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Lago di Garda, Brescia, Italy -

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Limone

Limone

Cave restaurant is located underneath the Grotta Palazzese hotel in the small town of Polignano a Mare, Italy. Offers breathtaking views of the Adriatic Sea.

Check Out Grotta Palazzese, the Cave Restaurant in Italy

Cave restaurant is located underneath the Grotta Palazzese hotel in the small town of Polignano a Mare, Italy. Offers breathtaking views of the Adriatic Sea.

Sirmione, Lake Garda, Italy, I saw this place in 2012, it's really wonderful!

Sirmione, Lake Garda, Italy, I saw this place in 2012, it's really wonderful!

Manarola, Italy at dusk.  The Cinque Terre (five lands) has to be one of the most famous landmarks of the Italian Riviera. The five lands which are RioMaggiore, Manarola, Corniglia, Vernazza and Monterosso joined UNESCO's list of World Heritage Sites back in 1998 and really is one of Italy's best preserved areas, in terms of both the history of its people and its natural scenery.

Manarola, Italy at dusk. The Cinque Terre (five lands) has to be one of the most famous landmarks of the Italian Riviera. The five lands which are RioMaggiore, Manarola, Corniglia, Vernazza and Monterosso joined UNESCO's list of World Heritage Sites back in 1998 and really is one of Italy's best preserved areas, in terms of both the history of its people and its natural scenery.

Riva del Garda, lac de Garde, Lombardie

Riva del Garda, lac de Garde, Lombardie

Lake Garda is Italy's largest and most visited lake. The lake is 51km long but only 17km wide at its widest point in the south. The distance around the lake is 158km.

Lake Garda is Italy's largest and most visited lake. The lake is 51km long but only 17km wide at its widest point in the south. The distance around the lake is 158km.

Made in Italy

Made in Italy

The Italian Lake District in the north of Italy has been a fashionable destination since Roman times. The lakes, from Lake Orta in the west to Lake Garda in the east, differ in size and character. Their shores, home to sleepy lakeside towns and busy water sport resorts alike, still retain a mystery and magic that attracts numerous visitors every year.

Where to stay in Italian Lakes

The Italian Lake District in the north of Italy has been a fashionable destination since Roman times. The lakes, from Lake Orta in the west to Lake Garda in the east, differ in size and character. Their shores, home to sleepy lakeside towns and busy water sport resorts alike, still retain a mystery and magic that attracts numerous visitors every year.

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