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Lake Garda Afternoon Sightseeing Cruise from Sirmione
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Lake Garda Afternoon Sightseeing Cruise from Sirmione

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Savor the scenery and sights of Lake Garda on a 4-hour afternoon cruise from Sirmione. Board a comfortable boat and sail along the lake’s western shores past islands, towns, villas, and more. Glide by the Roman Grotto of Catullus and one-time mansion of Maria Callas, see the islets of San Biagio and Garda and stop for an optional swim. Finally, take a stroll in Salò and toast views of Gardone with a glass of Prosecco.
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425robert wrote a review Nov 2019
Essex , UK69 contributions34 helpful votes
A very beautiful garden with the odd quirky touch , it’s hilly like most of this area but well worth the effort .
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Michelle M wrote a review Oct 2019
Greater London, United Kingdom45 contributions19 helpful votes
Well worth a visit. The garden is full of surprises and some of the views are amazing. There are lots of beautiful plants and some great sculptures. Some parts of the garden involve climbing up narrow, stony paths so suitable footwear is a must. The views are worth it. Refreshments are available.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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chrislilly2016 wrote a review Oct 2019
Royal Tunbridge Wells, United Kingdom27 contributions32 helpful votes
Not a large garden but surpising how much there is to see. You don'y need to be a botanist to appreciate the plants and the general design of the place. There is a small cafe at the top where you can rest for refreshments before going back down
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Date of experience: September 2019
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196rndthewrld wrote a review Oct 2019
Seattle, Washington249 contributions130 helpful votes
We visited early in the morning, a late afternoon visit would be good too to see the large amethyst geode lit up properly. It’s a beautiful garden with various winding, rustic paths leading you to see almost 100 species of plants and trees from around the world. Interspersed are Keith Haring sculptures, mosaics and Buddhist inspired niches. Easy to access from the ped/bike path along the main road. The entrance fee is €12 but worth it for the hour or two and contributing to the vast staff who keep the gardens impeccable.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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ClockworkDolly1 wrote a review Sep 2019
Upminster, United Kingdom139 contributions92 helpful votes
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Upon entering the gardens I knew that I had come to a special place. I spent 4 hours in here and found the gardens so serene and tranquil. Despite the fact that there were many people there, there was plenty of space to move around and lots of areas to just sit down and relax. Lots of tropical plants throughout, palms, cycads, yuccas, trees aplenty and also plenty of cottage-garden perennials that you might find in a typical English garden. Lots of little streams and waterfalls ran throughout the gardens, creating a wonderfully soothing sound. Lovely ponds dotted within, complete with water lillies, fish and other gems lurking beneath. I found the 12 Euros fee worth the money. But if you are not into gardening/botany/plants, you might baulk at the entrance fee. I wasn’t overly enamoured by the artwork dotted around. I was here to see the plants only, the artwork was overshadowed by the beautiful flora. If you want to spend some time relaxing away from the madness of life, then this is the place to come.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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