Lungolago di Garda

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Lungolago di Garda
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Trevor M
London, UK206 contributions
May 2016 • Couples
get a day ticket for every day for boats on lake and visit many places. i had a week there and went to Riva del garda then walked to Torbole then bus back to Garda takes about a hour .its a 45 min walk great views on lake shore. Lazies and Bardolino worth a visit best on lake.The cable car ride up Malcesine and the town is a must its medial not good for wheelchair in town but cable car ride ok for wheelchaire. but go early as cable car ride gets long queues ; sirmione is good for a hour trip as is salo,Gardone and Gargnano not big towns.my poorest visits were Peschiera and Desenzano as these are a long trip from Garda. a day trip to Verona was a good day out on bus cost 8 euro.from Garda. plenty of pizza and pasta places to eat at they all charge about the same. shoping ok in lake garda but dont expect big shops mostly bags and shoes sold, the lake is very very large so you will need a few days to explore,Garda to top of lake can take Three and a half hours on boat.a place we stopped at for lunch was Brenzone nice lake side restaurant over looking lake, good service and food.next to boat station next to little harbor, tables outside its on right side as you walk of boat .Riva del Garda most expensive shops . verona good prices for shoes. markets not that good around lake they are all the same. for long distance take bus.
Written May 24, 2016
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Louise D
Livigno, Italy130 contributions
Sep 2017 • Couples
After a big pizza for lunch I practically forced my boyfriend for a walk and then TripAdvisor suggested me this walk - from Garda to Bardolino.

That was a really great walk which I can recommend highly if you also have eaten a bit too much and/or just need some fresh air and a nice walk.

The walk from Garda to the Bardolino harbor was around 40 minutes and you'll pass by cute camping spots, green areas and not to forgot - you'll walk along the lake the whole way.

P.s. We visited Garda in the middle of September and we were very lucky with the weather - maybe the walk is not that nice if it's raining crazy.
Written September 18, 2017
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kerryetate
London, UK14 contributions
Sep 2017 • Friends
Lovely views and clear, clean waters. Good ferry service to visit different areas of the lake. We stayed in Garda which was very nice and walking distance to Bardolino which was also very pretty.
All the towns around the lake are very pretty and clean with lots of nice cafes and restaurants. Also not as expensive as I had expected.
Written September 17, 2017
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PennyPeterC
London, UK36 contributions
Apr 2016 • Couples
Garda has plenty of tourist gift shops, restaurants, bars and cafés to suit all budgets and you can spend lots of time wandering around the little side streets. From the lake front you can enjoy a very pleasant walk around the shoreline along a long path leading on to a pebble beach towards punta San Vigilio. I've no doubt that in summer the whole place would be heaving with people walking, cycling and sun bathing, but on a fine day in April, the walk was almost deserted. There were just a few passers-by and small groups of cyclists so we were able to enjoy the natural tranquillity of the area and the beautiful views of the lake (including peeking over walls or through hedges to view some really stunning lake front properties).
We walked all the way around to the beautiful villa hotel at San Vigilio and I should mention that when we visited in April there was a section of the walk where we had to remove footwear and roll up trousers to paddle along the edge of the lake because the water covered the path and reached right up against the retaining walls, but on a nice sunny day it was all part of the experience!
Written April 25, 2016
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peterclye
Southport, UK48 contributions
Aug 2018 • Couples
A charming walk from the cafes for people watching in Garda to th gentle stroll to Bardolino, with the interest of the boatyard as a stop along the way.
Written September 9, 2018
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Hazel W
Liverpool, UK10 contributions
Sep 2018 • Solo
First time to Garda. Loved it. Great eating and drinking places. Very relaxed. Regular boat trips around the Lake . Great walking and cycling to Bardalino and Lazise. Get the boat back for a relaxing end to a great day.
Written September 27, 2018
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Gabriele B
Moscow, Russia172 contributions
Jun 2018 • Couples
difficult to give one opinion for such wide different destinations around the lake... i would say that its a lovely place for couple and families in different town you will have different experience with more or less tourist/locals but always a pleasant one
Written June 18, 2018
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Noraatc
Sudbury, MA28,390 contributions
Apr 2018 • Couples
Great walk, plenty of cafes, restaurants, ice cream parlors... The nicest part was to dive into the side streets and getting back to the promenade... so many shops on these old streets and looks like the restaurants there are better than in the promenade.

Written June 12, 2018
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PaulB
Maastricht, The Netherlands2,335 contributions
Aug 2017 • Couples
I guess that the Garda Lungolago belongs to the better and more beautiful promenades around Lake Garda.
Well maintained, lots of beautiful flower beds, nice bars, restaurants and shops.
Also the lakefront benches are noce to sit and relax.
Recommendable.
Written October 25, 2017
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Angus Burnett Ewart
Kirriemuir, UK1,915 contributions
Jun 2017 • Couples
In the mornings, it is so fresh to walk the length of this wonderful Italian lakeside promenade and take in all the sights. There are artisans preparing their places of work and tables and chairs to be set up. There are newcomers and old hacks about and up and ready for their day's excursions... or just a lazy seat in one of the myriad open-air pit stops along the way, each taking in the mood of the waters closeby and finding different but pleasant conclusions about it all. And in the evening there's a plethora of amblers and gamblers, cleaned up and ready for the parade. Families with young children, older people still up and awake, pretty girls and boys, lovers.
Its all magic. Come along and see it for yourself... You'll love it.
Written June 15, 2017
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