The Piazza della Loggia is one of the city’s main squares and a symbol of the Brescian Renaissance and the influence of Venetian rule on Brescia. It was built in the 15th century and along its sides are a series of historical buildings such as the Palazzo della Loggia, the two Monti di Pietà and the tower with the 16th-century astronomical clock.

The Urago Mella district owes its name to the river Mella that flows to the east. Nearby are the hills of Picastello and Monte Ratto. From here the Mella cycle path passes through the Trompia Valley for 40 km. Along the river are several sites of industrial archaeology: the nearest is the Calchera di Ponte Crotte, a lime kiln.

Enjoy your ride!