In June 2016 I went on tour to explore the Garda Lake, the largest lake in Italy. I flew to Venice and rented a car to go around the lake. Lake Garda is a popular resort for visitors, with thousands of individuals trooping in each year to picture its magnificence.
Lake Garda is Italy’s largest lake, it is blessed with a mild climate and a breathtaking landscape, with Venice to the east and Milan to the west. This expanse of water is ladle-shaped and 50 miles long. It is a popular tourist destination. The lower end of the lake has a Mediterranean flavor, which lulls the visitor into a sense of relaxation.
My first stop was in Sirmione, a community in Lombardy and one of the most popular sites on the lake. It is a small town located on the south bank of the lake.
Riva del Garda is a town in the northern province and located in the northwestern corner of the lake Garda. The weather was warm there. The lake is split between three provinces; Verona, Brescia, and Trento. It is only 65m above sea level while it’s depth is 350m.
It is the perfect place to relax, having inspired many artists. It was indeed a sight to behold and cherish. It was surely a wonderful experience worth sharing and trying again!