Italy’s largest lake – Lake Garda is 50 km long. It is on the fringes of Dolomite Mountains, which is in Northern Italy. Many cities and towns established on the shores of the lake, for commercial purpose. For travelers the Lake is a treasure house of adventure- may it be hiking, windsurfing or beaches Lake Garda has it all.

HOW TO GO

Airport Valerio Catullo di Verona outside Verona is the nearest airport to Lake Garda. Flights from European countries land here. During the summer season, buses run from the airport to the Lake. Many hotels offer transfers for their guests. There is also Airport shuttle bus to the center of Verona and other towns near the Lake Garda.

WHEN TO GO

During mid-March, the boats start running again. But the weather is wet and cold. Thus, making your trip gloomy. The summer months from May seem a lot better as the days are sunny. And you can enjoy the outdoor activities much better.

WHERE TO GO

The beautiful Italian cities near Lake Garda which are worth a visit are Limone( the lemon town!), Malcesine, Sirmione( famous ruins of Grotto of Catullus Villa as well as the Sulphur Springs), Nago-Torbole. There are also many theme parks surrounding the lake- the biggest one is Gardaland in Lazise, which is a stress reliever for people of all ages. There is also a cable car that takes you to Mount Baldo, where lovely cafes and restaurant rest at the top of the mountain. Ferry services in Spring and Autumn give you a ride across the Lake. You can also take a walk along the Lakeside path.

TYPE OF ELECTRICITY

The electrical outlet work on a voltage of 220- 240 V. A converter is a must for low voltage appliances. And the three round pin socket- type L, the two round pin socket type F work with Plug C and E respectively.

December 23, 2017 12:14 am Published by

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