Sailing, swimming, surfing and hiking are just a taste of the wide proposal of the lake, an area rich in history, culture, food and wine.
On Lake Garda there are charming villages, treasures that really worth to visit and explore.
Just some examples…
Bardolino: known to the general public for the Wine Festival, this village is rich in history and still welcomes today finds of Roman eras.
Lazise: charming hamlet of Lake Garda that still preserves the ancient castle and the medieval walls.
On the Brescia side of the lake, at Gardone Riviera it is possible to visit the Vittoriale degli Italiani with the particular and fascinating house of the poet Gabriele D’Annunzio.
The fun is in the province of Verona. From the area of southern Lake Garda, called not surprisingly “district parks” to other interesting realities that are found all over the territory. Among the most interesting parks include:
Scaliger city of ancient origins, Verona, with its infinite facets always enchants thousands of visitors from all over the world. Known throughout the world for the Opera Festival at the Arena, the Juliet’s balcony, the Roman Theatre and Castelvecchio, Verona with its historic center is a jewel of the Italian culture.
Even the neighboring cities are interesting destinations for a day of leisure and entertainment:
- Bologna: Fico Eataly World, the largest agri-food park in the world.
- Milan: Museo del Novecento, at the hub of 20th century art history.
- Trento: MART, is one of the most important European museums of modern and contemporary art.
- Venice: Venice Biennale, one of the oldest, most important and prestigious international art exhibitions in the world.