Sirmione is a city of 8000 inhabitants in northern Italy, located on a small peninsula in the middle of the southern shore of lake Garda. Sirmione has a picturesque castle, the 13th century Scaliger castle and a well preserved historic core. Further north of Sirmione along the peninsula is the archaeological site of the Grotte di Catullo, which consists of a large area with the ruins of a 1st century AD Roman villa. Sirmione is a major tourist centre with plenty of shops, cafes, restaurants and attracts large crows of visitors, especially on weekends. Only authorised cars may drive into the historic core of Sirmione.
Page viewed 5544 times since 01.05.16
©Copyright Alfred Molon