Places of Interest
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is one of the top tourist cities in the world and with good reason; with its unique canal system, some of the world’s most famous art and architecture as well as excellent international cuisine, this is an opportunity to enjoy a truly memorable day trip to one of the world’s most romantic cities.
With its superbly intact Roman sites and stunning streets of pink-hued medieval buildings, it is little wonder that Verona is considered the second city of Veneto behind Venice itself. Also worth visiting is the Roman arena where concerts are often held in the summer and the balcony, said to be that of Romeo’s ‘Juliet’. Verona is also famous for its operatic concerts.
lies at the southern end of the lake which bears its name. It is one of the most picturesque resorts on the lake, nestling in a large sheltered bay against a backdrop of dramatic hills and mountains. Its quaint narrow streets harbour a myriad of charming little shops and cafés. In the hills above the town, there is a golf course which provides amazing views over the lake.
Lake Garda Tour
The journey around the lake is a spectacular one with constantly changing views, from pretty wooded hillsides and olive groves to picturesque lakeside villages and bustling harbours.
Riva del Garda
was an important strategic point at the juncture of the Alps and the Italian plains for many centuries. It is a very lively town, perfect for sport and outdoor life enthusiasts with windsurfing, sailing and walking opportunities readily available. In the civic museum, housed in Riva Fortress, is an extraordinary collection of objects running from prehistory to the early Middle Ages and changing exhibitions about the culture and history of the area.
lies on a long narrow peninsula which juts out into the Southern end of the lake. Its thermal waters are famous for their healing properties which attracts a large number of visitors each year. The 14th century Scaligero Castle, which is completely surrounded by water, Santa Maria del Ponte church and Palazzo Maria Callas in the main square are all sights worth seeing while in the town.