Once you get to Brescia, it doesn't take much to notice how the city is an open-air history book. One of the largest Roman archaeological areas of Northern Italy, a city of art of the Mille Miglia and home of the "Pirlo" (better known as "Aperol Spritz"), in June 2011 Brescia was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site thanks to the monastic complex of San Salvatore - Santa Giulia and the archaeological area of the Capitolium. Is a town located in the middle of the Val Trompia and the Franciacorta area, a few kilometers by car from Lake Garda, it is mostly known as an industrial center and center of modernity: but the city boasts very ancient origins, numerous historical occupations and positions significant in the history of Italy.
A rich and varied economy, based on several sectors: the most important is the economy linked to the metallurgical industries and the wine production (of Franciacorta) but also the cultural one. The city is in fact very focus on the art of theater and music and is constantly active in the organization of shows and events.
For some years Brescia has also become a metropolitan city, which has favored tourism but above all has increased by far the proposals regarding the fashion sector. In fact, there are numerous single and multi-brand boutiques and fashion stores, which can satisfy anyone's requests. Arriving from the train station, the historic center is easily reachable from Via Antonio Gramsci, along which the two stores (man and woman) of ONE-OFF are located: a new luxury retail which is the result of the collaboration of two important companies in the sector, G&B Negozio and Folli Follie that in the store display collections of top or sought-after brands, but above all many limited edition collections. Still on the same street, we find a store of a completely different kind that is Frisco Shop which represents an important reality of the city for all streetwear enthusiasts and the latest underground trends.