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Located in Sabbioneta, Albergo Al Duca offers 3-star accommodations with a bar. Featuring a restaurant, the 3-star hotel has air-conditioned rooms with free WiFi, each with a private bathroom. Lovely hotel in a historic building within the city walls of Sabbioneta. The room was large, comfortable, and quiet, with a nice, if understated, view out of the window. Breakfast was not particularly varied, but tasty. The staff were very welcoming. All in all, a great experience.
Offering views of the garden, HOUSE SABBIONETA is set in Sabbioneta. Free WiFi is offered and free private parking is available on site. The Atena Bakery makes among the best croissants we´ve ever tasted. Everything in that store is outstanding, including the efficiency and "simpatia" of its owner, Sig. Francesca. The B & B´s WC was the size of a ball room ! Plus the washing machine! Melissa was very helpful. Room was great, silent, & clean
Offering free Wi-Fi, this ecological hotel features a stylish Apulian restaurant and modern rooms with a private bathroom. Casalmaggiore town center is 1.2 mi away. We loved the attitude of the staff! Very friendly, family-like, extremely helpful and caring. We were cycling, and it was absolutely no problem to store our bicycles during our stay. Also, the dinner in the restaurant located right in the accommodation was simply excellent! We recommend it big times to everybody, who is looking for a place to relax and enjoy a wonderful meal :).
Featuring rustic-style rooms, Ostello Breda offers free bicycle rental and a garden with free BBQ facilities. The property is located in a rural area 1.2 mi outside Rivarolo del Re ed Uniti. We are surprised with hospitality,the old lady is so kind,nice,warm person,when she saw us she give us better larger room,she do everything with smile on her face,we have grat brekfast,big room with kamin,nice ned ,piece.I dont have a word for this place and this lady.I kindly recomended this place.
B&b il bijou is set in Casalmaggiore, 14 mi from Parma and 22 mi from Mantova. Each room at this bed and breakfast is air conditioned and is equipped with a TV. Location is ideally placed close to centre of town. Had bfast included but also access to a kitchen for drinks and other meals if I had needed. Felt quite safe and room was quiet.
This 'perfect Renaissance town' is an okay spot to see if you're driving by, but I would not suggest going out of your way to see this village halfway between Mantova and Parma. But hey, if you ever find yourself cruising along SP420, it's probably worth a quick stopover.
great place to visit for the day, I stayed overnight before hand and there are a good choice of restaurants, bars and a pizza takeaway. my visit coincided witha bank holiday so during the day the centre was pedestrianised allowing folks to roam freely. the garden and ducale palaces were worth of a visit as too the various churches, synagogue and theatre. if there was one thing missing for a town with it's walls still intact, it was that there was no wall walk path which seems a real shame and a missed opportunity.
Sabbioneta deserves its place on the UNESCO list of World Heritage sites. This small but astonishing city is worth every second you stay there. There are wonderful in-city places to stay that offer parking. The city is small enough to walk everywhere. The town offers a ticket to all the major sites and they are open all day. The restaurants are great and the people are lovely. You need three days to have a leisurely tour of all the wonderful building and artwork. The Teatro all'antica must be seen to be believed. VISIT SABBIONETA!!!
Sabbioneta is a village with three interesting sites and numerous churches. In August it is very calm, almost no traffic, not many tourists. You don't need to stay there more than a day unless you wish to enjoy the village ambiance for a bit longer. It's a really "cool" place even at the height of summer.
Sabbioneta is an amazing place not too be missed.But 1/2 day is enough!We had great difficulty finding a restaurant open on a Tuesday evening. In fact the 3 places recommended by the hotel were all closed and she didn't know that! We ended up having to take our car to find a place. On the other hand we discovered a lovely little place for a quick lunch the next day: home made salads and snacks + a lot of natural products,all served with a smile.
I ended up staying at Guilia Gonzaga at the spur of the moment; I got stuck in Sabbioneta because there were no more buses going the direction I wanted to go until the next morning. I was looking for a cheap, convenient spot to spend the night, and this albergo fit the bill perfectly. It was right in the middle of the historic center, across the street from the Palazzo del Giardino as well as a restaurant (which was unfortunately closed on Thursdays) The room was small but comfortable enough, and perfectly suited my needs.
A three star hotel in the walled city of Sabbioneta. The room was comfortable and the breakfast was excellent, with grana cheese and ham. For the first time in ages I was served true caffe latte, hot milk and hot coffee in two different pots. Fresh fruit, cereals and patisserie. The hotel is housed in an historic building and a knight in armour keeps guard over reception