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Here are four beautiful cities that we recommend you to discover when you come to visit us.

Did you know that the Enjoy is located in a strategic point of Lake Garda, from which you can leave to visit different wonderful cities? Many of our customers have already taken advantage of this: they stay at the hotel at night, while during the day they travel by train to discover the many beauties that surround us.

The train station is less than 5 minutes’ walk away from us, so getting around is really easy. Do you want some advice? Here are four beautiful cities that we recommend you visit when you come to us.

Verona, the romantic city of Romeo and Juliet

The first one we suggest is certainly Verona, which is only a quarter of an hour away by train.

The city of Verona awaits you for a relaxing stroll through the historic centre, where you can admire the characteristic Piazza delle Erbe, enter the most elegant shops in Via Mazzini and stop in one of the many bars in Piazza Brà, overlooked by the imposing Arena di Verona.

Our romantically minded guests also appreciate a visit to Juliet’s famous balcony, where you can look out and capture the moment in a timeless photo.
If you like art, we recommend the beautiful collections of medieval, Renaissance and modern art at the Museum of Castelvecchio, but if you prefer fresh air and plenty of greenery, the garden of Palazzo Giusti is the right place for you.

Padua, from Giotto to Saint Anthony

After spending a restful night at the Enjoy you might decide to visit Padua, about an hour’s train ride away.

Start at the Scrovegni Chapel, which houses a cycle of frescoes by Giotto from the early 14th century. No wonder it was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2021: when you enter, your gaze is lost in beauty, enraptured by the vivid colours and skilful hand of this extraordinary Florentine painter. 

The second suggestion is almost taken for granted: the Basilica of Sant’Antonio, a destination for the faithful and tourists who arrive in their thousands every year to discover its charm.
Take your time to visit, as it is very large and deserves to be admired with proper calmness. Pay attention to the bronze crucifix and altar (both attributed to Donatello) and then head to the heart of the basilica, where you’ll find the tomb of St Anthony and some of his relics. To end the day in contact with nature, you can decide to go for a walk in the green of the ancient Botanical Garden, founded in 1545 and listed as a UNESCO heritage site.

If you are a plant lover, you can immerse yourself in the greenery here and regenerate at the sight of over 6,000 plants.

Venice, the charm of calli and campielli

Veneto is a treasure trove of treasures, but we still haven’t told you about the last one, the one not to be missed by anyone passing through here: Venice.

With an hour and a half train ride, you can spend a day in this fairytale city, where you can lose yourself in all sorts of beauty.

What should you visit? We struggle to give you advice, although a tour of St Mark’s Basilica is a must.

You may want to discover the Doge’s Palace and the prisons from which Casanova escaped, or give yourself over to art with the collections of the Peggy Guggheneim and Ca’ Pesaro.
Perhaps you prefer a tour of the city centre in search of the most characteristic corners of Venice? 

So let your instincts guide you as you stroll through the calli and campielli, climb the Rialto bridge and take a gondola ride.
At aperitif time, we recommend that you go to a good bacaro for some tasty cicchetti.

If you have never tried them, you must try sardines in saor, a typical dish of the lagoon city.

Mantua, the small jewel of the Gonzaga family

Should you decide to stay several nights at the Enjoy, there is one last beautiful city, that, we would like you to see: we are talking about beautiful Mantua, surrounded by lakes and a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2008.

It can be reached in just over an hour, also by taking a convenient bus that always stops here near the hotel. It’s worth the trip, you know?

It is easy to get around on foot, starting from the Duke’s Palace, where the richness of the rooms and decorations will take your breath away, until you reach the climax with the Bridal Chamber, a Renaissance masterpiece by Andrea Mantegna.
At the end of the visit you can resume your walk under the arcades until you reach Piazza Erbe, overlooked by the Rotonda di San Lorenzo and the Basilica of Sant’Andrea, the most important church in Mantua.
Before returning, pay a final visit to Palazzo Te, the villa where the Gonzagas loved to entertain and celebrate. You will discover a wide-ranging environment with a magnificent exedra, immense halls full of frescoes and the impressive Sala dei Giganti.
So, after buying some sbrisolona cakes to take home, you can take the train back to us.
So it’s off to relax, have a hot shower and a delicious dinner cooked by our chef Ricardo, before closing your eyes and smiling gratefully at such beauty.



Where we are

Need a "strategically located hotel"? That’s us! Enjoy is

3 minutes away from the motorway exit (1km)
5 minutes on foot from the railway station
10 minutes on foot from the historical centre of Peschiera and the shores of the lake
Few kilometres away from Garda’s main spas
2 km away from Gardaland and within walking distance of the free bus stop
Within walking distance from the Pederzoli nursing home

How to reach us

We feel it is important to give you all you need to live, know and understand our land, so you can feel at home, part of the family.

Peschiera is a great starting point to visit the three shores of Lake Garda (touching three regions: Veneto, where we are, Lombardy and Trentino), each with typical features, customs, traditional food and wines.

By Car

Enjoy Garda Hotel is situated only 1,5 kms away from the motorway A4 Milano-Venezio (exit Peschiera del Garda).

By Train

As it is set in a central location, we are only 100 meters far from the town train station Peschiera del Garda.

By Air

The closest airport is the Catullo (in Villafranca di Verona).