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Verona: Bike and Rafting tour
"We will visit Verona on our bikes: its city center its famous monuments and squares as well as its hidden and less known streets and alleys.We will ride on the streets by the river Adige to enjoy the river from above and see the bridges under which we will raft afterwards: Ponte Pietra a Roman bridge Ponte di Castelvecchio Ponte della Vittoria. After a break in the neighborhood called San Zeno to enjoy the view of the majestic Romanesque cathedral and to have a little snack we will cycle to the dock where our rafting adventure starts.There we will leave our bikes and descend on the river. The easy descent on the rafting boat is an unusual and original way to enjoy the charm of the city
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Verona Private Full-day Tour from Lake Garda
"Departure from your hotel on Lake Garda to visit Verona. Verona was taken over by the Roman Empire in the First Century AD and many Roman-era ruins have been preserved notably the Arena (which is in the same style as Rome's Colisseum). Most of the historical sights however date from the past 800 years. Verona offers a golden opportunity to see the transition of Western European art from late-Medieval to early-Renaissance styles with its rich offering of 12-Century churches and art museums. It is also known as the town of Love thanks to the story of Romeo and Juliet. Your walking tour of Verona begins; the Arena an enormous spectacular Roman amphitheatre
From EUR405.00
 
Verona Bike Tour
"Head to Verona's Castelvecchio in the morning to meet your guide and collect your bike. Learn about this important medieval castle a testament to Verona's strong military history before embarking on your easy 3-hour ride through the city. Discover Verona's main attractions and lesser-known sites as you pedal down medieval streets along ancient city walls and through picturesque squares and courtyards. Listen to your guide's tales about Verona's remarkable urban structure and architecture that has been outstandingly preserved over thousands of years lending to its status as a UNESCO World Heritage site.Pedal past popular Verona attractions including the historical Arsenale building the Roman arched bridge of Ponte Pietra and two ancient Roman theaters: Verona Arena and the Roman Theatre of Verona. Relive the story of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet at Juliet’s House where hundreds of thousands of visitors come to see the balc pedal up to Castel San Pietro (St Pietro's Castle) to enjoy sweeping views of Verona. Then
From EUR35.00

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Piazza Sordello

Piazza Sordello was named after Sordello da Goito who was a poet living in Mantova in the XIII century. It is the largest square in Mantova. This square was built in 1330 after several old houses...
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Piazza delle Erbe

This is another square surrounded by ancient buildings. Piazza delle Erbe; herbs' square. It is bordered by Palazzo del Podestà; built in the XII century and restored in the 1400. Near this palace...
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Mantua canals, another Venice of Italy

Mantua (or Mantova) is built at the bend in a river and like many places around the globe they took advantage to bring the water into their city. Here, like in Venice they have canals and if you have...
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Martin_S.
Mar 18, 2014

Saint Peters Cathedral of Mantua

While we did not have time in our whirlwind tour of Mantua to enter the Cathedral, thought I would enter it for the information so the next traveler could make it inside.Some information at...
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Martin_S.
Aug 22, 2013

Basilica of Saint Andrea

Once again used the wikipedia for information here in Mantua, the link is here,http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Basilica_of_Sant%27Andrea,_Mantuathat is if you would like more history and photos.What...
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Martin_S.
Aug 22, 2013

Rotunda de Saint Lorenzo

When we walked into the central square we saw this small building that looked out of place, or out of time with the buildings surrounding it. Since this was not a planned trip, but rather a surprise...
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Martin_S.
Aug 22, 2013
 
 
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one of the most romantic cities in my country

Beautiful things to see and do in Mantua:Palazzo TèPalazzo DucaleSant'Andrea churchPiazza Sordello, Piazza delle ErbeShopping among old palaces in the old townLiterature Festival every year in...
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Apr 18, 2011

Planning your visit to Mantova

This is a little city with all attraction concentrated in small central area of the old town= 1/4-1/8 of it inside walls. So, you don't need more than 3-4 hour to view them all.Take this...
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boriska_il
Apr 18, 2008

Unique, Hidden "Gems"

The great thing about Mantova (Mantua) is that if you just walk, you will discover many hidden "gems" such as the one in the picture of the grotesque fountain. What a "hoot" When we stumbled upon it,...
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deecat
Apr 26, 2005

Famous people

Mantova has rich cultural and artistic heritage. It’s a town of famous Countess Matilde di Canossa, Isabella d’Este, Publio Virgilio Marone, Andrea Mantegne and others. Old part of town has a lot of...
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Sep 20, 2002

Top Hotels in Mantova

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Piazza Concordia 14, Mantova, Lombardy, 46100, Italy
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Strada Ghisiolo 6, Mantova, 46100, Italy
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Corso Garibaldi 32, Mantova, Lombardy, 46100, Italy
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Via S.Cognetti De Martiis,1, Mantova, 46100, Italy
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Via Bachelet, 18, San Giorgio, Mantova, Lombardy, 46030, Italy
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Piazza Don Leoni 24, Mantova, Lombardy, 46100, Italy
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Top Things to Do in Mantova

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Palazzo Ducale

This narrow corridor exists in the Old part of the palace since XV century when it was just usual passageway. During beginning of XVII century Antonio Maria Viany who as responsible for the...
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Cathedral - Duomo di San Pietro

Duomo of San Pietro Cathedral was built in 1395-1401 during the rule of Gonzaga Family in Mantua. We don’t know how was looking like previous cathedral we only know that before previous cathedral was...
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St George's Castle

Castello di San Giorgio or the Castle of Saint George was built on the ruins of the church of Santa Maria di Capo di Bove. Construction continued from 1395 and was accomplished in 1406. It was...
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Basilica di Sant'Andrea

First church existed at this place since 804 A. D. where here was found the soil soaked with the blood of our Lord Jesus Christ by Roman Centurion Longinus who was present at Crucifixion and collected...
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Chiesa di San Francesco

Chiesa di San Francesco or Church of Saint Francis of Assisi is my favorite church in Mantua. Church was founded by Franciscan monks in 1305 although their house existed at that place several decades...
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Rigoletto

Well, as anybody knows Rigoletto is the fictional character from the Giuseppe Verdi Opera “Rigoletto” written in 1851. I’m not going to rehearse that well known opera. According to libretto,...
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Odiseya

"Mantova in 2014"
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croisbeauty

"Mantova"
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oriettaIT

"Mantova"
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"City Full Of Art, Churches, Palazzos, and Lakes"
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martina.liberati

"Mantova: a little lost paradise"
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