With stunning scenery and a love for all things local, find out more about Riva del Garda’s restaurants, food experiences and activities.
‘Woowwwwwwww’ we all chorused as we wiggled our way down towards Lake Garda, spotting the huge expanse of water for the first time. I couldn’t believe the scenery. Tall, rugged mountains surrounded this deep blue water, with a peachy sky in the background. Lycra-clad cyclists whizzed past, old men perched outside gelato shops while tourists wandered on foot. I’d wanted to visit Lake Garda for a long time, and it was definitely worth the wait.
I strongly believe that to appreciate what we eat we need to discover the origins of our food. This trip sounded like it would offer exactly that.