance instructors, entertainers and special theme evenings. The place to go to have a ball!
This club attracts young people from Brescia and beyond. Its fame is due to the four large dance floors, the DJs but above all, the layout of the club: there are fountains, bridges, a park, a swimming pool, eight bars, DJs and lights. Each floor plays different types of music. One is a ballroom with a live orchestra, another has commercial music on Fridays and techno/ commercial on Saturdays; the third floor has revival and Latin American music, with a live band on Saturday; the last floor is totally Latin American music. On Sundays, Number One opens in the afternoon for special events.
De VIL is a clubber's paradise. The suave and fashionable club has crowds grooving to the best DJs and club music.
Progress is the spirit of art: this should be the Art Club's motto, a very extravagant, special place. With a trendy clientele, it is, above all, a place where there is freedom of expression: gay, straight and bisexuals mix here in an explosive atmosphere of music and images. The music ranges from house to commercial to live music. There is plenty of unusual entertainment, in keeping with the rest of the place. Both parking and the coat check are free of charge.
From February to December one of Italy's most renowned clubs opens up and is considered a real 'temple of entertainment.' At SestoSenso you can dance to the latest commercial and house music mixed by expert DJs. There are also plenty of special evenings organized on various themes, popular among the smart, young party people who go there. These are the times when you can even dance with a few celebrities.
You can dance until you drop at Capital, but that's not all. It's divided into three rooms, the main one allowing you to listen to the latest sounds. Then there is an area for live shows, music and cabaret - entertainment on a stage that has been graced with the presence of many a star. Finally, there is the area for Latin American music, which has proved popular here for many a year. Evenings are fun, filled with cocktails and dancing.