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Garda is one of the resort towns along Italy's Lake Garda in the north eastern province of Verona. Located on the south eastern shoreline of the lake, Garda has always been one of the lake's main destinations. Its continual popularity comes from a lush landscape full of olive groves, an old town center with Venetian influenced architecture, and a stunning vantage point. Couples and retired friends will get the most out of the lakeside scenery with a calm relaxing break away from the noise of cities and the overcrowded Italian coastline. Hotels.com helps visitors find the best Garda hotels in the simplest way possible. We bring guests the savings they are looking for along with the locations they want. And guest's know just how good each hotel really is through our reviews from real guests.
What's Garda Like?
While the hilly landscape is full of olive groves and vineyards, Garda's town center has villas and small lanes that capture the town's wealthy Venetian past. The Gothic palace, Palazzo dei Capitano, has a popular square where one can dine at an outdoor cafe and take in the local scene. Lively outdoor markets are also a weekly feature in the town. Rocca dei Frati is a large rock formation to the south that originally was a fortress. Punta San Vigilio is close by offering a great park for walking and biking as well as glimpses of a 16th century villa where many famous people stay. Nearby is Monte Luppia featuring unique engravings that give a better sense of the area's ancient roots. Garda hotels are the perfect base from where to spend countless days soaking up the entire enchanting scenery.
Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Garda
Since there is Lake Garda and a resort town called Riva del Garda, "Garda town" is also used when referring to the actual town. Garda still has a strongly rooted fishing community which one can see in the local dishes and during the summer festivals. The region also has past ties to Austria and German foods have influenced the local cuisine as well. Basic Italian greetings and general phrases should go a long way here as English and German are more and more popular due to the heavy tourism. At Hotels.com, we take the pain out of booking Garda hotels by letting our guests pick from a refined set of options that don't just stop at location and price. In addition, guests can learn about the pluses and minuses of each hotel with our real guest reviews.