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    La Dolce Vita on Lake Garda.

La Dolce Vita on Lake Garda.

Lake Garda is not only the perfect spot for rest and relaxation, it's also surrounded by a number of attractions that are best explored while on a road trip. Picturesque old towns, majestic castles, and idyllic landscapes are just waiting to be discovered!

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Waypoints.

Castello do Arco.

Arco Castle is one of the best-known castles in the region. Unmistakably linked to the city of Arco, this castle offers magnificent views of the northern part of Lake Garda.

Limone Sul Garda.

Nestled in the heart of a lemon grove, the picturesque town of Limone sul Garda is the perfect spot for a long and relaxing stroll along the cliffs of Lake Garda. You can also explore the dazzling mountains and limestone

Desenzano del Garda.

Boasting a long promenade with numerous stores and restaurants, Desenzano del Garda, the largest city on Lake Garda, is the perfect detour for a day of exploration and relaxation. Feel free to take a refreshing dip in the lake on one of its many beautiful beaches.

Mercedes-Benz SL 400: fuel consumption combined: 8.6 l/100 km; CO2 emissions combined: 197 g/km.

Groten des Catullus.

The Grottoes of Catullus provide an impressive setting while taking a break on the nearby beach. Spend the day soaking up the sun before cooling off in the shallow water of the lake. On the way to the grottoes, you'll pass through the picturesque old town of Sirmione which is definitely worth a visit.

Bardolino.

Bardolino is the home of the popular wine of the same name, as well as Chiaretto rosé. While the town center is worth a visit, you definitely won't want to miss the surrounding hillside vineyards which make the Bardolino region unique.

Mercedes-Benz SL 400: fuel consumption combined: 8.6 l/100 km; CO2 emissions combined: 197 g/km.

Madonna della Corona.

The Madonna della Corona is a pilgrimage church built into a steep rocky cliff, providing for a magnificent setting like no other. A bus departs the parking area every 20 minutes and takes you directly to the church.

Malcesine.

Malcesine is often referred to the "Pearl of Lake Garda," and for good reason! Driving in the old town can be tricky, so think of parking the car in a nearby parking area and exploring the cafes and narrow streets of this picturesque town on foot.

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