This Sirmione and Lake Garda Tour has everything: A boat ride, history, and wine!
Sirmione is located on the Lombardy side of Lake Garda. It boasts the title of "Pearl of Garda" for the beauty of the surrounding landscape and for the harmony of the houses, streets, and squares that date back centuries and centuries.
Enjoy a private boat tour and sail up to the town of this peninsula; where your local guide takes you around the cobblestone streets explaining the history of this quaint town.
Finally have lunch in a stunning Restaurant Michelin star; 700 cubic meters of land directly at the level of the lake! You will simply fall in love with this place.
We end our Sirmione and Lake Garda Tour with a visit to a famous winery deep in the countryside of the Lake. Here we go through the entire wine production process: from the steel tanks, to the huge barrels, the bottling machine and more. Then enjoy a wine tasting experience that includes the fresh Custoza white wine, to the glorious Amarone. Live the emotion of a Lake Garda tour with us -Book your Sirmione and Lake Garda Tour today!
Around 10 am, I'll come and pick you up at your hotel in Sirmione if it's possible or we'll meet at Sirmione entrance on Lungolago Armando Diaz side.
We will take our boat for a 30 minutes private Tour around the Sirmione Peninsula.
We will take a walking tour until Catullo Grotto, the old roman ruins.
We will have lunch in the most panoramic boutique restaurant in Sirmione old town
We will reach a boutique winery only 15-20 minutes away from Sirmione centre were we will have a visit and a wine tastings of minimum 4 different local wines.
We will be back to Sirmione town at around 4. 00 pm
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Rail or Bus Station, Hotel, Address or Intersection, Monument/Building
Duration: 6 hours
Private Car up to 3 people or a 8 seats minivan.
- Guiding Services
- Private Transportation
Estimated Local Cash Needed
No cash is needed for this tour
- Personal Expenses
I do not have a license to give tours inside the Hermitage Museum.