La Masseria restaurant is looking forward to welcoming you to taste traditional Mantua dishes

At La Masseria you can dine in the fabulous rooms with frescoes created during the first half of the 1400s, probably the work of students in the Pisanello school.

The oldest and most famous fresco shows a view of Mantua as it was around 1433. The vault also displays the coat of arms of Giovan Francesco Gonzaga, Marquis of Mantua and Prince of the Holy Roman Empire.

La Masseria is the ideal location for cultural presentations, company dinners and private parties. With our staff you can organize buffet aperitifs, graduation or birthday parties in rooms of different sizes and characteristics.

Besides the large rooms for groups, La Masseria also has smaller rooms for romantic evenings by candlelight.

The rooms in La Masseria often host concerts, art shows and cultural events.

Browse the book with the history of the Mantua Masseria

Mantova

A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Mantua still has the same charm it did during the era of the Gonzaga family, who made it famous throughout Europe as a true Italian Renaissance capital.

Home of the poet Virgil, Mantua offers major cultural events such as the Literature Festival and Segni d’Infanzia, the international festival for a new generation.

Don’t miss a visit to the Palazzo Ducale, the ancient Gonzaga palace, a fabulous architectural complex that covers a surface area of about 34 thousand square metres. Inside the Castello di San Giorgio is the famous Camera Picta, called the “Bride and Groom Chamber“, with frescoes by Andrea Mantegna.

Crossed by the Mincio that forms three lakes, the city offers green areas, cycle paths and river paths. Mantua can be reached by train on the Modena-Verona, Milano-Cremona and Suzzara-Ferrara lines or by plane since it is only 30 kilometres from the Villafranca airport in Verona.

Many artists and personalities left traces in Mantua including Leon Battista Alberti, Andrea Mantegna and Giulio Romano.

Palazzo Te is the grandiose villa commissioned from Giulio Romano in 1525 by Federico II Gonzaga. It is filled with frescoes with original symbolic content and today houses the Palazzo Te International Art and Culture centre, which organizes art shows.

The Mantua enogastronomic culture has historical importance and delights guests with excellent products and cuisine that is famous throughout the world, combining history and innovation, with its craft boutiques and agricultural markets.

Contact us and send information regarding your preferences to reserve your experience at La Masseria.

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