Auronzo di Cadore

In this chapter we treat a magical place rich in traditions, surrounded by the Dolomites and overlooking the lake of the same name, Auronzo di Cadore. “Beautiful auronzo on the long hanging floor between the water, under the hazy Ajàrnola” (Giosuè Carducci)

Misurina Lake

In this chapter we discuss one of the most fascinating areas of the Dolomites, a World Heritage Site, the marvelous Misurina Lake. Misurina lake, located at 1754 m (s.l.m.), lies in one of the most beautiful areas of the Alps and is surrounded by forests and peaks of exceptional grandeur. Near the lake there’s the … Read more

Malcesine

In this chapter we treat one of the most beautiful fortified villages of the whole Lake Garda, do not miss the beauties of Malcesine. The last town in the province of Verona and Veneto is Malcesine, the pearl of Lake Garda. Built around the Castello degli Scaligeri and the Palazzo dei Capitani, it is undoubtedly … Read more

Garda

In this chapter we discuss the town of Garda, a place very popular with tourists for its attractions and typical products.

Cisano

In this chapter we discuss a small town on Lake Garda, but at the same time very pleasant thanks to its location, Cisano. Before arriving in Bardolino we find the small village of Cisano, another very charming and welcoming fishing village. In the church square there is the Romanesque church of the “Nativity of the … Read more

Lazise

In this chapter we discuss one of the most traditional and simple areas of the whole of Lake Garda, a small pretty village, Lazise. Lazise, ​​a small and charming village of Lake Garda, attracts many travelers from all over the world thanks to its characteristics and peculiarities. This small village, of clear medieval character, seems … Read more

Peschiera del Garda

In this chapter we discuss one of the most beautiful and fortified towns of Lake Garda, famous for its high walls, Peschiera del Garda. To enter Peschiera del Garda, cross the bridge over the Mincio river and Porta Verona, an imposing entrance gate in the sixteenth century, where you can still see the signs of the … Read more