Lake Garda - Cultural towns nearby

Brescia & Bergamo

The cultural monuments of Brescia provide almost complete testimony to the past 2000 years. In the city center there are beautiful squares to see and around these squares there are interesting shopping zones.

The old upper town of Bergamo, called Città Alta, is surrounded by Venetian walls from the 16th century and can be reached by cable car. The beautiful old town of Bergamo is vehicle-free...

Bergamo

The city of Bergamo, which is well worth seeing, can be reached from Lake Garda in about 1 hour by car. The old upper town of Città Alta, which is surrounded by Venetian walls from the 16th century, can be reached by cable car. The beautiful old town of Bergamo is vehicle-free, so you can stroll through the streets and explore the sights in peace...

Verona

Verona has a medieval old town built on either side of the meandering Adige river .It is known for being the setting for Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet. The Arena di Verona is a huge 1st-century Roman amphitheater that hosts high-quality opera performances. Around the beautiful squares of the old town, Verona is a shopping paradise...

Mantova

Mantova is a city surrounded by artificial lakes in the Lombardy region of northern Italy. It is known for the architectural heritage of the Renaissance Gonzaga family, who built the Ducal Palace. The Gonzagas also built the Palazzo del Te, painted with mythological scenes...

Padova & Abano Terme

Padova is known for the Cappella degli Scrovegni, with 13th-century frescoes by Giotto, and for the stunning 13th-century Basilica di Sant'Antonio, with Byzantine-style domes and remarkable works of art. Padova's old town is characterized by arcades and chic cafes...

Cremona

Cremona is a city in Lombardy, on the left bank of the Po. The city is particularly well-known for the violin-making families of Amati, Bergonzi, Guarneri and Stradivari...

Venezia

Venezia (Venice) was built on more than 100 small islands in an Adriatic lagoon. There are almost exclusively canals as traffic routes, including the Canal Grande with its palaces from the Renaissance. In central St. Mark's Square there is the Duomo di San Marco with Byzantine mosaics and the bell tower, from which you can enjoy a wonderful view over the red roofs of the city...

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