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Photos of Italy taken on Walks in the Cities Towns & Villages of Italia

Bardolino is a lovely town on the eastern shore of Lake Garda, the largest lake in Italy. It is located about 30 km from Verona, the city of Romeo and Juliet, and about 130 km from Venice, the city of canals and bridges. Bardolino is famous for its wine and olive oil production, as well as its rich cultural and natural heritage. Here are some of the things you can do in Bardolino: – Visit the historical centre of the town, where you can admire the medieval walls, the Romanesque churches of San Zeno and San Severo. – Taste the local delicacies, such as the Bardolino wine, a light and fruity red wine with a DOC certification, and the extra virgin olive oil, which has a delicate and aromatic flavour. – Enjoy the amusement parks nearby, such as Gardaland, Movieland, and Caneva Aquapark, where you can have fun with your family or friends. – Explore the surrounding hills by bike or on foot, where you can discover the vineyards, the olive groves, and the panoramic views of the lake. – Relax on the beaches or take a boat tour of the lake, where you can admire the scenery and the villages from a different perspective. Bardolino is a perfect destination for those who love nature, culture, and gastronomy. It is also a great base to visit other attractions in the area, such as Verona, Venice, Mantua, and Padua. Come and discover Bardolino, a gem on Lake Garda.

Lazise is a charming town on the eastern shore of Lake Garda, the largest lake in Italy. It has a long and rich history, dating back to the Roman times, when it was a fortified settlement on the lake. Lazise still preserves its medieval walls and castle, built by the Scaliger family, the lords of Verona, in the 13th and 14th centuries. Lazise is also known for its beautiful churches, such as the Romanesque Church of Saint Nicolò, which overlooks the old port, and the Baroque Church of Saints Zenone and Martino, which houses some precious paintings. Lazise is not only a place of culture and history, but also a destination for relaxation and fun. The town offers a variety of activities and attractions for visitors of all ages and interests. You can enjoy the natural beauty of the lake and the surrounding hills, either by boat, bike, or on foot. You can also pamper yourself at the Villa dei Cedri, a natural spa with thermal pools and treatments, located in the nearby hamlet of Colà. If you are looking for some adrenaline and excitement, you can visit the amusement parks of Caneva Aquapark and Gardaland, which are just a few minutes away from Lazise. Lazise is a perfect destination for a holiday on Lake Garda, combining history, nature, and entertainment. Whether you want to explore the ancient town centre, relax on the beach, or have some fun at the parks, Lazise has something for everyone.

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Photo Gallery of Walk 1- Lungolago Roma to Piazza Lago, Cisano
Approximately 2.11 km – 1.31 miles

The walk starts in Lungolago Roma – Via Mirabello – Passeggio della Pua – Piazza Lago, Cisano

Photo Gallery of  Walk 2 – Piazza Lago, Cisano to Lungolago, Lazise
Approximately 2.92 km – 1.81 miles

The walk starts in Piazza Lago, Cisano – Via Peschiera, Cisano – Via Giovanni Federico Marzan, Cisano – Via Peschiera, Cisano – Piazza Lago, Cisano – Lungolago, Lazise