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Cost of living in Lazise

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Cost of living in Lazise

Hi, we are considering visiting Lazise for a week early October, any advice would be much appreciated. What is the atmosphere like in the evenings & the cost to eat & drink out would be fab & any 'must do's'whilst there. Thank you in advance.

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1. Re: Cost of living in Lazise

Hi, you can get sandwiches etc for around €4.50 - €5.00, a plate of pasta or a pizza will start around €8 upwards although you can also buy pizza by the slice (al taglio) in some places.

Fish and meat dishes will cost more and, generally speaking, side dishes of vegetables etc. are extra.

This thread is about the neighbouring town of Bardolino but the prices will be the same:


All restaurants will have a menu on display outside with prices so you can check how much everything costs before deciding where to eat. Wine is a lot cheaper than the UK, and the most local wine is from Bardolino.

Lazise has a very good evening atmosphere although in October it will be quieter than high summer.

The ferries are on the full summer schedule until October 8th this year:


After that date there will be a reduced service but still enough to travel to various places around the lake.

There are a few buses that serve the eastern shore - we will give the timetables for that time of year when they are available. You can also use local buses to go from Lazise to Verona.

"Must-do's" vary from person to person but from Lazise I'd recommend walking along the lakeside path to Bardolino which takes just over an hour and goes through the village of Cisano. From Bardolino you can continue along the lake path to Garda which takes about another 45-50 minutes. You could walk in one direction then take a bus/ferry back or vice-versa.

The town of Sirmione is usually on everyone's must-do list for the castle and the Roman ruins.

Malcesine is also a popular town for the castle and the cable car to Monte Baldo.


Lazise has a weekly market on Wednesday mornings. You'll find the same market in Bardolino on a Thursday and Garda on a Friday.

Edited: 10 May 2017, 19:30
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