Music & Concert Tour To Lake Garda
Picturesque Lake Garda offers so many ways to rest and play in between performances and cultural excursions for music group tours.
We’ll make arrangements for performances in beautiful venues and exciting learning opportunities.
The Roman amphitheatre at Verona
Adrenaline rides at Gardaland amusement park
The elegant art and architecture of Venice
Cable car ride to Monte Baldo
*Excursion fees may not be included in this tour – please contact us to learn more.
Take to the water for a relaxing perspective on the shoreline and islands of Lake Garda. Any size of group can enjoy a boat tour to soak up the scenery, which varies from stunning craggy mountains to rich countryside with vineyards, cypress trees and olive groves. Stop off at one of the pretty lakeside towns and enjoy a delicious ice cream at one of the water front ‘gelaterias’.
For a spectacular view over Lake Garda there is nothing that beats a ride on the Malcesine cableway, to the top of Monte Baldo. The cable car is unique in that it slowly rotates, offering 360-degree views. On a clear day you can see the whole of the lake, from Riva to Peschiera del Garda. In winter, the Monte Baldo slopes host a vibrant ski season of sport and entertainment.
On the banks of the River Adige, enchanting Verona has timeless monuments, a picturesque town center, and a romantic reputation as the setting of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet. It’s dotted with pretty palazzi, elegant squares and medieval gems. Verona draws hordes of tourists, especially during the summer season of open-air opera in the Roman amphitheatre.
The top amusement park in Italy, this was ranked fifth best in the world by Forbes magazine. Set on the south-eastern banks of the Lake of Garda, the park is built upon themed areas, with a diverse range of attractions to suit all age groups. There are adrenaline rides such as the Raptor and Blue Tornado, and adventure rides like Jungle Rapids for students to let off steam.
After travelling and performing, it’s refreshing to make a splash at this sprawling waterpark. Students who want to relax can float down the lazy river, or hang out in the turquoise waters of the Blue Lake. And those looking for adrenaline can tackle the gnarly Stukas Boom, or any number of other slides, from Black Hole 2 to the Waterjump.
A day trip to the elegant city of Venice is well worth the journey from Lake Garda. Set on a lagoon, it is known for its architecture and art collections, many housed in fine palazzos, as well as its rich musical heritage – it gave the world Vivaldi. Students can travel along the canals, explore the warren of alleyways and visit historic churches.
Cool off on a trip to a little nature reserve that is home to the Varone waterfalls. These can be seen from two different observation points, firstly in the lower cave where you can see the last phase of the waterfall. The second observation point, the upper cave, is 40m further up and from here you can see the full force of the waterfall.
Students can find out about the expertise involved in making Bardolino wine, by touring one of the many wine cellars. The best is Cantina Caorsa – the grapes grown here account for two thirds of the wine made in Bardolino.Visit the Museo del Vino to see how vintners take grapes from the nearby hillsides and transform them into an award-winning drink.
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