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Lazise in late September?

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Lazise in late September?

We are planning on visiting Lazise from 26 Sept 2013 for a week and are having trouble finding any camping grounds that still have the pools open for the kids to use! Does anyone know of one that keeps the pools open this late in the year or know of a suitable family friendly apartment?

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1. Re: Lazise in late September?

By the end of September the weather may or may not be warm enough for a pool, you can never tell. It could be 30 degrees or it could be considerably cooler.

There are some apartments on this website, but check their location carefully as often they areba long walk from the centre.

lakegarda-exclusively.co.uk/lake-garda-apart…

A google search for 'apartments in Lazise' will give some other websites.

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2. Re: Lazise in late September?

I have been staying here for nearly 20 years with my kids (when eldest was 10months). Firstly camping (before they had maxi-caravans and a pool) and more recently in Maxicaravans.

http://www.campingspiaggiadoro.com/

Short walk into Lazise itself along the lakeside path (10mins from the bottom of the site). Avoiding the main road

There is no guarantee anywhere that the pools will be open that time of year. It is subject to weather conditions that time of year and infact any time of year.

As said above always check the EXACT physical location of any property. Do NOT rely on the property's "town address" or property's own blurb.

In italy small 1 horse towns/isolated properties do not have their own postal town and therefore have to take the nearest town as their postal address. Some areas don't even have street names - just a "region" area.

Purely as an example Lazise "addresses" spread out up to 5km south and over 1km inland - and inland is all uphill.

If you find something of interest just post again if any queries on property/location

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3. Re: Lazise in late September?

Thanks for your help! We have found an apartment IN Lazise which unfortunately has no parking.....is parking an issue in Lazise? We will have a hire car and want to make sure it is safe!

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4. Re: Lazise in late September?

Where EXACTLY is your apartment (advert link, website address etc)

You can't park IN Lazise on the street. (really need to know exactly where the apartment is).

There are a few residents parking spots in Lazise itself. There are a few Pay and Display parking bays. There are some larger carparks around the outskirts. Much depends on EXACTLY where your partment is.

On the southern end of Lazise there is a large car park. This is accessed from the mini roundabout on the Via Gardesana next to the Hotel Palazzo della Scala (down Via Pra del Principe). This was pay and display. Haven't used it for years so don't know if it still is.

If you go past the car park entrance and turn left passing the boat yard there are also parking spaces there (for free)

Other alternative is on the Via Gardesana (after the roundabout heading towards Bardolino) there is a turning to the right on the Via San Martino. This road goes to Cavaion/Caprino and the Autostrada. There is a car park on the right ~ 50m up the road. Again pay.

About 150m past this turn off (on the Via Gardesana) on the left hand side is the Parking Parco Historico which is the main Lazise "town" parking area. Again pay.

There is a small ZTL around the centre of Lazise which is restricted access to permit holders only.

Learn about ZTLs in Italy. Fines are often huge.

ZTLs are areas around often old town centres where traffic is limited to permit holders only. These are often overlooked by automatic cameras which take a picture of your number plate. The fines follow you home. In cities like Florence the fine is in excess of €100 PER OFFENCE. An offence is every time you go past a camera.

There are cameras in Lazise. The ZTL area is small anyway so you could stop (not park) nearby and walk in with your cases if your apartment is within the ZTL

The Corso Cangrande is ok. The ZTL starts to the left - so any side roads to the left (Piazzetta Beccherie)

At the end of the Corso Grande by the lake side are some parking spaces. Pay and Display. Not sure but they may be time limited. ALso can't park there on a Wednesday because that is Market day

Also pay and display on Viale Roma near Camping Municipale Lazise (so near the lake front). Again pay and display and no parking on Wednesday.

There is no "free" street parking in the vicinity

You can park up the Via Balladoro for free.

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5. Re: Lazise in late September?

We gave up on Lazise - the apartment we had found didnt have parking, and have booked in Moniga del Garda in Relais Rosa dei Venti. We got a great price, it has playground, pool and grass for kids to play on and parking. Thank you giftzwerg for all your helpful advice!! : - )

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6. Re: Lazise in late September?

I realise that you have now booked elsewhere but we stayed in Lazise 15 - 19 September last year and weather was hot and lovely. It is a good base town for visiting the towns along the lake and even day trips to Verona ( you can easily get a bus ) or train to Venice.

We also used lakegarda-exclusively.co.uk/lake-garda-apart… and stayed in apartment San Francesco which was absoltely great. It was right in the middle of the town and was clean and spacious.

With regard to car parking we had no trouble finding parking in the lot described by giftwerg on the road to Caprino, ( it is Strada Provencale 31 on Google maps), and did not pay a cent. Really the car was a hinderance as even though we were there in supposedly off season the traffic was terrible, taking three hours one afternoon to travel from Limone back to Lazise.

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