Lazise appears today as a small village with a clear medieval imprint, characterized by walls, castle, gates and alleys. The municipality also includes the nearby hamlets of Colà, moved inland, and of Pacengo.
The symbolic building of Lazise is the Antica Dogana Veneta, a monumental construction of the fourteenth century commissioned by Cangrande della Scala as his own ship on the lake
The other building that characterizes the center of Lazise is the Scaliger Castle: built in the Middle Ages on the remains of the Roman era, it maintains its austere and mysterious charm intact.
Among the religious buildings in Lazise, the most photographed is undoubtedly the small church of San Nicolò: it is a simple building, but due to its position close to the small port it is particularly romantic and evocative. Romanesque style
In the surroundings of Lake Garda there is another lake not to be missed, truly special… in fact there are two! These are the thermal water lakes in the park of Villa dei Cedri, an elegant neoclassical villa built between the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries
There is a slice of tourists who come to Lazise solely for rest and relaxation: their favorite activity is sunbathing on the beaches of the lake and occasionally taking a refreshing dip.
When it comes to amusement parks in Italy, the first name that comes to mind is Gardaland. Opened in 1975, this historic park now has around 40 attractions to which is added a busy program of entertainment and shows.
Just 10 km from the center of Lazise there is a green oasis populated by animals from all over the world: the Parco Natura Viva, the zoo of Lake Garda.SEE ALL EVENTS
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