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A holiday with a mixture of culture and traditions

From First World War locations to Gabriele d'Annunzio's Vittoriale degli Italiani, not forgetting the old lemon-houses

A cultural vacation is an innovative formula which combines leisure and culture in a “smart” holiday. A chance to turn your holiday into an opportunity for personal edification and regenerate the mind and body.

First World War locations at Passo Nota, Val Cerese and Fortini

Limonaie, or lemon-houses, are still to be found on the shores of Lake Garda. They are characteristic hothouses where citrus fruits were grown commercially starting in the late 17th century. Some lemon-houses have been restored and are open to the public

The Polo Cartiario (Paper Centre) in Maina Inferiore is a fascinating old production complex now converted into an exhibition centre and museum illustrating the various phases in the history of local paper production.

A monumental complex which Gabriele d'Annunzio developed between 1921 and 1938 when he went to live on the western shore of Lake Garda. Not just a residence but a conglomeration of buildings, roads, squares, theatres, parks and water features.

Unique in Italy and Europe for its display design and venue, the Museum of Brescia is housed in a convent founded by the Lombards and takes visitors on a journey through history...

The Museum of Modern & Contemporary Art of Trento and Rovereto is run by the Province of Trento. The museum houses mostly works of modern and contemporary art.

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