Brochure Hotel Parchi del Garda - Event Report

Brochure Hotel Parchi del Garda - Event Report


L’entroterra del lago di Garda accoglie una

parte della zona della Valpolicella, terra del

vino rinomata in tutto il mondo.

Dal Classico al Superiore, dal Recioto

all’Amarone, sono molte le cantine che invitano

a degustare i prodotti della Valpolicella,

offrendo agli ospiti che lo desiderano

l’opportunità di apprezzare il paesaggio, la

storia del territorio e, naturalmente,

la buona cucina.


Swimming, sailing, surfing, hiking and

mountain biking are just a taste of the

many tourist offers of Lake Garda.

In fact the lake is also rich in terms

of history, culture and gastronomy.

From the east coast and the village of

Lazise, surrounded by medieval walls

and dominated by the fortress of Rocca

Scaligera, scenic roads to be traveled on

foot, by bicycle or on horseback, will

take you to the near Bardolino where

important wine related events are held

every yaer.

Moving north you will get to Garda,

a charming town that culminates in

Punta San Vigilio, a stunning peninsula

that attracted distinguished visitors such

as Winston Churchill, Laurence Olivier

and Prince Charles of England.

The tourist offer of the east coast is

complemented by Torri del Benaco,

with the Scaliger Castle and the beautiful

lemon trees. Moreover the nearby

Malcesine with its wide range of opportunities

including hiking, skiing and

downhill mountain biking onto the crest

of Mount Baldo (2218 m) recognized

as the botanical garden of Europe is

definelly worth a visit.

The southern part of the lake is equally

interesting for its capacity to meet the

needs of those who love art, nature,

sports, entertainment and good food.

A path starts from Peschiera del Garda,

a pilgrimage site for thousands of the

faithful during the sixteenth-century

thanks to its Sanctuary of the Madonna

del Frassino, and continues west to

Sirmione, known as “the pearl of islands

and peninsulas” thanks to the poet

Catullus, with its exceptional historical

and artistic heritage also renowned for

its healing properties thermal waters.

Take also a chance to visit Desenzano,

a charming Roman town, heart

of Lake Garda’s nightlife with a wide

choice of restaurants, bars, music bars

and clubs. Finally, special mention goes

to Gardone Riviera, a small town in

the northwestern part of Lake Garda,

famous for the Italian Vittoriale, the

monumental citadel built on the banks

of the lake as the home of the poet

Gabriele D’Annunzio.


The hinterland of Lake Garda hosts a

portion of the Valpolicella wine country,

famous throughout the world.

From Classico to Superiore, from Recioto

to the Amarone, there are many wineries

that invite you to taste the Valpolicella

wine selection, welcoming guests who

wish to admire the scenery, know about

the area’s history and, of course would like

a taste of good food.


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