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YOUR STAY AT THE PALACE
Palazzo Glori 6, located a few steps from Piazza del Duomo in the very centre of Cremona, is one of Cremona's most representative Art Nouveau buildings. Redeveloped according to an eco-sustainability plan, the nineteenth-century building tells an ancient and fascinating story through its magical atmosphere, its frescoes and its precious details. Of great value is the large internal veranda characterised by the typical historical stained glass, preserved and restored in respect of the building.
Moreover, the palace is close to the wedding house of Antonio Stradivari, the famous violin maker who made the most precious violins in the world.
Palazzo Glori 6 has six classic-style rooms with private bathrooms
they say about us
Fortified by the Romans in 208 B.C. and located a few kilometers from the banks of the Po River, Cremona is a city rich in history, art and culture. Its historic center is a fascinating place to stroll among ancient squares and cobblestone streets. The city is home to many interesting monuments and museums, including the majestic Torrazzo, one of the tallest medieval towers in Europe, the Cathedral, the Baptistery, the Loggia dei Militi, and the Ala Ponzone Museum.
You cannot miss a visit to the Violin Museum, which houses some of the world's most famous violins made by Cremona violin makers such as Stradivari, Amati, and Guarneri.
But Cremona is not only a city of history and culture.
It is nestled in the Po Valley and offers many opportunities for those who love nature and outdoor activities. The banks of the Po River and its green bike paths are a true rarity for nature and bicycle lovers. In addition, the surrounding area is rich in nature areas, including the Oglio Sud Natural Park and the Mincio Regional Park, and beautiful tourist resorts, such as the Castle of Padernello and the Terme di Boario spa.
Cremona is also famous for its gastronomy, which offers a wide selection of great-tasting traditional dishes as well as being known for nougat production.
Finally, Cremona is a vibrant and dynamic city that hosts numerous cultural, musical, and gastronomic events and festivals throughout the year. Among the most important are the Monteverdi Festival and the Cremona Musica International Exhibitions - Mondomusica.