Astoria Lido

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Benaco n.20, Sirmione, Italy
Astoria Lido
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs about the same, but rated 13% higher than other 3 star hotels

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  • Families100
  • Couples92
  • Solo100
  • Business0

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Washing clothes while traveling in or around Sirmione

by NZLand

Has anyone had experience with washateria type facilities in Sirmione or surrounding towns?

RE: Washing clothes while traveling in or around Sirmione

by croisbeauty

Many Italian hotels have that facilitie if requested.

RE: Washing clothes while traveling in or around Sirmione

by MoreBarTime11

If the hotel doesn't have a machine to use, ask where the nearest facility is. You might also find cleaners that do it all for you (which is very handy and not terribly priced) or you will find a landromat. Either way will not be difficult.

Enjoy Sirmione, we live very near there and the area is quite nice!


Travel Tips for Sirmione


by croisbeauty

The whole place looks very pitoresque, the streets are very clean, the facades of the houses well preserved or fresh coloured, while the windows and the balconies arranged by the flowers. The whole enviroment is attractive and invaiting.

Home of Poetry

by Tom_Fields

"Sirmione on Lake Garda"

This town is famed for its poets, from Catullus to Arici to Carducci. It stands on a narrow spit of land the juts way out into Lake Garda, in the Alpine foothills of Lombardy. Unfortunately, my visit happened to be on a rainy day. But the town still exudes a certain charm and beauty.

No one knows where the name came from, perhaps a fusion of different names from different languages. The area has been inhabited since very ancient, probably Neolithic times.

In Roman times, several battles were fought in the vicinity, by the armies of Claudius, Trajan, and Constantine. Afterward, the Lombards ruled Sirmione for centuries. In 774, Charlemagne gave the land to a monastery, but then it passed to Patarine heretics. In the 13th century, the della Scala family took control. Sirmione joined the Venetian Republic in 1404, and then became part of the Cisalpine Republic, and in the 1860s part of unified Italy.

It remains a popular tourist spot. I hope your visit is on a nice, sunny day.


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