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This is a great place to visit when in Mantua. It is a twenty minute walk from downtown, or you can take a cab or take a local bus (the TI at Sant'Andrea will tell you which bus is best). We walked and didn't regret...More
The villa is a kind of Summer estate for the refined Prince of Mantova...It is to Palazzo Ducale what Trianon was to Chateau de Versailles, a Summer retreat...
Beautiful yet simple.
Many rooms decorated with beautiful frescoes designed by Raphael's pupil, great Juilo Romano (who...More
We had a great visit to Palazzo Te.It wasn’t too busy and we were able to get good photos and not feel rushed.Paintings and frescos of a high standard and we liked the outside of the palazzo for wandering round.
This palace is about 10 minutes walks from Mantova city center and it is well worth a long visit.
It was the summer residence of the Gonzaga family, featuring wide halls and magnificent gardens and water games.
Definitely take a guided tour inside, every room...More
Mantova is a great little city off the regular Italian tourist trails. It has two impressive palazzi worth visiting - Palazzo Ducale and Palazzo Te - and they're never as busy as the various tourist attractions in Florence, Rome, Venice etc.
Palazzo Te is an...More
This place is magical. Wonderful rooms, one after another will make you walk nose up and mouth opened for a good hour.
We visited during a Tiziano + G. Richter show, and it was the cherry on top of a sweet cake.
It's worth going and visiting this palace with amazing frecoes. There is also a lovely pond with fishes in the garden. When we went, we also had the surprise to have a Titian/Richter exhibition in the palace!
I recommend palazzo Te for individual who have appreciations for art and history only. Rooms don’t have much of furniture or things to look at but if you enjoy frescos then you must visit. Fall of the Giants Is differently the masterpiece of the place...More