Lake Garda Travel Guide

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Lake Garda Overview

LAKE GARDA – is famous for all its breathtaking scenery and is the largest of all the Italian lakes.
Depending on where you are stopping on the lake, transfer from Verona airport varies from 45mins
to 2 hours and 30 minutes.


RIVA DEL GARDA - This is a charming town with cobbled streets and medieval towers and is on the north west tip of the lake. A lot of water sports take place here.

TORBOLE - This is one of Europe’s hottest windsurfing destinations.

LIMONE - Limone is a pretty, bustling resort and is on Lake Garda’s north-west shore.

MALCESINE – A charming old town with picturesque medieval streets. There is a beautiful castle
here. From the town you can take a rotating cable car to the top of Monte Baldo.

GARDONE - This small elegant town enjoys a pleasant sub-tropical climate.

GARDA - The lake is named after this town which is rich in medieval history.

BARDOLINO -This is one of Garda’s most popular and lively resorts, with a huge assortment of bars pizzerias and restaurants packed into it traffic-free streets.

SIRMIONE – This town is on the end of the peninsula jutting out from the southern shore of the lake.
The people of Sirmione call it “The Pearl of Lake Garda”. Visit the 13th Century Scaligera Castle.

DESENZANO - A busy town where you can take a journey by train to Milan, Verona or Venice.
The A 4 Autostrada links Milan and Verona

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