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Malcesine Harbour, Lago di Garda, Italy
Veneto
Malcesine is a small town on the eastern shore of Lake Garda in northern Italy. 
The town's ferry connections to other lakeside resorts make it a good base for sightseeing and the cable-car running up to Monte Baldo is a magnet for cyclists, walkers and paragliders. Lake Garda is the largest lake in Italy. 

A cableway runs from Malcesine up to the high mountain ridge behind the town, Monte Baldo, climbing from 100m to 1760m. Malcesine is a medium sized ski resort with 6 ski lifts ( 1 gondola, 1 chair lift, 4 surface lifts) that offers skiers a respectable 450 metres (1476 feet) of vertical descent.

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