what to do around gardagolf

The Lombard shore of Lake Garda and the Venetian provinces, within easy reach of Gardagolf, offer a variety of tourist attractions to satisfy everyone’s tastes.

For those who want to visit the cities of art, there is plenty of choice: starting from Brescia, City of 1000Miglia, with the castle, the square of the Forum, the Capitolium and the many museums of contemporary and ancient art. During the Italian Open, it is possible to visit the exhibitions “Tiziano and painting of the sixteenth century between Venice and Brescia”, the Museo Santa Giulia, and “Picasso, De Chirico, Morandi: 100 Masterpieces of the Nineteenth and Twentieth century from private collections” at Palazzo Martinengo; In addition, art lovers will appreciate the Pinacoteca Tosio Martinengo, back to being a pole of cultural attraction after nine years of closure.

A trip to Mantua allows you to enjoy a UNESCO World Heritage city, known for the Renaissance architecture of the buildings erected by the Gonzaga, such as the Ducal Palace.

Not far from Gardagolf, here are the Venetian cities like Venice and its lagoon, easily accessible by high speed train departing from the stations of Peschiera and Desenzano; Verona with the Arena, the myth of Juliet and Romeo narrated along the alleys of the old Town, the Roman theatre, the churches, Piazza delle Erbe and Piazza dei Signori; Padua is about an hour’s drive, with its magnificent basilicas, Venetian palaces and Prato della Valle, the largest square in Europe.

Noteworthy are the typical villages of Garda: Among the most famous Sirmione, Salò, Desenzano, Peschiera del Garda, Bardolino and Lazise, all destinations reachable by motorway, by boat or by train.

For those who love opera, it is worth mentioning the theatrical season, which during the summer embellishes the nights of the Arena of Verona.

For those who are looking for a holiday in the name of wellbeing and relaxation there are the proposals of the famous spas of Garda as the Aquaria of Sirmione with its sulphurous waters, the thermal park of Villa dei Cedri stretched for 13 hectares, with lake and trees of secular grandeur, and the Aquardens – The Terme di Verona in Pescantina, the largest spa in Italy and second in Europe.

For non golfers, it is worth mentioning that on the lake and neighboring territories there is the possibility to practise countless other sports, for example sailboat, canoe, water-skiing, diving, hiking and cycling.

As far as children and their families are concerned, the most desirable destinations are the important amusement parks such as Gardaland and Movieland, or aquatic like the Caneva World, La Quiete Park or the adventure parks Busatte in Torbole and Rimbalzello in Barbarano di Salò.

For those who love nature, the destination to visit is the Garden Park Sigurtà, permanently present in the charts of the best parks in Europe. The Park Natura Viva in Bussolengo, a modern zoological park where you can admire a lot of animal species in an exciting natural environment.

Let’s not forget the food and wine of this area, the Wine Tasting in the many wineries of Garda are able to bring some wines to levels of world excellence such as Lugana and Bardolino, just to name a few. In addition to the wine you can find excellent products such as olive oil, lemons, lake fish, Grana Padano cheese and saffron.

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