Lake Garda is the largest lake in Italy. Its wider part to the south is surrounded by morainic hills created by the glacier recession, while the narrow northern part is enclosed by the mountains giving it its fjord-shaped configuration and a rather mild Mediterranean climate.
The luminous environment, temperate climate, and flourishing vegetation – mainly olive and lemon groves, palms, cypresses, oleanders and orange trees – along with the majestic landscapes are the background to the remarkable historical and cultural remains spread all around and make this lake the most charming in Italy.
Given the intense colour of its water with a marked shade of blue and unequalled transparency, Lake Garda is a unique spot where visitors and guests can enjoy a holiday full of relaxation, sports, fun and the thrill of discovering new places.
The ingredients of its winning combination are the sun, the beaches, as well as the beauty of the scenery.
In addition to its historic, cultural and culinary attractions, Lake Garda offers sailing facilities as well as sport facilities such as mountain-biking and paragliding.
It is found in a strategic position within easy reach of the main national and international airports, the nearest being Verona, approximately 15 km.
Another important airport is Bergamo-Orio al Serio, about 80 km from the lake.
Personalized transfer services are available to and from all the localities on the lake.
The Milan (Linate and Malpensa) and Venice airports are about 100 km from Lake Garda.
Hotels and Congress Centres
About 700 hotels (more than 100 rated 4- and 5- stars) for a total of 40,000 rooms
Max capacity in the same meeting room : 1,200 guests.
Total expo are: 10,500 sf