Volta Mantovana is a small town of medieval origin. Even today the village keeps, in the old town, the ruins of the castle built in the eleventh century. In addition to the castle it is possible to visit the beautiful Palazzo Gonzaga, which once belonged to the lords of Mantua, and today is the municipal building. Annexed to the building there are two towers, which offers a beautiful view. The palace and the towers are open every Saturday and Sunday. In addition to the cultural heritage, Volta Mantovana is surrounded by beautiful scenery and way to do by bike, on foot or on horseback along the Mincio river and on the downhill road. The always open risto-point and wineries with local products and wines will be a welcome break during your day trip.