Rivoli Veronese is located along the banks of the Adige River, bounded on the north by the foot of Monte Baldo and south by the Chiusa dell'Adige, a few steps from Lake Garda. The special feature of this area is due to the environmental changes that have determined its nature, contributing to the formation of this beautiful natural treasure that is the morainic amphitheatre of Rivoli, with its semi-circular, almost geometric conformity, the constant altitude and finally its unusual concentric circles.
The strategic location that has fresh mountain resorts on one side and sunny shores of the lake on the other permit tourists to spend a holiday enjoying a unique natural landscape. With its rich environmental and historical heritage and world-renowned historical events, it's no wonder that the region enjoys great success.
The name "Rivoli" relates to the great battle that the young Napoleon won against the Austrians in 1797, during his campaign in Italy, and is also used for the famous "Rue de Rivoli" that connects the Louvre to the Place de la Concorde.