The experiential travel booking platform will solve the sea or mountain dilemma this year musement which publishes the ranking of 30 most popular lakes in Italy based on the number of mentions posted on Instagram, updated in May 2023. Leading the special classification are Lake Garda, Lake Como and Lake Maggiore. The first, with over 3 million mentions, as well as offering a wide range of unique locations to visit such as Sirmione, Limone sul Garda And Salò boasts a rich offer of recreational and cultural activities. Lake Como, in turn, with its mountains and enchanting landscapes, as well as fascinating writers and artists from all over Europe, has long been the favorite destination of the international jet-set. Not to mention Lake Maggiore, between Piedmont and Lombardy, which, with its Borromean Islands, has always attracted the Italian 'nobility'.
The ranking continues with the Lake Braies, in Trentino-Alto Adige, the largest of the Dolomites, whose waters take on a characteristic emerald color in summer. Following are the Lake Iseo, in Lombardy, where a visit to Lovere, a place included in the list of the most beautiful villages in Italy, and Lake Orta, in Piedmont, with an island, that of San Giulio, all to be discovered, is a must. Umbria ranks seventh with the Lake Trasimeno where it is a must to visit Città della Pieve, birthplace of Perugino. The Lake of Bolsena, in Lazio, is the largest volcanic lake in Europe and one of the most important natural attractions in the province of Viterbo, not far from Orvieto. For the ninth position we return to the north, in Trentino-Alto Adige, with the Carezza lake, on the slopes of the Latemar massif. Closing the top 10 is the Bracciano lake, between Rome and Viterbo, whose waters are among the cleanest of the entire peninsula. The list continues up to the thirtieth position also including Friuli Venezia Giulia And Abruzzo.