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Welcome to Lake Garda
Lake Garda is Italy’s largest freshwater lake and a favourite with both locals and foreigners. It lies between Verona and Venice and is a great spot to relax in stunning surroundings. In the evening you can explore the pretty cobbled streets and many restaurants.
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Lake Garda Key Facts
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The most commonly spoken language is Italian.
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The currency used in Lake Garda is the euro.
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Frequently Asked Questions
When to go to Lake Garda?
Lake Garda’s long sunny days still have a comfortable temperature because of the cool breeze coming from the lake. The summer months between May and September are the most popular time to visit, although the Lake enjoys good weather for most of the year. If you want to do sport, you may want to avoid the summer heat.
Where to stay in Lake Garda?
Whether you require a five-star hotel or a modestly priced guest house, there are plenty of accommodation options to suit every kind of budget in Lake Garda.<a href='https://www.travelrepublic.co.uk/1-23177-1-0/hotels-in-bardolino' title='Hotels in Bardolino' target='_blank'>Hotels in Bardolino</a> are ideal for adults who enjoy a glass of wine or two. Situated on the eastern side of the lake, this popular town lies in the heart of grape country and features numerous wineries and vineyards.</p.Another desirable destination is Desenzano del Garda, which is located on the lake’s south-western banks and features a delightful harbour area and promenade. Thanks to its tidy little piazzas and Venetian-style buildings, Desenzano is one of the most picturesque towns in the region, making it ideal for visiting couples. It also provides easy access to Milan, which is just a 55-minute train ride away.Choose <a href='https://www.travelrepublic.co.uk/1-23289-1-0/hotels-in-limone-sul-garda' title='hotels in Limone sul Garda' target='_blank'>hotels in Limone sul Garda</a> to enjoy a spectacularly rocky side of the lake. Located on the north-western part of the lake, Limone features the delightful little harbour Porto Vecchio, which offers terrific lakeside views. This historic little town is a great base for exploration, thanks to its many hiking trails.Families in search of theme park fun will enjoy the rides and waterpark thrills of Gardaland in Ronchi. Just a seven-minute walk away is Gardaland Sea Life, which is home to more than 5,000 marine creatures. One of Lake Garda’s most popular waterparks is Parco Cavour in Ariano. It features its very own island, a beach, an adventure rain forest, a water lagoon and much more.
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