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Im currently doing the research for our trip to Italy and have been able to get some idea on what parts we want to see and what we want to do there but im finding lake garda alot harder to get my head around. we have only had one friend that has been there and even from what she has said i still not sure what to do about picking a location to go and see.

My husband and I are travelling over in sept could anyone maybe recommend places to stay, things to see and do (water sports maybe or parts to cycle to take in the sites) and perhaps any places people loved to eat at.

Thanks a million.

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