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Beautiful architecture in this beautiful renaissance town. It's very small but an absolute gem of a town. The staff of the museum are really friendly and helpful and you can visit all the sights easily in an afternoon. Great location for instagram shots!!!
One walks into it almost seamlessly from the Palazzo Giardino. A beautiful example of Renaissance architecture, both inside and outside. Longer than the Mirror Gallery in Versailles, once devoted to VG's marble collection and now empty of it, it still retains all of the grandeur...More
I think the Duke had a sense of humor, there are a lot of intriguing features in the frescos, such as, the angel peeing from above the doorway. As with all the other Sabbioneta attractions this is top class and well worth visiting. It's also...More
Ridiculous Sabbioneta is not listed at the top of Mantua Province top destinations!
Beside being an UNESCO Heritage Site the small town is unique in its offering a coherent, unspoiled and well preserved Renaissance architecture.
Somehow, but not surprisingly very little 'lively' it could do...More
It isn't easy to answer the question above. In fact, Italy has, among others, the beautiful baroque planned cities of Eastern Sicily, rebuilt after the 1693 earthquake.
Yet I am inclined to attribute to Sabbioneta the first place, for the very reason that has determined...More