Lake Garda Tours

Lake Garda Tours

Located in the northern part of Italy, Lake Garda has a rich history and is known for its old-world culture. The ancient fortress of Rocco Scaligera looks out over the harbour, and the town of Sirmione offers a serene escape for travellers from around the world.

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Are There Any Historic Sites on the Lake Garda Tours?

Several historical sites can be placed on your Lake Garda itinerary. The Roman Amphitheatre and Juliet Capulet's house are just two of the most famous historical places in Verona. Milan is an artist's paradise and has many notable museums that you can visit one of the many Lake Garda day tours. In Venice, stop by St. Mark's Basilica or make your way to the Rialto Bridge.

How Many Days Do You Need in Lake Garda?

There are several tours, including one-day or up to 3-day tours in Lake Garda. Either will give you plenty of time to visit all the best sites and allow you to immerse yourself in nature and historical sites. Some of the walking tours will allow you to stroll the picturesque streets and some of the nearby towns. The Dolomites tours are a typical day tour depart from Lake Garda. Villages like Ortisei, Selva Val Gardena, and S. Cristina will be visited during the tour. 

What is Lake Garda Most Well-Known For?

From Sirmione to Gardaland to the ruins of the Roman villa, Grotte di Catullo, there are several things to do around Lake Garda. Day tours are available that allow you to tour some of the most well-known, family-oriented vacation destinations in northern Italy. Whether you travel as a couple, family, or part of a group, the list of sites to see will keep you on the go.

What Type of Vehicles Can You Take on the Lake Garda Tours?

Different tours allow you to take different vehicles. Gondola boats are all the rage when touring Venice. There are sunset cruises to Sirmione, and Lake Garda boat trips from Desenzano. You can even take walking tours and see Lake Garda without a car. For longer tours, you can opt for a Gran Turismo coach.

Can You Swim in Lake Garda?

Beautiful beaches surround lake Garda. There are several locations, including the beach at Limone Sul Garda and the Bay of the Sirens that are perfect for swimming or just sunbathing on the beach. Small pizzerias and bars are nearby so you can grab a quick lunch while you are relaxing at the lake.