Brenzone, divided between the coast of Lake Garda and the enchanting inland area that reaches the foot of Mount Baldo, is the ideal place for an active, sports-filled vacation. It is located on the East coast of lake Garda, along the side of Mount Baldo. It doesn’t have a real centre, but it is rather made of many little suburbs scattered around the area. At the opposite side of the suburb of Assenza there is a small island named “Trimelone”, which has accommodated a military depot in the First and Second World War. The climate is very mild, the temperatures are influenced by the water of Lake Garda. The vegetation varies of olive trees, cypresses, oleander and almond trees at the shore of the lake. In the inland we find cedars and chestnut trees and at the mountain side of Monte Baldo there is a vegetation of larches, pines and spruces.
The history of Brenzone as a city hall is quite recent, since it was born around the middle of the XX century from the union of Castello, Marniga, Castelletto, and Prada. At the beginning Brenzone was inhabited by the Romans, but the first human settlements date back to the Bronze Age, as pointed to by the II millennium a.C. rupestrian figures found in Castelletto. The suburb of Magugnano still keeps evidence of the Middle Ages, as it is possible to see while visiting the Roman church of San Zeno, one of the most ancient ones in the whole Garda territory. Household names connected to Brenzone In 1988 Father Giuseppe Nascimbeni was beatified by the Pope Giovanni Paolo II. Nascimbeni was the founder of “Piccole suore della Sacra Famiglia”. Madre Maria Domenica Mantovani was born in Brenzone, too. She was the co-founder of the institute “Piccole Suore della Sacra Famiglia” (1862-1934). She was beatified by Papa Giovanni Paolo II on the 27th of April 2003.
Roman Church of San Zeno. It dates back to the XII century. It contains late Roman frescoes with Byzantine marks on the walls of the aisle.
 Parish Church of Castelletto. It was built in the XVII century on the initiative of Monsignor Giuseppe Nascimbeni, who founded the religious order of “Piccole Suore della Sacra Famiglia”.
 Church of San Nicola. It still keeps an altarpiece of the XVI century portraying the Virgin with Jesus, St Nicola and Antonio Abate. 
Church of San Pietro in Vincoli. It is a very important building for the Campo district. Its arch and apse are fine decorated.
Church of Sant’Antonia in Biaza district. This is a typical Roman structured building.
Mount Baldo Brenzone raises on the side of Mount Baldo, a mountain belonging to the Prealps of Veneto, just between lake Garda and Lagarina Valley. There are numerous paths leading to the highest mountain tops and to the huts where people can enjoy a nice view over the lake. There is also a chair lift departing from Prada up to 1850 mt. Brenzone offers a miscellaneous territory spreading out from the lake to mountain tops (even over 200 m high) and it allows people to practice many sports: sailing, kite-surfing, windsurfing, canoeing, hiking, trekking, hang-gliding, paragliding, mountain biking.
The undisputed protagonist of the local cuisine is lake fish. Fishing in BRenzone is still a living activity and it is connected to traditions which still survive. The typical receipts are fish-based and they mainly include carps, whitefish, pilchards and trouts. Climbing up the mountain it is possible to find also game, truffles, mushrooms and chestnuts. A good example of special course is “bigoi co le agole”, a hard wheat made kind of pasta seasoned with pickled bleaks and virgin olive oil from Brenzone.