Garda is the capital of the region delineated by Lake Garda, and it stands out as a wonderful city which draws large tourist flows each year.

The large gulf, a port, its beach, the surrounding hills and mountains, all these turn the city into a particularly special destination which offers tourists the opportunity to enjoy both the nature beauty and the advantages of a fairly developed shopping area replete with streets dotted with shops from where tourists, regardless of their available budget, can buy a large range of goods. The open-air restaurants located in the shade of the trees blend perfectly in this picture, and sitting at a table on the lakeshore, indulging in a refreshing drink, while admiring the sunset and listening to the music of sundry bands can only be deemed a wonderful experience. The old center of Garda is crisscrossed by narrow streets which lead tourists to attractions like Villa Albertini (the 16th century), the Captain’s Palace, which is a Venetian palace dating back to the 14th century, Villa Carlotti and the church built in the 18th century in honor of Virgin Mary.

The old Rock of Garda overlooks the city from an altitude of about 300 meters, and offers visitors a wonderful view of Lake Garda. The Carmelite Monastery is, it too, located here, being a place of worship built in the 15th century.

Tourist information office in Garda

Tourist information office in Garda
1, Piazza Donatori di Sangue, 37016, Garda, Verona, Italy
0039 0456 270384
0039 0457 256720
[email protected]