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

Welcome to Italy in Photos and an immersive visual journey through the enchanting town of Garda which is a charming town on the eastern shore of Lake Garda, the largest lake in Italy. It is a popular destination for tourists who want to enjoy the natural beauty, the historical heritage, and the gastronomic delights of the region. – Experience the breathtaking beauty of Lungo Lago Regina Adelaide which is the name of the lakefront promenade that stretches along the coast of Garda. It is a pleasant place to walk, bike, or relax, with a stunning view of the lake and the mountains. You can also find many shops, cafes, and restaurants along the way, where you can taste some of the local specialties. – Be enchanted by the Piazzetta Calderini, a delightful small square in the center of Garda, where you can find several eateries. It is a lively spot where you can mingle with the locals and enjoy the atmosphere of the town. – Delight in the breathtaking Parrocchia di Santa Maria Assunta a parish church in Garda that dates to the 14th century. It has a baroque style, with a facade divided into three zones and a bell tower. The interior has several altars with decorations and stuccoes. The most notable artworks are the wooden crucifix from the 15th century, the altarpiece of San Biagio, and the fresco of the Madonna with Child. Unearth the hidden jewels nestled within this captivating town and allow Italy in Photos to capture the true essence of Garda through its lens.

Via Lungolago Pincherle is a dead end street in Garda which can be found along Lungo Lago Regina Adelaide (Photos 1-2-3-4-5-6-7) – Photos taken from Hotel La Vittoria, Lungo Lago Regina Adelaide (Photos 8-9) – Lago Regina Adelaide is a street in Garda which runs from Via Lungolago Pincherle to Via S. Francesco d’Assisi (Photos 10-11-12-13-14-15-16-17-18-19-20-21-22-23-24) – Via San Giovanni is a street in Garda which runs from Corso Italia to Via Antiche Mura (Photo 25) – Via Antiche Mura is a street in Garda which runs from Corso Italia to Lungo Lago Regina Adelaide (Photo 26) – Corso Vittorio Emanuele is a dead end street in Garda and can be found along Via Antiche Mura (Photos 27-28-29-31) – Piazzetta Calderini is a delightful small square in the center of Garda. It is a charming place to relax and try the several restaurants and cafes around the square. (Photos 32-33-35) – Via Alessandra di Rudini Caelotti is a street in Garda which runs from Piazzetta Calderini to Lungo Lago Regina Adelaide (Photo 34) – Corso Italia, is a street in Garda which runs from Viale S. Carlo to Via Verona (Photos 36-37-38-39-41) – Via XX Settembre, is a street in Garda which runs from Via Santo Stefano to Corso Italia (Photo 40) – Piazzale Roma is a large square in Garda, opposite the Parrocchia di Santa Maria Assunta. It is a lively place to visit, with a beautiful view of the lake and several restaurants and cafes. (Photo 42) – The Parrocchia di Santa Maria Assunta is a parish church in Garda and is a beautiful place to visit, with a history dating back to the 14th century. The church has a baroque style, with a facade divided into three zones and a bell tower. The interior has several altars with decorations and stuccoes. The most notable artworks are the wooden crucifix from the 15th century, the altarpiece of San Biagio, and the fresco of the Madonna with Child. The church also has a cloister with a trapezoidal-shaped courtyard and a sacristy where you can see a Lombard pergula arch and a San Vigilio oolite stone sarcophagus from the 8th to 9th century. (Photos 42-43-44)

Garda Cuisine – The cuisine of Garda reflects the influences of three regions: Lombardy, Veneto, and Trentino. Here are some of the special dishes and products that you can try in Garda: – Lake fish: – Garda is famous for its freshwater fish, such as pike, tench, carp, whitefish, and carpione. You can find them cooked in different ways, such as grilled, fried, baked, or in a sauce. Some of the typical dishes are luccio e polenta (pike and polenta), risotto con la tinca (risotto with tench), and bigoli con le sarde (pasta with sardines). – Olive oil: – Garda produces some of the finest extra virgin olive oils in Italy, with a fruity and delicate flavour. The local olive variety is called Casaliva, and it grows in the provinces of Brescia, Verona, Mantova, and Trento. You can use it to dress salads, vegetables, fish, or bread. – Lemons: Garda- is also known for its citrus fruits, especially lemons. They grow in the historical lemon houses, which are structures that protect the trees from the cold. The lemons are used for making cakes, jams, liqueurs, and limoncello. – Tortellini: Tortellini are small pasta filled with meat, cheese, or mushrooms. They are a specialty of Valeggio sul Mincio, a town near Garda in Veneto. They are also called nodi d’amore (love knots), because of their shape and their romantic legends. – Wine:- Garda produces some excellent wines from its vineyards around the lake. Some of the most famous ones are Bardolino (red), Lugana (white), Valpolicella (red), and Amarone (red). You can taste them in the local restaurants or wineries.

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Photo Gallery of Walk 1 – Lungo Lago Pincherle to Lungo Lago Regina Adelaide
Approximately 1.11 km – 0.69 miles

The walk starts in Lungo Lago Pincherle – Lungo Lago Regina Adelaide

Photo Gallery of Walk 2 in Garda – Via San Giovanni to Parrocchia di S. Maria Assunta, Corso Italia
Approximately 0.77 km – 0.48 miles

The walk starts in Via San Giovanni – Via Antiche Mura – Corso Vittorio Emanuele – Via Manzoni – Corso Vittorio Emanuele – Piazzetta Calderini – Palazzo Pincini Carlotti, Via Rudini Carlotti – Walk back to Piazzetta Calderini – Corso Italia – Via XX Settembre – Corso Italia – Piazzale Roma – Parrocchia di S. Maria Assunta, Corso Italia