The Blog 2017-12-05T12:49:37+00:00

THE BLOG

HARRY AND MEGHAN, VISIT MANTUA!

March 27th, 2018|

As the world is getting excited for a new upcoming Royal Wedding, VISITMANTUA is going to launch a new royal promotion. In May 2018, VISITMANTUA will mark the occasion of the wedding of His Royal Highness Prince Harry and Ms. Meghan Markle by offering a 50% discount to every couple of clients that includes a person named as the Prince or his fiancée (Harry/Henry or Meghan). [...]

GET YOUR FREE POSTCARD FROM MANTUA

February 27th, 2018|

Here at VISITMANTUA we are going crazy... we want to promote our town, but also award our Instagram followers. So, here's our brand new promotion: every week you'll have a chanche to get a free postcard from Mantua. [...]

CALL IT BY ITS NAME: “MANTOVA” OR “MANTUA”?

February 20th, 2018|

Dozens of stories go around about that couple of foreign visitors lost in Firenze, desperately looking for “Florence”. It’s an old joke, known in many different variants: sometimes they are in Venezia, looking for “Venice” or in Napoli, searching “Naples”. [...]

SEE YOU AT BIT 2018!

February 6th, 2018|

On 12th and 13th February 2018, VISITMANTUA will be at BIT, the International Tourism Exchange in Milan, one of the most important Travel Trade shows in Italy. This will be the occasion to present our tour proposals and the full range of our VIP services. [...]

MANTUA A MAP FOR LOVERS

February 3rd, 2018|

Are you going to spend your St. Valentine's day in Mantua? Here you have a map of the town with four not to be missed romantic venues! Enjoy your visit and don't forget our special February promotion: 50% discount on every guided tour.

“TORTA DI SAN BIAGIO”

January 30th, 2018|

On the hills of the northern province of Mantua, at a stone's throw from Lake Garda, there is a little village named Cavriana (literally "Goat-ville"). And, as in Italy every place has its own traditional recipe, also this little village has its own special cake, named after the local patron Saint: the "Torta di San Biagio" (Cake of Saint Blaise). [...]