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DISCOVER MANTUA: Italy’s sleeping beauty city

Mantua is known as La Bella Addormentata, a sleeping beauty that hasn’t changed since the middle ages.

For 400 years this was the home of the Gonzaga family, a princely family who held a prominent role in the history of Italy and Europe from the 14th to the 18th century. They used their wealth to embellish Mantua and to promote the city’s artistic and cultural life at the highest level.

Mantua is perfectly positioned: about 40km south of the popular destinations of Lake Garda and Verona.


UNESCO World Heritage Site, Verona – the setting of Romeo and Juliet’s ill-fated romance – centuries-old,

a city that encircles the red brick and marble medieval town, stunning series of narrow streets and historic architecture,

makes Verona easily recognizable as Italy’s most romantic city.


LAKE GARDA: the glories of Italy’s largest lake

If you’re looking for a place to relax, Garda Lake is the answer: A unique spot for visitors and guests to enjoy a holiday full of relaxation, rejuvination, and joy of discovering new places. The shores of Garda are studded with pretty harbour towns, such as Sirmione.

The majestic landscape, temperate climate and flourishing vegetation (mainly olive and lemon groves, palm trees, cypresses, oleanders and orange trees), are the background to the remarkable historical and cultural remains, making this the most charming lake in Italy.