Lago Di Levico is a slice of heaven hidden amongst the mountains. One of the best things to do in Valsugana, here’s all the info for visiting.
How To Get To Lago Di Levico
Lago Di Levico, or Lake Levico, is located in the town of Levico Terme.
Just a 20 minute walk from the town centre, or a 15 minute drive from Caldonazzo, the lake itself is accessible from anywhere in Levico.
The best options in terms of public transport are hotel transfers, buses or taxis. However we recommend renting a car for your entire Italy trip.
That way you can pick up the car from the airport and explore the region at ease.
Another option is of course a private taxi to Lago Di Levico.
Lago Di Levico Entrance Fee
Entrance is completely free.
There is a car park on site which starts at €1,20 per hour or €6 per day.
Lago Di Levico Opening Times
Lago Di Levico is a public lake, accessible 24/7.
However we only recommend visiting in daylight hours when manned by the lifeguards for your own safety.
Best Time To Visit + Tips
Honestly, this place is ideal to visit at any time. As long as the sun is out!
The obvious recommendations would be to avoid weekends and public holidays as it’s a very family friendly lake and popular with children.
There are cafes on site, however if you’re on a budget you can take your own picnic like we did!
There’s a large park beside the lake with several tables to use if you do want to eat anything you brought with you.
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What To Expect At Lago Di Levico
The ideal spot for an afternoon of relaxing with a picnic!
Spanning across 2.8 km in length, and 1 km in width, Lago Di Levico is an amazing spot for walking, fishing or just simply relaxing.
The lake lies adjacent to its big brother, Lago Di Caldonazzo, and the two are separated only by a forested hill named Colle di Tenna.
Both are very popular lakes in Trentino with the residents!
In summer there’s plenty to do at Lago Di Levico including canoeing, swimming, sailing, windsurfing, stand-up paddleboarding or renting electric boats.
The swimming area is roped off so the pedal boats and swimmers can enjoy the lake in their separate areas.
Come winter, Christmas markets are set up in the Habsburg Park, plus there are a few sports that can be practiced on the snow.
Surrounded by small beaches, we headed down with a picnic in hand to cool off in the lake after a morning of paragliding!
Unfortunately we were short on time, so didn’t get to walk around the lake itself. However the most popular trail is Fishermen’s Road, which circles around the whole lake – 8.5 km in total.
With tourists often comparing Lago Di Levico to a Norwegian fiord, it’s a peaceful haven amongst the pines that you won’t want to miss in Valsugana.
Where To Stay In Valsugana
Luxury – Grand Hotel Imperial
The 4-star Grand Hotel Imperial is set in the centre of Levico Terme and was once the summer residence of the Austrian Royal Family.
Surrounded by a 150,000 m² park, Grand Hotel Imperial features a free wellness centre and elegant rooms.
The on-site spa and wellness centre is complete with indoor swimming pool, sauna, Turkish bath and fitness centre.
The outdoor swimming pool is also available during summer.
All rooms offer an LCD TV and a mini bar. Free WiFi is also available in the lobby.
Mid-Budget – Bellavista Relax Hotel
Enjoy a relaxing break away from the stresses of everyday life at this peaceful hotel, set amid the mountains and close to Lake Levico.
Immersed in nature, sport and wellness, with special solutions for families and business men, the helpful and polite staff aim to offer you the best holiday in Trentino.
Budget – Hotel Liberty
Hotel Liberty is set in Levico Terme and offers a large outdoor terrace, restaurant and free bike rental.
Its spacious rooms feature hypoallergenic wood floors and flat-screen TVs.
Rooms at the Liberty Hotel offer views of the park and Levico Lake which is just a 10-minute walk away.
All the rooms also provide free Wi-Fi, and air conditioning is available on request in some rooms.
For more places to stay in Valsugana, you can check the latest prices on Booking.com.
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Trip sponsored by Visit Trentino