Arts and Culture
Art and culture on Lake Garda – this involves numerous small music and theatre festivals just as much as the widely known opera in Verona. This includes prehistorical, antique and medieval monuments as well as modern, strange and futuristic pieces of art. The influences of many emperors as well as ordinary people, who for centuries have been attracted by the beauty of the Lake are making the region around Lake Garda one of the most varied cultural sceneries in Europe.
The first olive oil museum in Italy. Here you can learn many interesting facts about the olive oil, which of course you can also try.
Since 1991, the Zeni wine museum exists in Bardolino. Looking at numerous objects, equipment and photos, the visitor undertakes a journey through the world of wine and its history.
The boat moves away from the shore and begins its journey towards the city, helped on by the force of our paddles and the river current...
Ort: San Felice
The largest island of the lake is a property of the Cavazza family. Part of the villa and the botanical gardens, however, are open to the public.
Gianni Caproni Aviation Museum at Trento is part of the Museums of the Trentino. It's dedicated to the aircraft pioneer who collected many historical models and started this interesting exhibition.
The MUSE or Museum delle Scienze of Trento and is a highly modern museum designed by Renzo Piano in Trento.
On 6.000 m2 the MART museum presents a first class selection of modern and contemporary art.
The Museo Nicolis is dedicated to the development of cars, techniques and mechanics of the last two centuries.
Ort: Gardone Riviera
The patriotic soldier and famous poet Gabriele d ́Annunzio (1863-1938) created the Vittoriale degli Italiani. In the year 1923 the passionate patriot bequeathed this monument of victory to “his” people, for whom he had been fighting for the whole of his life.
Foto: Thilo Weimar - gardasee.de