Come with us on a two day tour to Lake Garda – to explore the towns and countryside north of the lake, where the extraordinary link between lakeland and mountain landscape is particularly clear.
Here, the Mediterranean and Alpine climates meet, generating a particular microclimate in the mountain region and helping the growth of olive and lemon trees on the shore. The region is also known for and popular with windsurfers, thanks to the constant winds present here.
With this route, visitors also drive along a part of the panoramic Gardesana Orientale street on the eastern shore of Lake Garda: from Nago-Torbole to Arco, passing Riva del Garda, the town on the northernmost point of the lake.
Sights: the Austro-Hungarian fortification, among the best preserved in Trentino, the “Marmitte dei giganti” from the Ice Age, the San Vigilio church, the Santissima Trinità church and the Castel Penede.
Sights: the Sant’Andrea church (patron saint of fishermen) and the panoramic trail.
- Riva del Garda
Sights: the Chiesa Dell’Inviolata, the Palazzo Pretorio, the Torre Apponale tower, the bastion and the town museum.
Sights: Arco’s tree nursery, the Collegiata dell’Assunta minster and the castle ruins.
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