Study tours to Lake Garda

Lake Garda, Nothern Italy, Limone sul Garda
 

Study tours to Lake Garda

Ready for a different kind of study tour? Visit Lake Garda and engage in a bunch of outdoor activities. At the same time you are staying in one of the most beautiful parts of Italy, right at the footsteps of the Alps and not far from Verona.

The mild climate, stunning scenery, unique history and culture - and not to forget, the delicious Italian kitchen, are all elements that make a successful group tour to Lake Garda.

Accommodation

You will be accommomdated in one of the many campgrounds found near the shores of Lake Garda. A variety of caravans, bungalows and apartments are available. Learn more about accommodation options in Lake Garda.

What's included

All our group tours to Lake Garda includes:

  • 4 nights in a maxi caravan, bungalow or apartment (4-6 persons) incl. gas, light, water, bed linen, towels and cleaning.
  • Check-in guide and briefing at the residence
  • Full-day bike rental incl. equipment and transportation to / from residence
  • Half-day English speaking guide / bike instructor.
    Meals are not included

What to do at Lake Garda?

Mountain Biking at Lake Garda is very popular

The area surrounding Lake Garda is ideal for outdoor activites during spring, summer and autumn. Activities include:

  • Mountain biking
  • Trekking
  • High roping obstacle course
  • Canoeing
  • Sailing and wind surfing
  • ...and various other types of teambuilding

See more under Activities.

What to see around Lake Garda

Visit Malcesine on the north eastern shores of Lake Garda

In addition to the activities, you should also consider paying a visit to one or more of the following places and attractions, which are all within reach of a daytrip from Lake Garda. 

Parco Rocca Manerba

Breathtaking views of the Garda Lake and its shores. Archaeological evidence suggests that people have lived here for centuries and the ruins of the site goes back to the Middle Ages.

Isola del Garda

Privately owned island in the middle of Lake Garda. The island has been used as a burial site, pirate refuge and as a fortress. Today a magnificent villa decorates
the island.

Il Vittorio degli Italiani

A large area with sumptuous buildings, fountains, beautiful gardens, museums, a mausoleum and even an outdoor theater.

Saló

Charming town on the western shore with Lake Garda's longest boardwalk.

Malcesine and Monte Baldo

Malcesine is a lovely old town at the foot of the 2.218 meters high Monte Baldo. Attractions include cosy streets, the ancient castle Castello Scaligero and of course the cable car to the top of Monte Baldo.

Gardaland

Italy's biggest theme park and resort is open from mid-April to end-September. It's place to have fun, dive into a sea of discoveries, see your dreams come true or embark on a fantastic adventure… Select an experience and find out when you can enjoy it!

Verona

Verona has a rich historical heritage. Long divided by foreign invasion, the city is all about love of art and culture, as testified by its monuments, museums and theatres.

Agroturismo

Why not visit an italian vine yard or an olive orchard.

 

How to get to Lake Garda?

KILROY can help organise your trip to Lake Garda. You will fly to Milan, Verona or Venice and transfer by bus to Lake Garda.

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