The Castle, built at the end of the 15th century is the building that characterizes the appearance of Desenzano
Of the castle remain some pieces of curtain walls with crumbled battlements among the four corner towers, with the exception of that one on the north-east edge which, until 1940, worked as an observatory. From its terrace one can enjoy one of the most beautiful views of Lake Garda.
Museum G. Rambotti
The Museum displays the finds come to light in the area of Lavagnone, an ancient pile-dwelling settlement about 5 km far from south of the town. In addition to ceramics, flint arrowheads, weapons and utensils, there is also a large wooden plough from the Bronze Age (around 2,000 B.C.). considered one of the mostancient plough in the world.
The Roman Villa
Discovered in 1921, It is considered the most important example in Northern Italy of ancient grand villas. The magnificent mosaic floor is decorated with scenes of hunting, fishing and farming.
Designed by architect Giulio Todeschini of Brescia (1524-1603) and built between 1586 and 1611, the cathedral is dedicated to Santa Maria Magdalena. Inside there are works by Andrea Celesti (1637-1712), Gian Battista Tiepolo (1669-1770), Zenon Veronese (1484-1553), Palma il Giovane (1544-1628), Andrea Bertanza and Pietro Calcinardi. The high altar with sumptuous marble inlays was supposedly made by the studio of Santo Calegari