Lake Garda Things to Do
Lake Garda is the ideal place to visit to experience something different every day. It's filled with thrilling amusement parks, beautiful natural and thermal parks, and its sight of wonderful landscapes displays its rich history and culture.
Riva del Garda's waterfront
Dominated by an old fortress of the Scaligeri, windsurfers favor this resort because of the consistent offshore winds.
The streets of Malcesine cluster below an imposing medieval castle. A cable car climbs to the summit of Monte Baldo, offering spectacular views.
Its attractive enclosed harbor and fortress were built by the Austrians in the 1860s during the Italian Wars of Independence.
A fascinating medieval castle, the Rocca Scaligera, dominates the town of Sirmione. At the tip of the peninsula lie Roman ruins.
The Republic of Salo' was established here by Mussolini in 1943. The cathedral in this elegant and attractive town of pastel-painted houses contains an altarpiece by Veneziano.
Noted for its exotically planted park and for the Villa il Vittoriale, the Art Deco home of the poet Gabriele d'Annunzio, which is filled with curiosities.
Located at Torri del Benaco, this museum is very important for ethnological aspects and it displays some objects connected to the trades of the region. In one room are the activities of the calafati, artisans dedicated to repairing fishing boats of inland waters. In another room, a story of the fishermen guilds of the ancient inhabitants of Torri and Garda is displayed.