Sabbioneta, is a UNESCO World Heritage site. It is a walled city with the Palazzo Giardino in the center which was free to visit when we arrived. It is filled with many empty faded rooms. The palazzo and the other town center buildings surround a large grassy square, which was filled with visiting school kids who, after their tour of... 更多
...as part of a guided tour of Sabbioneta, I visited Vespasiano Gonzaga's private palace and enjoyed the beautiful frescoes ... Sabbioneta should be a must on anyone's travels to Italy and Palazzo Giardino is one of the highlights....
The only reason why i visited this city is because it is enlisted on the UNESCOs world heritage list...but when we got there...it was like a ghost town...nothing much to see...there are many other places in italy that deserves to be enlisted...such a disappointment...the palace is the only interesting thing to see
Why doesn't anyone come to Sabbioneta?! This is my 4th visit. In the middle of the tourist season when all the other Italian hotspots are groaning under the weight of the world's tourists, Sabbioneta is so quiet, the hotels can barely keep going. Go and support their tourism, you will not regret it! This palace is fabulous, inside and out.... 更多