A great way to see Lake Garda is from the water and ferries make it easy to cross from one side of the lake to the other.
Most towns around the lake have a weekly market where you can purchase freshly caught fish, meats, cheeses, fruit and vegetables, and other tasty treats.
If there’s one thing you must do when you visit Lake Garda with kids it is eat gelato, pizza, or pasta – or all three! Not only do most kids love these three Italian specialties, but they are also cheap and readily available.
If you’re looking for amazing viewpoints, you won’t find much more beautiful than the views at the top of the Rocca di Garda hill, which overlooks Bardolino to the left and Garda Town to the right.
The Torre Apponale is a 34-metre-high clock tower dating back to the 13th century which overlooks Piazza III November, the main square.