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QUAD TOUR 1.5 Hours

QUAD TOUR 1.5 Hours - Lonato, Italy

Duration: 2 to 3 hours
Location: Lonato, Italy

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Adrenaline, breathtaking views, exclusive and secret observation points,
Technical passages in total safety, tasting of typical products and much more ...
An unforgettable experience south of Lake Garda, 10 minutes from the Milan-Venice motorway.

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Stop At: Rocca di Solferino, Via Vicinale di Castello 1, 46040 Solferino Italy

The Rocca di Solferino, also known as Spia d'Italia, is a historic building in Solferino, located in the highest point of the province of Mantua. Located near the monumental ossuary of the same name and the Risorgimento Museum in Solferino and San Martino, it is a unique panoramic view.

Duration: 30 minutes

Pass By: Castellaro Lagusello, Monzambano Italy

The village stands on a small hill overlooking a heart-shaped lake ... More info ›

Adrenaline, breathtaking views, exclusive and secret observation points,
Technical passages in total safety, tasting of typical products and much more ...
An unforgettable experience south of Lake Garda, 10 minutes from the Milan-Venice motorway.

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This is a typical itinerary for this product

Stop At: Rocca di Solferino, Via Vicinale di Castello 1, 46040 Solferino Italy

The Rocca di Solferino, also known as Spia d'Italia, is a historic building in Solferino, located in the highest point of the province of Mantua. Located near the monumental ossuary of the same name and the Risorgimento Museum in Solferino and San Martino, it is a unique panoramic view.

Duration: 30 minutes

Pass By: Castellaro Lagusello, Monzambano Italy

The village stands on a small hill overlooking a heart-shaped lake. The lake and the castle, dating back to 1100-1200, give the name to the small village that is part of the association of the most beautiful villages in Italy. 2011, the Fondo Tacoli site in Castellaro Lagusello, being one of the 111 pile-dwelling archaeological sites located in the Alps and in the adjacent areas, has become part of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites within the supranational site called Ancient settlements in the Alps

Pass By: Santuario Santa Maria della Pieve, Via Pieve 4, 46040, Cavriana Italy

The building, which stands isolated on a hill, is one of the most important and best preserved Romanesque churches in the Mantua area. Inside there are medieval frescoes and Risorgimento stems

Pass By: Palazzo Gonzaga, Via Beata Paola Montaldi, 15, 46049 Volta Mantovana MN, Italy

 palace was built around 1450 by Ludovico III Gonzaga, II marquis of Mantua and by his wife Barbara of Brandenburg as a country villa, between the moraine hills and in the healthy climate of the nearby Lake Garda, close to a tower and a stretch of defense walls of the village. Suggestive is the Italian garden, built at the beginning of the sixteenth century on four asymmetrical floors, with a panoramic terrace designed according to the patterns of a monastic cloister. The stone columns come from monasteries and convents suppressed in the Napoleonic era that were saved and brought to embellish the garden.

Pass By: Castello di Pozzolengo, Via Castello, 13, 25010 Pozzolengo BS, Italy

The castle of Pozzolengo was built between the IX century and the X century in order to defend the local population from the continuous invasions of the Magyars. In the second half of the 13th century the fortification was enlarged and, around 1300, the church of San Lorenzo was built inside, of which the apse and some fragments of the fresco that covered it, depicting Jesus and the evangelists are still visible. .

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