Lake Garda, Italy

Lake Garda, Italy

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Overview

Lake Garda, also known as Lago di Garda, is the largest lake in Italy and one of the most popular tourist places in northern Italy. It has 370 square kilometers and is located among the three Italian regions of Lombardy, Veneto, and Trentino-Alto Adige. This beautiful place has around 25 villages that offer a peaceful environment with charming views.

All villages are filled with cultural and historical sights and are easily reachable by highway. Whether you love monuments or castles, Lake Garda offers plenty for everyone. Its weather is ideal all year long; you can enjoy the beaches and roam freely around the local farms to live unforgettable moments. To take your tour to the next level, try to take a ferryboat in Lake Garda to reach these villages.

Are you planning a trip to Lago di Garda, Italy? Let us help you. Read this guide so you can plan out what to do and what to avoid.

Country

Italy

Approx. Duration

Min 1 day

Accessibility Level

Accessibility Level – Medium

Local Currency

Euro

Price Level

Medium

Min. Price

Not Relevant

Address

Lake Garda, Italy

Spoken Languages

Italian

Recommended Age

Babies, Kids, Teens, Adults, Seniors, Any Age

Pricing Details

Not Relevant

Electricity

230V, 50Hz, 2 pins (you might also see type with 3 holes in one line, but you can still use it with devices with 2 pins)

Safety

Although Lake Garda is pretty safe, you should be wary of thieves and pickpockets at the tourist sights. Therefore, it’s recommended to remain in touristy areas and leave your belongings at the hotel.


Additional Information

Reasons to Visit

  • Picturesque View: On your visit to Lake Garda, you’ll find a lot of spots that will make your soul happy! Lake Garda offers exceptional sceneries and views from natural landscapes to beaches, crystal clear waters to caves. In addition, there are 25 villages on Lake Garda, each offering a unique cultural and historical experience.
    You can also visit local farms and enjoy the gorgeous views of olive, lemon, and palm trees. If you love taking pictures for social media, we guarantee you will love it.
  • Castles and Fortresses: Lake Garda has 12 castles and fortresses. By exploring these historical sights, you can travel back to ancient times. If you’re short on time, visit the Castello di Sirmione, Castello di Arco, and Castello Scaligero di Malcesine.
  • Unforgettable Hikes: To have an out-of-the-world experience, it’s highly recommended to go on the beautiful hikes around the villages. Whether you’re looking for some moments of peace or want to explore the lovely mountains, the hiking trails are the perfect answer. There are over 100 hiking routes across Lake Ga