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Lake Garda is the largest of the northern Italy’s lakes stretching from the plains towards the Dolomites, with its romantic shores have inspired poets and painters since the Roman era. The exclusive hotels, exotically palm tree lined esplanades and slender cypress and lemon groves make Lake Garda an enchanting place to enjoy!
Sirmione, situated at the tip of the peninsula at the southern end of the lake, is a picturesque town renowned for its thermal springs, Roman ruins, the fairytale 13th-Century castle of Rocca Scaligera and medieval narrow winding lanes.
Malcesine, located on the lake’s eastern shore, is a charming small town with a maze of medieval alleys. Guests can take the cable-car to the summit of the Monte Baldo ridge to enjoy a breathtaking landscape.
Bardolino is a pretty town between Garda’s southeastern lakefront and the region’s famous vineyards where every autumn is hosted a grape and wine festival.
Gardone is famous for having welcomed Winston Churchill, a great place to wander along the charming promenade, visiting the vibrant Heller Botanic Gardens or exploring the village’s small historic centre.
Riva del Garda is the second largest lakeside town, elegant gardens along the lakeside esplanade, the 12th-Century harbourside fortification ‘Rocca’ and lots of watersports such as sailing and windsurfing.