You’re quite classy and love to surround yourself with culture, history and the arts. Italy is one of your favorite holiday destinations and you are close to calling it your second home, so this location will entice your spirits. The real estate experts at Engel & Völkers are offering new licenses for the city of Mantova, in the Lombardy region of Italy for franchising. Discover the benefits with us.
Fan shaped city surrounded by waters - the many wonders await
Lovely as can be, Mantova is a city of the arts, culture and music in Northern Italy and holds man architectural gems. Mantova is the regional and cultural hub of the area, attracting many visitors all year round. Originally surrounded by artificial lakes on all 4 sides, as a way of defending the city during the Middle Ages, the lake of Paiolo has dried out a few centuries ago, but the city’s fan shaped outline is still hugged by the waters of the rivers Mincio from the Lake of Garda, Lago Superiore and Inferiore. A fascinating view and a great trip destination to all the waters from every angle of the city is promised.There are so many things to discover in Mantova, as both tourism and business are booming and the city is gaining popularity for residency quite rapidly with its chic apartments, luxurious architecture and fascinating structures.
Royalty, History and Culture - Mantova at its best
As much history as the city holds, it’s not surprising that when you visit, you don’t know what to marvel at first. So much amazing architecture and historical builts are still intact here, as well as matching real estate that is available for purchase or as a rental. Franchising here shouldn’t be a problem, quite the opposite - this area is quite popular and many luxurious apartments, condos and villas are calling for a new owner! Mantova is the city of non-existent boredom, as the artistic and cultural offers here never end. Originally reigned by the Gonzaga family over three centuries, the rulers were protectors of the arts and culture and were known to host famous artists like Leon Battista Alberti, Mantegna, Donatello and others.
Architectural beauty as far as the eye can see
Up for touristy sights? Fascinating places include the Palazzo del Te, which is the most prominent monument of the city, created by Giulio Romano and meant as a royal Renaissance villa residence of the Gonzaga rulers. Today it hosts the Museo Civico that’s worth a visit. Magnificent architecture awaits here - both you as a franchisee as well as your potential clients, who are looking for their own residencies to feel like royalty.