Verona lies but a few kilometers away. It's a city with a great concentration of some of the most important attractions in Northern Italy. For example, there is the famous amphitheater, the Arena, a beautiful monument in the winter, and bustling with life in the summer as it fills up with lovers of opera and other musical genres. The Arena attracts thousands and thousands of tourists all year round, thanks to its excellent condition, and in the summer it's the most fascinating music hall in the world, with a very exciting selection of operas. Some of the most important national and international musical artists choose to perform at the Arena. They are attracted to its enchanted bowl-like structure, offering perfect acoustics.
Furthermore, the city of Verona is well known for its intense activity as a world trade fair, attracting visitors from the entire globe, with specific and unique events such as the marble fair, "Marmomac", and the wine fair, "Vinitaly", both of global importance. William Shakespeare was also in love with fair Verona, a place with two souls: one business and one tourism, and they make the city always be a happening, with a vibrant and effervescent atmosphere.
There are top ranking amusement parks situated just a few kilometers away from the hotel, and they attract enthusiasts of all ages. Of course the most important one is Gardaland, which year-by-year improves its grounds by adding more attractions. Consequently, it is always a central reference point for aficionados of the area. But there is also Movieland and Canevaworld, points of considerable attraction and interest for those looking for excitement and tons of fun. And then there are the marvelous parks Sigurtà and Natura Viva, inviting their visitors for genuine immersion into nature, both pure and wild.
Surrounding the entire lake one discovers the most enchanted villages and ports: Sirmione, Lazise, Bardolino, Garda! They're mostly connected by charming promenades along the lake. After a sumptuous lakeside stroll you reach the quaintest village centers with fascinating artisan boutiques, also featuring delicious local foods, typical of the area, so you can take local flavors back home with you.
Punta San Vigilio is a jewel of a place, a small historical peninsula, boasting a most privileged spot on the lake: you can overlook the entirety of Italy's greatest lake.
The city of the Gonzaga family is famous for its Literature Festival, which every year attracts readers from all over the world. But the beauty of its historical center, its shops, cafés, and worldwide renowned cuisine, always make it worthwhile to visit this precious gem of a town, a dreamy microcosm, free of stress, and loaded with the most refined architecture. Mantua is very nearby, and surrounding it one discovers the Colli Morenici (morenic slopes), they too rich in tradition and boasting a great number of high-quality holiday farms.