Escorted Rail Tours to Bardolino
Relax by Lake Garda
Set on the eastern shore of Lake Garda, the charming town of
Bardolino is a popular wine-producing town, as well as one of the
lake's most charming tourist destinations. Having been settled by
the Romans, Bardolino then passed into the Republic of Venice from
about the 12th century, before finally becoming part of a united
Italy in the 1860s.
More about Bardolino
Thanks to its long history, today the town has retained an
historic centre, with narrow cobbled streets leading to the
waterfront, each lined with pretty pastel-coloured houses. Around
the busy harbour, there is also an array of medieval stonework,
such as the famous San Giovanni Gate and the beautiful 9th century
Church of San Zeno.
With so much to recommend it, Bardolino has remained a very
popular place to visit whilst around Lake Garda.