What is to see

A Land Rich in Treasures

Located in a wonderful position on the hills of Garda Veneto, in an area that goes from the beaches to the 2200 meters of the peaks of Monte Baldo, and well served by motorways and expressways, Relais Borgo Romantico will allow you to easily reach the unmissable destinations of the entire area.
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Visit, taste, discover...

In this map we would like to offer you some tips on places to visit, places to taste and people to know, around our Borgo Romantico. The villages, the views, the paths we love, but also restaurants, pizzerias and bars where we feel good. Certainly we forget something, but in the meantime we hope to be useful to you.
By clicking on the small arrow on the top left of the map, you can choose by type from Places, Restaurants and Routes, helped by short presentations. Let us know how it wen.

Christmas Markets

Even in winter Lake Garda does not lose its magic. The climate remains mild and rarely drops below zero; theme parks and restaurants are open and historic villages are filled with colours and initiatives to greet Christmas and the arrival of the New Year.
Each lake village offers attractions, among which we recommend the following.

In Lazise from 27 November to 9 January
Starting from the lower Garda, we find Lazise with its ancient Scaliger walls, the port, shops and restaurants. Here, from 27 November to 26 December, every weekend is populated with markets, exhibitors and Christmas-themed activities. From 26 December to 9 January, every day.

In Bardolino from 27 November to 9 January
Bardolino stretches along the lake coast with a long walk that becomes the ideal stage for electric trains, skating rinks and a schedule full of events. The Carrara Bottagisio park hosts activity for families.

In Garda from 27 November to 9 January
Garda, in the center of the gulf protected by the Rocca, offers the exhibition of typical local and Christmas products and a big food and wine tent. Near the lake, a nice life-size nativity scene.
From 26 Nov. to 7 Dec. on weekends; from 8 Dec., every day.

In Malcesine from 4 December to 6 January
Malcesine is one of the most beautiful villages on the lake, with the ancient castle and the characteristic alleys. Piazza Statuto hosts the Christmas market and the playground host activities for families.
On 4,5,8,11,12 Dec. and from 18 Dec. to 6 Jan.

In Riva del G. from 19 December to 6 January
Riva del Garda, elegant and historic town, is located at the northern part of the lake, in the province of Trento. The markets are fully in keeping with the local tradition and here you can taste and buy cold cuts, cheese, wines and handicrafts typical of this region.

In Verona from 12 November to 26 December
Finally, Christmas cannot be missed in the ancient Verona. Here the magic reaches its peak, thanks to the gtrat illuminated star that joins the stands of the Roman Arena. The Arcovoli that host the exhibition of Nativity scenes from various countries. The beautiful Piazza dei Signori, which houses the characteristic wooden houses of the “Christkindlmarkt” in Nuremberg, and Ponte Pietra with its stalls. Don’t miss a visit towards sunset, between natural and party lights.

Lake Garda

Lake Garda, the largest lake in Italy, is our land and reaches three regions: Veneto, Lombardy and Trentino Alto Adige.

The lake has been surrounded by populations, eras and cultures, leaving a deep trace that can be noted by visiting the various villages that rise along its banks. Among castles, breathtaking views, cultural activities and trips by boat or bike, you will have the feeling of having dived into a corner in paradise.

Monte Baldo

With a maximum height of 2218 meters and a ridge of 40km, Monte Baldo offers splendid views in every season. The climatic influence of the lake allows the coexistence of different natural environments. For this, Monte Baldo is called the "Garden of Europe".

It is the ideal place for observing fauna and botanical species but also for hiking and mountain biking, trekking and paragliding in an extraordinary environment. Better if accompanied by guides.


Countryside and vines as far as the eye can see, where Venetian villas, small villages and ancient churches sprout. A name that says it all: one of the most reliable theories derives the name from "Vallis polis cellae", which, translated from Latin means “Valleys with many cellars”. It is here in Valpolicella that great Amarone wine derive from.

And along the Wine Route, don't miss places like S. Giorgio, the Veja Bridge and the Molina Waterfalls.


Unesco heritage, Verona is a perfect example of a Roman and medieval city, with the town structure that develops between the curves of the Adige river.

Known particularly for the immortal drama “Romeo and Juliet” by Shakespeare, which helped crown it as a city of lovers, Verona also has much more to offer, from the Roman Arena to the Shopping streets, from the significant Castelvecchio to the places of nightlife. Here life is romantic and fascinating.


A splendid city of art in Lombardy, Mantua was elected the Italian Capital of Culture in 2016. It is no wonder it is rich in history, with palaces and works of art that reflect the charm of the Italian Renaissance and its promoters – the Gonzaga family. Visit Palazzo Ducale and Palazzo del Te and enjoy one of the most beautiful sunsets from Ponte San Giorgio.

Smaller and different from Verona, immersed in the plain, it is certainly worth a visit.


Considered one of the most beautiful cities in the world, Venice is one of a kind. Among the most powerful Italian Maritime Republics, in centuries of domination over the seas, it has been enriched with unique works of art and architectural masterpieces, such as the Rialto Bridge, the Basilica of San Marco and Palazzo Ducale. Suspended like magic over the lagoon, Venice gives the illusion that everything has remained still in time.
Get lost in the streets between art and typical places.


Capital of Lombardy, Milan is the City of Fashion and Design, and one of the most populous metropolitan areas in Europe. There are many activities to do: from paying a visit to the Duomo - a symbol of the city - to the promenade in the Quadrilatero della Moda, from the Basilica of Sant’Ambrogio to the Navigli.
Feast your eyes on Galleria Vittorio Emanuele, among the high fashion boutiques, or admire works of art in the rich collection of the Pinacoteca di Brera.