Hotel Italia

Piazza Cavallotti 8, Mantova, Lombardy, 46100, Italy
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The Mayor's PalaceThe Mayor's Palace

Another view of the Ducale Palace.Another view of the Ducale Palace.

Virgilio's statueVirgilio's statue

Courtyard within the Palazzo DucaleCourtyard within the Palazzo Ducale

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Parma to Mantova bus

by naudeej

Hi, Is there a busservice from Parma to Mantova or to Verone?

Re: Parma to Mantova bus

by Venelin

I did not find any bus route between Parma and the other two cities. Considering that the train takes about 1:30 to 2 hours at the price of 5 euro to Mantova and that the connections are quite frequent during the day, a bus connection is hardly needed. Check the trains here:

Hope this helps

Re: Parma to Mantova bus

by Ina08

As the previous poster mentioned the train will be the best option to both Mantova and Verona. There are various lines, some even going directly to Mantova without changing, others via Piadena or Modena.

There might be the possibility of a bus, but it will be longer, more complicated and more expensive.

Re: Parma to Mantova bus

by cgf

by bus you could go to Sabbioneta o Viadana and from there take an other bus to Mantova. It's better go by train unless you have time.

Re: Parma to Mantova bus

by Manara

Until a couple of years ago there were direct buses between Parma and Mantova, but not any more. It's because more people now are using the train.

There are still buses from Parma to Viadana, and from there one can catch a bus to Mantova, but the timetables are not convenient. As the other posters have recommended, it is far better to take the train.

Travel Tips for Mantova


by martina.liberati

Il fatto di essere un acitt? molto piccola spesso porta ad essere ignorata dagli stessi italiani... Ma le opportunit? non mancano: dalla corsa storica delle Mille Miglia al Festival della letteratura... non ? facile descrivere tutto, quindi se siete interessati vi consiglio di dare un'occhiata al sito dove oltre a notizie storiche e ad informazioni pratiche su traffico e parcheggi troverete tutti gli ultimi eventi da non perdere!
Being a small city means not to be known even by Italians!
We have a lot to offers from car races to literature festivals... to describe them here would be very difficult: they're so amazing!

If you want to spend a few minutes, visit the web site

Piazza delle Erbe (Vegetable market)

by prleprle

The Rotunda of St. Lawrence was built by the Countess Matilde of Canossa and stands on the eastern side of Piazza delle Erbe. It dates back to the end of the 11th century and has a circular plan. Next to it is Clock tower. On the eastern side of "Piazza delle Erbe" stands The Palace of Judgment builded at 1250. Not shown on the photo is The "Palazzo del Podestà" also called Broletto Palace erected at 1227.

Arco dell'Arengario

by croisbeauty

The original layout of the Arco dell'Arengario dates to the early 14th century and it was built to connect the Palazzo della Podesta with the Palazzo del Massaro where the administartor of the City's property resided.
In Palazzo del Massaro there are rooms decorated with heraldic devices of Gianfrancesco Gonzaga.

Mantova, Italy

by geismom

"The Ducale Palace"

This Palace was certainly worth touring. It is loaded with artwork, and alot of history explained!
We actually toured it towards the end of the day. No one was there, and we could really enjoy the surroundings.
You may want to take some sort of tour book with you, however, to aid in explaining the various exhibits.
There is a very nice bathroom just in back of the bookstore.

"Teatro Bibiena"

This is a theater in town where Mozart performed once.
There is a small admittance fee. Children under 17 are free, so make certain to note that.
The attendant only takes small change, so be prepared upon entering.
You can stay at your leisure once inside.

"Saint Lorenzo"

This is a very old church, dating back to the 13th century. It is very sparse on the inside. There is a free-will offering collected upon entering the small interior.


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Address: Piazza Cavallotti 8, Mantova, Lombardy, 46100, Italy