Nestled within the heart of the Veneto region, Montagnana is a stunning medieval gem. Encircled by some of the best-preserved medieval walls in Europe, this town invites visitors to step back in time and immerse themselves in centuries-old charm. Read more

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Montagnana's historic center, with its cobbled streets and ancient structures, exudes an aura of times gone by. Founded during Roman times, it flourished in the Middle Ages, a fact evident from its robust fortifications and architectural marvels. The town's walls, spanning almost 2 kilometers, are a formidable sight, punctuated by 24 towers and four main gates. The architecture within Montagnana is a harmonious blend of Gothic, Renaissance, and Baroque styles, reflecting the town's rich history and diverse influences.
A visit to Montagnana is not just a sightseeing trip; it's a journey through the annals of history. Each stone, alley, and tower has a story to tell, making it a treasure trove for history enthusiasts and travelers seeking authentic experiences.

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What to do in Montagnana

Medieval Walls

A defining feature of Montagnana, these walls, with their 24 defensive towers, are among the best-preserved in Europe. Walking alongside them provides a vivid sense of the town's strategic importance in medieval times.

Castle of San Zeno

This 13th-century castle, located at the town's northern entrance, is a robust example of military architecture and offers panoramic views from its battlements.

Duomo of Montagnana

Dedicated to the Assumption of the Virgin Mary, this Gothic-style cathedral houses precious artworks and an impressive wooden choir.

Palazzo Magnavin-Foratti

A stellar example of Venetian Gothic architecture, this palace boasts a beautiful façade adorned with mullioned three-light windows.

Church of San Francesco

This 14th-century church is home to a collection of frescoes and houses the tomb of the poet Pietro Bembo.

Municipal Tower

Dominating the main square, this clock tower, built in 1246, is a focal point of Montagnana and offers spectacular town views for those who climb it.

Porta Legnago and Porta Padova

Two of the main gates leading into the town, they are architectural marvels that showcase the defensive prowess of medieval Montagnana.

Museum of the Soprano Toti dal Monte

Dedicated to the famous soprano Toti dal Monte, this museum celebrates her life and illustrious career with a collection of personal items and memorabilia.

Local Gastronomy

Savor Montagnana's culinary delights, especially the renowned Prosciutto di Montagnana, a protected designation of origin ham celebrated for its delicate taste.

Events and Festivals

Montagnana is known for its vibrant events, including the Palio dei 10 Comuni, a historic horse race, and various medieval re-enactments that bring the town's history to life.

What else to visit
In and around Montagnana

Petrarca' s House (20.21 km)

Tucked away in the picturesque town of Arquà Petrarca, the house of Francesco Petrarca — one of Italy's most revered poets and scholars — stands as a testament to the life and times of this literary luminary.

Castello di Monselice (22.54 km)

Vicenza (35.59 km)

Nestled in the Veneto region, Vicenza is often referred to as the "City of Palladio." A harmonious blend of Renaissance elegance and contemporary vibrancy, this UNESCO World Heritage city is a celebration of art, architecture, and timeless Itali

Soave Castle (37.7 km)

Perched atop a hill and overlooking the town of Soave, the Soave Castle is an emblematic beacon of medieval Italian architecture. This fortress, with its crenellated walls and panoramic views, transports visitors to an era of knights and legends.

Padua (37.7 km)

Padua, one of the oldest cities in northern Italy, is an oasis of peace and culture, where historic monuments and green parks form a harmonious contrast to the lively student life.

Verona (43.68 km)

Verona, a picturesque Italian town, is famous as the setting for Shakespeare's tragedy Romeo and Juliet. Explore the historic monuments, beautiful piazzas and romantic streets that inspired the writer and attract visitors from all over the world.

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