Montichiari , picturesque town of around 25,000 people in the district of Brescia in Northern Italy, represents the gateway to lake Garda thanks to its strategic location and its airport “Gabriele D’Annunzio”. It lies among six sweet hills and on the highest one, Saint Pancrace Hill, a stunning view from Lake Garda to the Apennines can be enjoyed. Montichiari is strategically located 12 km from lake Garda, 20 km from Brescia, 45 km from Mantua and Verona, 60 km from Bergamo, 100 km from Milan, and 140 km from Venice. The river Chiese flows through the town and along the beautiful countryside making it possible for tourists to ride around and enjoy the stunning scenery. Stunning monuments and buildings can be visited in town all throughout the year, among which the Bonoris Castle built over the ancient Rock at the end of the 1800 by the count Gaetano Bonoris.