Italy full City Vector Map

Italy is a country with a diverse and picturesque geography, featuring several rivers and lakes. Here are some of the notable rivers and lakes in Italy:


  1. Po River:
    • The longest river in Italy, flowing eastward across northern Italy.
    • It traverses major cities such as Turin, Milan, and Venice before emptying into the Adriatic Sea.
    • The Po River basin is vital for agriculture and supports various ecosystems.
  2. Tiber River (Fiume Tevere):
    • Flows through the heart of Italy, including Rome, the capital city.
    • The Tiber has historical significance and is mentioned in ancient Roman texts.
    • It discharges into the Tyrrhenian Sea.
  3. Adige River:
    • The second-longest river in Italy, flowing through the Alps in the northern part of the country.
    • It passes through cities like Verona and Trento before entering the Adriatic Sea.
  4. Arno River:
    • Flows through the Tuscany region, passing through Florence and Pisa.
    • The Arno is culturally significant and has been a source of inspiration for many artists.
  5. Adda River:
    • Originates in the Alps and flows through Lombardy, joining the Po River.
    • Important for hydroelectric power generation and irrigation.
  6. Tanaro River:
    • Flows through the Piedmont region, joining the Po River.
    • Known for its scenic valleys and vineyards.
  7. Isonzo River:
    • Flows through the northeastern part of Italy, originating in the Julian Alps.
    • Known for its clear waters and importance during World War I.


  1. Lake Garda (Lago di Garda):
    • The largest lake in Italy, located in the northern part of the country.
    • Surrounded by picturesque towns and landscapes, it is a popular tourist destination.
  2. Lake Como (Lago di Como):
    • Renowned for its stunning scenery and luxurious villas along its shores.
    • A popular retreat for celebrities and tourists alike.
  3. Lake Maggiore (Lago Maggiore):
    • Straddles the border between Italy and Switzerland.
    • Features the Borromean Islands and is surrounded by mountains.
  4. Lake Trasimeno (Lago Trasimeno):
    • Located in the Umbria region, it is the largest lake in central Italy.
    • Historic sites, including islands with ruins, are situated in the lake.
  5. Lake Bolsena (Lago di Bolsena):
    • One of Italy’s largest volcanic lakes, located in the Lazio region.
    • Features crystal-clear waters and a volcanic crater island.
  6. Lake Iseo (Lago d’Iseo):
    • Situated in Lombardy, known for its tranquility and the presence of Monte Isola, the largest lake island in Italy.

These rivers and lakes contribute to Italy’s natural beauty and play a significant role in the country’s culture, history, and economy. They also provide opportunities for various recreational activities and tourism.

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