In1921 the poet G. D’Annunzio went to see the  Cargnacco villa  which had been taken away in 1918 by the tax inspector  of Brescia to pay for the debts  from the First World War .The poet decided to buy this villa where it was possible to keep his relics from the First World War  .He  donated this villa to the Italian people  and renamed it the Vittoriale .The architect Maroni transformed the villa and gardens  and today it is possible to see the house of the poet called “Prioria” .The different relics from the First  World War are displayed there ,for example the prow of the ship Puglia  ,the airplane of the flight over Vienna  ,the cars Fiat Tipo 4 and  Torpedo Isotta Fraschini  used to reach Fiume  and the Mausoleum Opening hours  

Opening hours of the garden
every day  October-March  9.00-5.00   
April-September 8.30-8.00   
Opening hours of the house(Prioria)
October-March   Tuesday –Sunday 9.00-1.00 /2.00-5.00
April-September  Tuesday-Sunday 9.30-7.00   

Entrance fee

The garden  Full price €7.00 
Reduced price €5.00  years 18-25  over 65  schools , one free ticket every 25 paxThe house and the garden
Full price € 12.00  
Reduced price €8.00  years 7-18  over 65  schools