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All reviewsgelatoice creamnarrow streetscharming townold towntouristy shopsmid summerday tripperslake gardarestaurants and cafesfirst thing in the morningpedestrian areagelateriashuttle busmedieval castlefew hoursworth the effort
Was there to see the Garda Lake and the Castle but I decided to walk all the town and have a look despite was raining.
Is so beautiful.... there are many places to take a swim ... the small streets with the local shops are...More
The peninsula of Sirmione is one of the most visited tourist spots around Lake Garda.
It is a very charming place indeed and apart from the high season in July and August, a lovely place to visit and a must see at the Southern side...More
We stayed in Sirmione for a week. It was always very busy with many day trippers mixed with cars in the very narrow streets! We didn't mind, but it was lovely in the evenings when the trippers had left, although the cafes and restaurants were...More
Quite pretty but all charm obscured by streams of tourists. Every single shop is tourist centred. The town has little in the way of authentic local life to animate it- no local bars to dive into for a quick cafe ao banco. I heard more...More
Cute little lake town with so much to do including a tour of the ruins on top of the hill, then stroll down to the beautiful Lake and spend the day with a picnic if you chose.
Then you can walk through the tiny streets...More
It's easy to see why people love Lake Garda, it's fast becoming my favourite of the Italian Lakes and Sermione certainly hold it's own along the several fantastic villages along the shores of the lake. A fantastic castle, little cobbled streets, giant ice creams, a...More
as every village at Lago di Garda Sirmione is extremely overcrowded in Summer...could be nice in offseason, but when all these90%Restaurants are closed, it is likely pretty unattractive.... however a therma and one of the best hotels of the world may attract
Sirmione is a lovely historic town on a peninsula in the South of the Garda lake. There are lots of cafes, ice-cream bars and souvenir-shops. It has quaint narrow alleys, but unfortunately there is also cars going through them many places.
We highly recommend going...More
Full of tourists, shops, hotels, restaurants and gelato stores.
The pedestrian area also has hotel traffic so it can jam up.
The beach is in fact a knee to waist height plateau.
We paddled and ate here so it was just right.
Being on a...More