For your holidays in Italy, stay at our Hotel in Mantova surrounded by historical buildings and discover the wonders of the city.
Among the hotels located in Mantua's city centre, Hotel Broletto is the only one that can perfectly combine comfort, familiarity and professionalism. Here you can fully enjoy the city's historical and artistic heritage.
Historical building of our hotel in the heart of Mantua leads you far beyond yesterday, perfectly underlining cultural, architectural and artistic heritage of the city. Thanks to beneficial location of Hotel Broletto just moments away from your room you will find a lot of things to do in Mantua.
MANTUA SIMPLY WONDERFUL
Those who arrive in Mantua are captivated by its unique, timeless allure and welcoming atmosphere. A city which enjoys a breathtaking panorama when viewed from the shores of its lakes. It appears as though it is suspended above the water, a protagonist of an almost unreal landscape, composed of a balance of history, art and nature. Mantua is a city to be visited with ample time, consideration and serenity. The city squares, passageways and cobblestone streets invite the visitor to slowly take in every one of its monuments and historic buildings in order to understand just why it has been declared by UNESCO a World Heritage Site along with the neighbouring town of Sabbioneta.
Mantua weaves history, art and culture toghether everywhere and it is surrounded by an unparalleled natural atmosphere. Unique and magical places that make Mantua simply wonderful.
MANTUA AND SABBIONETA: WORLD HERITAGE SITE
July of 2008 is the month when Mantua and neighbouring Sabbioneta where introduced to the list of World Heritage Site as a unique point of importance. Both cities enjoyed moments of great design importance during the Rinaissance. Designed and created by the same ruling family, the Gonzaga, two different but complimentary models where applied for each location. In fact, Sabbioneta is a newer city realized by Vaspasiano Gonzaga in the second half of the sixteenth century as the ideal capital for his duchy; Mantua instead presents itself as a transformation of an existing city, which changed the ancient urban configuration. Founded during the Etruscan-Roman epoch and modified in the medieval era, than to adhere to the ideals of Renassance town planning. Two cities, one unique site, a cultural heritage of the past, essential to safeguard and transmit to future generations.