B&B Hotel Mantova
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- High-speed internet in room
- TV Channel One Russia
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
TripAdvisor Reviews B&B Hotel Mantova San Giorgio di Mantova
Travel Blogs from San Giorgio di Mantova
... dinner one night...and about now I should mention that the weather has been a little warm with most days in the v high 30's. Quite uncomfortable - even on the beach.
Other short trips in the early evening to St Jean Cap Ferrat and Turbie were fab
I must make special mention of Eze. This was our base and it is a cute little town but it is very steep. Ten minutes to the beach ...
... like the middle of nowhere. As it turns out if you take the direct route it's only a 10 minute drive to Lake Garda. So armed with 2 maps from the delightful Moreno we headed to Milralago for a lovely dinner with fantastic views. From the restaurant Jago spotted 2 football pitches, AC Garda. So the boys had a kick around and I went to check out the nearby pool. Then we drove to ...
... is still in use). There were many steps to get to the top, but it was well worth the view! Italian cities are beautiful from every angle. On our way back into town we walked across the Ponte Pietra bridge. We also found a great place in Piazza Bra for afternoon drinks and relaxed for an hour or two watching the action around the ...
We spent this day getting to know Verona and its attractions. Our place was a nice modern apartment, and walking around the city was easy because of its central location.
After an early lunch we walked to Juliet's balcony; I'd say it's worth seeing to say that you have, but after looking for a few minutes you will probably just want to leave because of the tourists. Next we walked into Piazza Erbe in ...
We left about 9 am for a 39 km loop around the Mantova district. First stop was a small town Grazie which is home to a beautiful church with many superb carvings inside. No pictures allowed but there were some graphic sculptures of the fate of sinners. We then cycled through more farming country before stopping at Rivalta. We visited the small museum of the Mincio River that ran past the town. After a nasty gravel section to avoid travelling on busy ...