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Is a town and comune in the province of Brescia, in Lombardy (northern Italy), on the shore of Lake Garda.
Despite the presence of famous cultivations of lemons (the meaning of the city’s name in Italian), the town’s name is probably derived from the ancient lemos (elm) or limes (Latin: boundary, referring to the communes of Brescia and the Bishopric of Trento). In 1863-1905 the denomination was Limone San Giovanni.
Until the 1940s the city was reachable only by lake or through the mountains, with the road to Riva del Garda being built only in1932, but today Limone is one of the most renowned tourist resorts in the area. Wikipedia
Video – Via Caldogno to Via Lungolago Guglielmo Marconi
Approximately 0.43 km – 0.25 miles
The walk starts from a carpark in Via Caldogno – Via Fontana – Chiesa di San Benedetto – Via Cortile – Via Monsignor Daniele Comboni – Via Corda – Via Concordia – Via Porto
Please note, some of the street names were taken from the Michelin Street map for Limone Sul Garda – https://www.viamichelin.co.uk/web/Maps/Map-Limone_sul_Garda-25010-Brescia-Italy
Video 1 – Via Porto to Via Lungolago Guglielmo Marconi
Approximately 0.48 km – 0.30 miles
The walk starts in Via Porto – Piazza Giuseppe Garibaldi – Via Lungolago Guglielmo Marconi