It is one of the more characteristic towns on the east Coast of the homonymous biggest lake in Italy: the Lake of Garda. Garda is only 32 kilometres (20 miles) from the city of Verona, and is one of the smallest towns in the whole province.
The old village of Garda: narrow streets where you can walk between the promenade, Villa Albertini (16th century), the Captain's Palace which is a Venetian Palace (14th century), Villa Carlotti and the 18th-century church dedicated to the Assumption of the Virgin Mary.
The old Rock of Garda: it stands 300 m over the town and offers to visitors a wonderful sight over the whole lake, over the same rise it is located the 15th century Carmelite monastery.
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