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Garda Thermal Park Entry Ticket
"The ticket is valid for one entrance to the Thermal Park of Garda with the opportunity of bathing in the lakes with thermal water the use of whirlpools and baths at different temperatures the changing rooms (toilets showers hairdryer safety box) and the relax room.The Thermal Park of Garda is a 'unique natural spa' of 13 acres surrounded by rare plants and trees with thermal lakes swimming pools
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Boat Tour of Garda Island
"Hop aboard your sightseeing boat in Sirmione and cruise onto the calm waters of Lake Garda with your guide. Widely considered among the prettiest spots in all of Italy Lake Garda is home to rolling vineyards and breathtaking views with colonial history dating back centuries. During your 1.5-hour cruise take in top attractions such as Greek-American soprano Maria Callas’ villa and the ancient Roman Grottoes of Catullus. Cruise gracefully around the San Biagio Island and Garda Island and gaze over the Gothic-Venetian palace and beautiful lawns for which the region is famous. Drift beneath the mighty Rocca di Manerba where sheer cliffs plummet down to the lakeside and upgrade your tour to enjoy a refreshing aperitif on Garda Island. After completing your tour of the lake
From EUR200.00
 
Boat Tour of Punta San Vigilio
"An hour and a half tour leaving from the peninsula of Sirmione where you can admire the ex-villa of Maria Callas the SPA beauty farm Aquaria the sulphur springs in the water of the lake and the greatest Roman construction in the North of Italy the Grotte di Catullo. After getting to the farthest end of Sirmione we will go past the east coast of the lake with the 'Baia delle Sirene' and the wonderful San Vigilio. San Vigilio had Winston Churchill and Prince Charles among its illustrious figures. In this picturesque landscape
From EUR200.00

More Warnings and Dangers in Valeggio sul Mincio

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Italian language and beds

When we finally arrived to Cacciatore hotel in the evening 2 days before the meeting started, we first were offered a room in a different building of the hotel. It had one double bed :-). But...
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Golf-cart in... two and half an hour!

There is rental (noleggio) of both golf-carts and bicycles located opposite to the entrance to Sigurta gardens. Sweet mother of Giampiero (giampiero6) wanted to hire a golf-cart but he got to know...
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Sunk French warning :-)

There is a warning sign, on my picture, put in one of ponds of Sigurta Gardens. The warning is written in four languages: Italian, German, English and French but the French part is sunk, thus mostly...
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Wait, wait, wait!

There was large contrast between empty, lazy center of Valeggio sul Mincio and busy, crowded at places, Sigurta Gardens at sunny, Sunday midday in May. There are only four very small bars for visitors...
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Don't they like French language?

Both a leaflet on the Sigurta Gardens I got at the entrance and all information signs were written exclusively in the three languages: Italian, English and German. Hmm... I was surprised that the...
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You will be insisted!

Never mind, who you are and where you are from, you will be insisted to sign the flag, on my picture, for crazy VT-er nicknamed matcrazy1. He almost always brings his national white and red flag of...
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To drink it or not to drink?

Probably most of you were many times warned not to eat or drink (while travelling abroad) anything except "safe food" like bottled water, food made by well-known producers and sold in restaurants,...
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Watch for young drivers :-)

Whenever you drive a car in Italy watch for some drivers:- young boys, well, especially in top class Ferrari;- excuse, old ladies in glasses;- American drivers who hired a car with manual...
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Warnings for smoking and non-smking

Warning for non-smokingIn few cheap, local bars/restaurants smoking is allowed and at least Scaligero bar was full of older guys, mostly smoking cigarettes. And smoking outdoors is always...
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No public toilets/restrooms

There were no public toilets/restrooms in center of Valeggio sul Mincio or I didn't find any. Well, maybe they were inside the Town Hall (Municiopio). But they were in pubs/bars. Add five toilets put...
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Chiuso = closed

Most Italian restaurants are closed at least at one day (different) of a week, never on Saturday or Sunday though as these days are the busiest. Sometimes a restaurant is additionally closed in the...
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No dogs allowed :-(

Italy, in general, is not especially dog friendly country in cotrast to probably the most dog friendly in Europe, the Netherlands. And I didn't see so many elegant ladies walking elegant dogs on...
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Narrow sidewalks

The strict, tiny old town of Valeggio is closed to traffic. But, even outside this area, the sidewalks along streets are narrow or very narrow. Additionally they are used not only by pedestrians but...
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Unseen names of streets

Unfortunatelly, names of streets, were almost unseen while I was driving around Valeggio sul Mincio. They were put on walls of houses close to main intersections but probably long time ago and were...
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Things to Do Near Valeggio sul Mincio

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Grotte di Catullo

Grotte di Catullo are the remains of a large Roman villa. It was build between to the end of the 1ste century B. C. and the beginning of the 1st century A.D. Just after the entrace to the...
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Basilica di San Zeno - San Zeno Maggiore

Slightly out of the center is the impressive Basilica de St Zeno and is one of Verona's most visited churches. Its dedicated to St Zeno who is the patron saint of verona. After taking a look at the...
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Palazzo del Te

Te Palace (Italian: Palazzo del Te or better known as Palazzo Te) was our last stop in Mantova before we go to our next destination - Modena. We didn't enter, even main gate was close at time of our...
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Cathedral - Duomo di San Pietro

Duomo of San Pietro Cathedral was built in 1395-1401 during the rule of Gonzaga Family in Mantua. We don’t know how was looking like previous cathedral we only know that before previous cathedral was...
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Rio Canal

River Mincio bends around historical part of the city of Mantua like the horseshoe and Rio Canal connects two end of that shoe. So, River Mincio and Rio Canal constitute natural moat filled with water...
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Basilica di Sant'Andrea

The Basilica of Sant'Andrea is a Roman Catholic church and it is also and co-cathedral and minor basilica. This church was one of the major works of 15th-century Renaissance architecture in Northern...
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"Great meeting in charming little town :-)"
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"Valeggio sul Mincio"
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"Greetings from Valeggio - Euro Meet 2005"
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"EUROMEET2005 - THE BEST EVER"
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"Valeggio sul Mincio/Valès sul Mèns"
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