Exploring Lake Garda

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Holiday to Garda village in Lake Garda, Italy (Lago di Garda)

Deciding we wanted to do an Italian Lakes / Gardasee / Lake Garda Holiday, we settled on Garda village as our hotel central spot from where we commuted each day to see the area of "Lago di Garda". If you're planning vacation holidays to Lake Garda, Italy, I'd say Garda town or Bardolino is a good spot since it's right in the middle of the coastline, so driving South or North is about 1 hour away, as opposed to staying in the South or North where driving to the other end would take about 2 hours, or more if there's traffic. Maybe Bardolino is even better than Garda because I think the choice of high quality restaurants is better, although Garda has a few gems too. I made some videos over the course of our 4 days staying in Garda, which included their market day (an art market and an antiques market), some daylight footage along the lakeside and in the small town lanes, and some evening / night time clips with all the pretty light reflections in the lake. We also stopped by Bullio gelateria since at the time of our visit it was rated the #1 gelato spot in Garda on tripadvisor - and it was indeed very good! I hope it gives a good feel of the place :) - - - Music Credits: Eagle Rock by Wes Hutchinson, Youtube Audiolibrary

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Gardasee, Lake Garda - Lazise, Malcesine, Sirmione, Limone

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Hidden Gems of Rome: Campo de' Fiori in a Day

Sean shows you all the hidden gems of Campo de' Fiori and surrounding area! For more info, visit our blog post: https://goo.gl/rZ9YUo Check out our Rome tours: https://bit.ly/2NT37Yv The Roman Guy is a Rome based tour operator that organizes some of the best tours in Rome (https://goo.gl/7Vmok3), Florence (https://goo.gl/TU4dwE) and Venice (https://goo.gl/qRbcUG). We also offer more comprehensive trip planning services! Monti - Rome Nieghborhoods blog post: https://goo.gl/sdemjC Trastevere - Rome Neighborhoods: https://goo.gl/bWECMT How to See the Colosseum without the Crowds! https://goo.gl/ClXFo3 How to Order Pizza in Rome: https://goo.gl/nIwRQv Roma How To: Ordering Coffee https://goo.gl/OlJWHq The Trevi Fountain: 5 Things You Didn't Know https://goo.gl/iGxa57 Best Tips for Visiting Florence https://goo.gl/MSRuH8 Music: Bushwick Tarantella by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1300002 Artist: http://incompetech.com/ Sounds: This video uses these sounds from freesound: •Money metal coin by Deatlev ( https://www.freesound.org/people/Deatlev/ ) •Locking a door_02 by Dymewiz ( https://www.freesound.org/people/Dymewiz/ ) •Spaceship Atmosphere 05 by Tristan_Lohengrin ( https://www.freesound.org/people/Tristan_Lohengrin/ ) Hi. Welcome to The Roman Guy’s neighborhood series. Rome is split up into many different districts. Today, I’m in the Campo de’ Fiori neighborhood. I love the Campo de’ Fiori Neighborhood because it hosts so many of the best things to do in Rome -including bars, museums, restaurants and shops. To be completely accurate, Campo de’ Fiori is a piazza, but since it is the epicenter of so much Roman activity and nightlife, locals unofficially refer to the neighborhood as Campo or Campo de’ Fiori. If you watched our other Rome neighborhood videos, you know that Rome is split up into 22 districts called Rione. The Campo de’ Fiori Neighborhood is located between two districts called Rione Regola and Rione Parione. Campo de’ Fiori means literally, field of the flowers. You can see the Vatican City in the top left of this map. The Spanish Steps are located in the top center and the Colosseum and Roman Forum are in the bottom right. Campo de’ Fiori is central to all three of these top attractions in Rome, reachable in about 10 to 15 minutes from each location by bus. You can find details on which busses to take in the accompanying Hidden Gems Guide to Rome – Campo de’ Fiori blog post. Campo de’ Fiori is known for its produce and open-air food market in the daytime and some of the best nightlife in Rome when the sun sets. The market closes in the early afternoon and the surrounding bars and restaurants extend their seating out into the piazza. If you arrive before 7:00 PM, you’ll see many bars displaying aperitivo, which is a free buffet of snacks to tide you over while you enjoy a drink. The daytime market has only been there since 1869. It was previously in Piazza Navona before they moved it, but the area has always been known for its commercial routes. The surrounding roads are even named after the trades performed on those particular roads. Via del Balestrari is known for crossbow-makers. Via dei Baullari is known for coffer-makers. Via dei Cappellari is known for hat-makers. Via dei Chiavari is known for key-makers. Prior to becoming a market, Campo was known for its executions, that’s right, most famously for that of Giordano Bruno on February 17th, 1600. He elaborated upon the Copernican theory saying that the stars were actually distant suns with exoplanets of their own. He even mentioned these stars may be able to foster life of their own. His theory concluded that the universe was infinite and could have no celestial body at its center, directly conflicting with the Church’s teachings, punishable by death. Besides the stands in the center, there are many authentic Italian food shops in the area. La Antica Norceria Viola is a 126-year-old, family owned and operated shop that sells cured meats. Although not operated by its original owners, il Forno Campo de’ Fiori has been supplying bread products to the area since at least 1890. Adjacent to the busy Piazza Campo de’ Fiori is Piazza Farnese. The focal point of the square is Palazzo Farnese. It was once the home of the Farnese dynasty, but today is the French Embassy. The piazza is also home to the two large fountains that were once bathtubs in Ancient Roman baths, the Baths of Caracalla. Via Giulia was created in Rome over 500 years ago by Pope Julius II. It was the first example of modern urbanization in the city since antiquity. My final recommendation is one of the best local restaurants in Campo de’ Fiori – a place called Der Pallaro.

Lake Garda is the largest lake in Italy. This video explores some of the beautiful lakeside towns including Malescine, Limone and Riva del Garda.

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