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THE PORTAL OF THE RURAL TOURISM ON THE LAKE OF GARDA

THE PORTAL OF BRESCIA

THE EUROPEAN PORTAL OF THE LAKE of GARDA

 

        

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ball4.gif (1199 byte)Gardone Riviera

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One of the most famous climatic stations than stay of the western coast of the Lago. Wonderfull  the calm lungolago, true drawing-room of the gardesana coast.

Gardone's history as a tourist resort dates back to the end of the 19th century, when German doctors praised the therapeutic qualities of its climate, ideal especially for long holidays, That was why Luigi Wimmer a well-known personality of Austrian origins - after spending a long rest cure holiday in Gardone fell in love with this place and decided to build the first important hotel of the Riviera here. In 1881 be became mayor of Gardone and started to advertise the town in central European newspapers: sovereigns, princes  and  important persons started to visit Gardone regularly, so that it changed into a well-known tourist resort.

From 1921 to 1938 Gardone was the last home of Gabriele D'Annunzio, one of the greatest Italian writers and poets of the 20th century, hero during World War I and a man who, with his 'inimitable way of life" marked the taste of an era. His mansion, the Vittoriale, is a real fortress inside Gardone, and today is a prestigious museum.

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