Salò has an aristocratic, cosmopolitan air with its breathtaking gulf, town squares, architectural treasures, and elegant shops. The Palazzo della Magnifica Patria, which dates back to 1524, is the main monument of Salò. It sits on the elegant Zanardelli lakefront boulevard that leads to the Palazzo del Podestà, now the Town Hall. Further beyond is the splendid Piazza della Vittoria near the imposing Gothic Duomo cathedral built in the late 15th century. The Clock Tower, the Carmine Portal, and many other ancient palazzos complete this splendid historical town center.
From 1943 to 1945, Salò on lake Garda was at the center of major historical events: several ministries of the Italian Social Republic were based here, which is why the government at the time was called the Salò Republic.
Gasparo Bortolotti, also known as Gasparo da Salò, who was the inventor (some scholars consider him the perfector) of the violin, was born in Salò on lake Garda in 1540.
There are many fine restaurants and trattorias in Salò that offer typical local cuisine frequently based on fresh-water fish from the lake.
Its elegant and charming hotels, holiday residences and farm holiday establishments make this town on Lake Garda the ideal destination for a vacation full of relaxation, shopping, and great food.
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