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Italy in Photos

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

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Welcome to Italy in Photos, a mesmerizing visual experience that unveils the hidden treasures of Lazise: – Lazise is a lovely 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.

Lungolago Marconi is a street in Lazise which runs from Viale Roma to Via Fontana. (Photos 1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8-9-10) – Piazza A. Paternio is a small square in Lazise. It is near the shore of Lake Garda, the largest lake in Italy. The square is named after Aleardo Paternio, a local poet and patriot who fought for the unification of Italy in the 19th century. The square is surrounded by historical buildings, such as the medieval castle of Lazise, the church of San Nicolò, and the former customs house. The square is also a popular spot for tourists, who can enjoy the view of the lake, the local cuisine, and the cultural events that take place there. – Via Fontana is a street in Lazise which runs from Via Fontana to Via Fontana. (Photos 11-12-13) – (Photos 14-15) – Via Castello is a street in Lazise which runs from Piazza A. Paternio to Via Porta del Lion. (Photos 16-17-24-25) – Via Porta del Lion is a street in Lazise which runs from Piazza Vittorio Emanuele to Via Rosenheim. (Photos 18-22-23) – Via Rosenheim is a street in Lazise which runs from Via Porta del Lion to Via Pra’ del Principe. (Photos 18-22) – Via Rosenheim is a street in Lazise which runs from Via Porta del Lion to Via Pra’ del Principe. (Photos 19-23) – Parco Giochi, is a playground in the town of Lazise, in the province of Verona, Italy. It is also known as Play Village, and it offers a variety of fun and entertainment for children and families. Some of the attractions include inflatable games, rides, mini golf, pedal go-karts, and constructions. The playground is in a well-defined space, close to the lake and the town walls, with a view of the medieval castle of Lazise. (Photos 20-21) – Piazza Vittorio Emanuele is a popular square in Lazise, Italy. It is a great place to take a stroll and enjoy the beautiful surroundings. The square was once used as a marketplace, but now it is home to many bars and restaurants. At the end of the square, you will find a small harbor surrounded by the Dogana Veneta, the Chiesa San Nicolò, and a beautiful row of houses. (Photos 26-29) – Piaztta Don Giovani Acostini can be close to the Porta San Zeno and Via Porta. It is home to the Chiesa parrocchiale dei Santi Zenone e Martino. (Photo 27) – Chiesa parrocchiale dei Santi Zenone e Martino is a beautiful church in Lazise. The church has a neoclassical style and features columns supporting the entablature that are finished with a decoration in Corinthian style. The church was built inside the fortress of Lazise as a chapel of the St. Martin’s parish church, located outside the walls. The first documents attesting the existence of this church date back to the 12th century. The church is in the historic centre of Lazise, near Porta San Zeno. The church’s white facade and decorated columns resemble a temple of Ancient Rome. The church has a tall white bell tower, square-shaped, with the clock below. Inside the building, you will see two side altars belonging to the previous church, with the idea of connecting the old church with the new one. In addition, you will find some pieces of art such as the Pala of St. Martin, the Via Crucis, the Pala of Sacred Heart, and the Christ. (Photo 27) – Via Porta is a street in Lazise which runs from Via Gardesana to Piazza Vittorio Emanuele. (Photo 28) – Corso Ospedale, is a street in Lazise which runs from Piazza Vittorio Emanuele to Corso Cangrande. (Photos 30-33-35-37) – Calle Prima, is a street in Lazise which runs from Corso Ospedale to Calle Seconda. (Photo 31) – Calle Seconda is a street in Lazise which runs from Corso Ospedale to Calle Prima. (Photo 32) – Via Arco is a street in Lazise which runs from Corso Ospedale to Lungolago Marconi. (Photo 34) – Via Albarello is a street in Lazise which runs from Corso Ospedale to Lungolago Marconi. (Photo 36) – Via Cansignorio is a street in Lazise which runs from Corso Ospedale to Via Bastia. (Photos 38-39) – Via Bastia is a street in Lazise which runs from Porta Cansignorio to Lungolago Marconi. (Photo 40)

Lazise Cuisine: – Lazise has a rich culinary tradition, influenced by the lake, the mountains, and the nearby cities of Verona and Venice. Some of the special dishes you can enjoy in Lazise are: – Pasta e fasoi: – A hearty soup made with pasta and beans, flavoured with rosemary, sage, and garlic. It is a typical dish of the Veneto region, often served with bread or polenta. – Bigoli con le sarde: – A type of thick, whole-wheat spaghetti with sardines, anchovies, onions, and parsley. This dish is popular in the coastal areas of Lake Garda, where fresh fish is abundant. – Risotto al radicchio: – A creamy rice dish with radicchio, a type of red chicory that has a bitter and crunchy taste. The radicchio is cooked with butter, white wine, and cheese, and gives the risotto a distinctive colour and flavour. – Torta di mele: – A simple and delicious apple cake, made with eggs, flour, sugar, butter, and lemon zest. The apples are sliced and arranged on top of the batter, creating a moist and fruity dessert.enjoy in Lazise are: – Pasta e fasoi: – A hearty soup made with pasta and beans, flavored with rosemary, sage, and garlic. It is a typical dish of the Veneto region, often served with bread or polenta. – Bigoli con le sarde: – A type of thick, whole-wheat spaghetti with sardines, anchovies, onions, and parsley. This dish is popular in the coastal areas of Lake Garda, where fresh fish is abundant. – Risotto al radicchio: – A creamy rice dish with radicchio, a type of red chicory that has a bitter and crunchy taste. The radicchio is cooked with butter, white wine, and cheese, and gives the risotto a distinctive color and flavor. – Torta di mele: – A simple and delicious apple cake, made with eggs, flour, sugar, butter, and lemon zest. The apples are sliced and arranged on top of the batter, creating a moist and fruity dessert.

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Photo Gallery of  Walk  – Lungolago to Via Bastia
Approximately 1.65 km – 1.03 miles

The walk starts in Lungolago – Lungolago Marconi – Via Fontana – Piazza A. Paternio – Via Castello – Via Porta del Lion – Via Rosenheim – Parco, Via Rocca – Walk back to Via Porta del Lion and them back along Via Castello to Piazza A. Paternio – Via Fontana – Piazza Vittorio Emanuele – Corso Ospedale – Via Cansignorio  – Via Bastia