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Mantova - parking, driving, where to stay

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I will have two nights in Mantova in July and we will have a car. I've found a couple of good looking places to stay that are in the historic center but you have to get permits from the hotel/help getting to the parking area, etc. And at least one of them they don't want you arriving mid afternoon (which is when we would probably arrive). So all that sounds like a lot of hassle.

I also found a couple that are about 1-2 miles outside the city - sound like easy to find, free parking, etc - but then when we drove into the old town where would we park? Are there parking lots/garages that are easy to get to from the main roads that are walking distance from the historic center (20 min or less walk)?

Then I also found some places near the train station - they actually sound like logistically they'd be good - fairly easy to find and park but walkable to the center.

What do you think?

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