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Lake Garda with 2 children

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HELP! My family (hubby, 6 & 8 year old children) would like to visit Lake Garda in early July this year as part of a trip to Europe from Australia. I have heard it is great there for children so hope to stay 3 or 4 nights. However, we have absolutely no idea where to stay on the lake. We will be coming from Mont Blanc and then moving on to Venice afterwards. Can anyone advise on what area to stay in and perhaps some accommodation ideas (with a pool) and some sights to see. We will not have a car of our own so may either hire one or use public transport. Thanks in advance!

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