Bacchus Park

From the green hills that host Bacchus Park, it is possible to catch a glimpse of all the beauty of Rezzato, a small town in the province of Brescia steeped in history and full of masterpieces to discover. This lush green oasis full of centuries-old trees is the result of a project by the architect Marchetti in the 17th century. It was commissioned by Count Luigi Avogadro but was only built in 1775 by Count Fenaroli, after whom the villa below the park is also named.