Shotl Introduces On-Demand Transportation in Alto Garda, Italy

Alto Garda is a popular tourist destination renowned for its natural beauty. The region offers a variety of activities for visitors to enjoy. The mountains surrounding the lake provide excellent opportunities for exploring nature and enjoying panoramic views.

The towns of Riva del Garda and Arco, located at the northern tip of the lake, are known for their historic charm and their picturesque landscapes.

The extension of Bus&Go (iOS & Android) into Alto Garda brings numerous benefits to the region. Residents will enjoy improved access to essential services, such as healthcare facilities, educational institutions, and employment opportunities. Additionally, tourists can explore the region's captivating landscapes, historic towns, and cultural landmarks without the need for a private vehicle or the hassle of adhering to public transport schedules. The service also offers the option for younger passengers and tourists alike to enjoy evening public transport.

Shotl's arrival in Alto Garda aligns perfectly with the region's commitment to sustainability and accessibility. By promoting ride-sharing and reducing individual car usage, the service contributes to a greener environment, fostering a healthier and more sustainable future for the region.

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