Friday, 22 January 2010 20:20
Picturesque views, unforgettable scenery, numerous varieties of flowers, all on a surface that extends for 600,000 sq m: it seems the description of a piece of paradise, it is actually much closer than you can think. A short walk from Lake Garda and Volta Mantovana, stands Sigurtà Park, a perfect fusion of a park, a wooded area marked by tall trees and a garden, an area bordered by flower beds where flowers grow and ornamental plants. In this pleasant place you can admire the most ancient and majestic European plants.
Water park Gardaland and Caneva
Friday, 22 January 2010 20:16
From the farm are also just the amusement park Gardaland and Caneva water park.
Lazise and Colà
Friday, 22 January 2010 20:15
Do not miss visiting the nearby Volta Mantovana, the country and his village of Lazise and Colà, for the Castle, and for Villa Cedars and him park, in a territory rich in history and culture, which enjoys the benefits climate that the great lake of Garda offers to places that surround it. Temperate climate and abundance of water, in the context of the sunny environment Gardes, are the elements that allowed the optimal development of this refreshing oasis.
Friday, 22 January 2010 20:15
Venice is the capital of region Veneto. Has been for more than a millennium capital of the Republic of Venice and for this reason is known as "La Serenissima" or the "Ruling". For the peculiarities and planning for the priceless treasures of artistic, Venice is universally considered one of the most beautiful cities in the world and ranks among the UNESCO world heritage: this factor has helped make it the second Italian city after Rome with the highest flow of tourists, mostly from abroad.
Friday, 22 January 2010 20:14
In Mantua, a city of history, art and culture you can admire Palazzo The, Palazzo Ducale, the Castle, the rotunda of San Lorenzo and, finally, the church of S.Andrea, whose dome was designed by Brunelleschi.
Friday, 22 January 2010 20:13
The town was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO for its urban structure and its architecture: Verona is a beautiful example of a city that has developed progressively and uninterruptedly over two thousand years, incorporating artistic elements of the highest quality for different time periods that have followed, is also in an exceptional way the concept of the fortified city in the most crucial stage of European history. Is the background also one of the most beautiful works of Shapkespeare, Romeo and Juliet. The city lies along the banks of the Adige river, at the point where this comes in the Po Valley and forms a characteristic double meander, some thirty miles east of Lake Garda. It is situated 59 meters above sea level, at the foot of the mountains south of Appendix Lessini: Colle San Pietro.
Friday, 22 January 2010 20:05
Volta Mantovana is immersed in the beautiful and evocative of the Mincio Park, an oasis of greenery that accompanies the path of the river to the village Le Grazie, renowned for the sanctuary and for the annual festival of Madonnari. The church of Santa Maria delle Grazie was built between 1399 and 1406 by order of Francesco I Gonzaga. The laying of the cornerstone took place following an outbreak of plague which spares the city, thanks to the intercession of the Madonna. In a marshy lake area and where workers are forced to play with the magical land from which to draw their livelihoods, the Christian faith is joined in the prayers that are still targeted to the ancient gods of vegetation and the Moon, Lady of the Cycles birth and death.
Borgetto and Valeggio on the Mincio
Friday, 22 January 2010 20:04
Borghetto and Valeggio on the Mincio, two adjacent villages, not far from Volta Mantovana, are actractive not only for their naturalistic setting, but also for the presence of some historic buildings.
Friday, 22 January 2010 20:01
The farm is six miles from the picturesque medieval village of Castellaro Lagusello, whose main feature is the walls still intact. The village rises on a hill, overlooking a small lake in the shape of heart. All around the morainic hills rise the Garda, a few miles from the shores of the lake. The current castle dates from 1100-1200 and owes its origin to the Scaligeri family, even if, because of its strategic location, the border was soon involved in disputes between Verona and Mantua, finishing holds from time to time of the Visconti, of the Gonzaga and of the Serenissima Repubblic of Venice.
Friday, 22 January 2010 19:58
The town of Volta Mantovana is known for its beautiful gardens and Gonzaga palace, summer residence of the family of Mantua, the Gonzaga note. The fortified town of Volta Mantovana stands on the amphitheater moraine of the Garda and has an ancient history began with the attendance of men of Middle Bronze Age and continued with the colonization Etruscan - Roman due to the proximity of the street Postumia. The villa is characterized for the remarkable frescoes from cornice stamps, and three monumental chimneys. The interior, divided into ground floor and first floor, is enriched by frescoes and decorations on the wooden ceilings. The south side of the building is attached the oratory with the apse frescoes dedicated to the Nativity of Our Lady.