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Photos of Italy taken on Walks in the Cities Towns & Villages of Italia
Brenzone sul Garda is a beautiful and charming municipality in the Veneto region of Italy, located on the eastern shore of Lake Garda. It is composed of nine villages, each with its own history and attractions. Brenzone sul Garda is a perfect destination for nature lovers, as it offers stunning views of the lake and the mountains, as well as opportunities for hiking, biking, sailing, windsurfing, and fishing. Brenzone sul Garda is also rich in culture and heritage, as it boasts ancient ruins, churches, castles, and museums that showcase its past and present. Some of the highlights include the Villa Romana di Castelletto, a Roman villa dating back to the 1st century AD, the Chiesa di San Carlo Borromeo, a baroque church with a beautiful, frescoed ceiling, and the Contrada Campo di Brenzone, a medieval village with stone houses and narrow alleys. Brenzone sul Garda is also known for its gastronomy, as it offers delicious local dishes such as fish from the lake, olive oil, cheese, and wine. Whether you are looking for a relaxing or an adventurous holiday, Brenzone sul Garda has something for everyone. Come and discover this hidden gem of Italy.
Malcesine is a town on the eastern shore of Lake Garda, the largest and most beautiful lake in Italy and is a perfect destination for those who love nature, history, culture and sports. It has a stunning scenery, surrounded by the blue waters of the lake and the green slopes of Monte Baldo, the highest mountain in the area. You can enjoy breathtaking views of the lake and the mountains from the Scaliger Castle, a medieval fortress that dominates the town. The castle also hosts a museum dedicated to the German poet Goethe, who visited Malcesine in 1786 and was inspired by its beauty. Malcesine is a paradise for outdoor enthusiasts, as it offers a variety of activities for all levels and tastes. You can take a cable car to the top of Monte Baldo and explore its trails, or try paragliding, mountain biking, hiking or skiing. You can also enjoy the lake by sailing, windsurfing, kitesurfing, kayaking or swimming. It is famous for its constant wind, which makes it ideal for water sports. It is a place rich in history and culture, as it has been inhabited since ancient times by Romans, Lombards, Scaligeri, Venetians and Austrians. You can discover its heritage by walking through its narrow streets and alleys, where you will find old churches, palaces, courtyards and gardens. You can also visit the Palazzo dei Capitani, a 14th-century building that was the residence of the Venetian governors of the lake. Malcesine is a gastronomic delight, as it offers a variety of dishes and products typical of the lake and the mountain regions. You can taste fresh fish, such as trout, perch, carp and eel, cooked in different ways. You can also try the local cheese, such as Monte Veronese and Casolet, and the olive oil, which is produced in the area. And of course, you can enjoy the fine wines of the region, such as Bardolino, Valpolicella and Lugana. Malcesine is a town that will surprise you with its beauty, diversity and charm. It is a place where you can relax, have fun and discover new things.
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Photo Gallery of  Walk 1 –  Lungolago Assenza to Piazza del Torcol, Cassone
Approximately 2.85 km – 1.77 miles

The walk starts in  Lungolago, Brenzone sul Garda – Piazza S. Nicolò, Assenza – Chiesa di San Nicola, Piazza S. Nicolò – Piazza S. Nicolò, Assenza – Lungolago Assenza – Lungolago, Cassone – Via Gardesana, Cassone – Monumento ai Caduti di Cassone – Lungolago, Cassone – Porto Cassone – Lungolago, Cassone – Piazza del Torcol, Cassone

Photo Gallery of Walk 2 – Lungolago Malcesine to Via Lungolago
Approximately 3.73 km – 2.32 miles

The walk starts in Lungolago Malcesine – Via Gardesana – Lungolago Malcesine – Via Val di Sogno – Via Lungolago