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Admire the breathtaking scenery of Lake Garda, where the crystal clear water is surrounded by dramatic mountains
Soak up the culture in the enchanting city of Venice as you wander through narrow streets and across the canals
Explore the charming picturesque towns dotted along the shore of Lake Garda
Discover the history behind the Doge's Palace or take a traditional gondola to explore Venice's picturesque canals
Venice is a city that can be enjoyed at all times of the year, although summer tends to be a busy time to visit. Spring and autumn are the best seasons to travel to Venice, as it is less crowded and the temperatures are pleasant. Lake Garda is also a year-round destination, however the major tourist season is during July and August, so the best times to visit might be May and September.
Discover the fascinating culture and breath-taking scenery of northern Italy, soaking up the hustle and bustle of vibrant Venice and getting lost in its winding canals before relaxing on the captivating shores of spectacular Lake Garda.
Begin your journey through northern Italy in the iconic city of Venice, where cobbled streets and winding canals cross paths, leading to the magnificent Piazza San Marco and the lagoon beyond. Here, impressive Venetian palazzos tower over the Grand Canal and gondolas cruise through the waters, while the backstreets and hidden canals are full of spectacular surprises.
Spend three nights at Bauer Il Palazzo, a luxurious property located just minutes from Piazza San Marco and the perfect base from which to explore this fascinating city. Take a private water taxi with an expert guide and admire the beautiful architecture overhead as you weave through romantic canals, or head into the depths of the Doge's Palace to discover the dark secrets hidden behind its majestic facade.
After discovering all that Venice has to offer, a short drive will take you to scenic Lake Garda. The largest of the Italian lakes, Garda is peppered with picturesque villages on all sides of the lake. In the north, dramatic mountains meet the water, while in the south, vineyards and olive groves dot the landscape. Spend four nights relaxing and enjoying the view at Lefay Resort, perched above Lake Garda's western shore. Unwind in the hotel's fantastic spa, or if you're still looking for adventure, spend your days exploring lakeside villages such as charming Sirmione and delightful Riva del Garda. Head to Malcesine and take the cable car high above the water to Monte Baldo for truly breathtaking views of the lake.
To finish your trip in style, you could take a private boat trip to explore Lake Garda from a whole new perspective. Sit back and relax as you cruise through the water, passing by colourful villages, with spectacular mountains rising up around you.
The Bauer Palazzo is an ultra-luxurious, boutique hotel in the heart of Venice, just a few steps from Piazza San Marco and situated on the Grand Canal. At the Palazzo guests take breakfast on Venice's highest roof terrace with panoramic views of the city.
Set on a hillside with stunning views across Lake Garda, Lefay is located within 11 hectares of national park and surrounded by gentle hills and natural terraces rich in olive trees and woods. A first class spa makes it a wonderful place to relax.
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