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Europe is full of beautiful lakes, surrounded by stunning natural scenery and some of them are worth visiting at least once in a lifetime.
Let's start exploring the popular lakes of Europe, for a relaxing trip, among the clear waters, boat rides and walks in the picturesque villages. You must add to your bucketlist and start planning your perfect European trip! It will be beautiful, interesting and impressive.
1. Lake Como
Lake Como is the third largest lake in Italy and it is also one of the deepest lake in Europe. In some places, the depth reaches 410 meters. Lake Como is located 40 kilometers from the world capital of fashion - Milan.
The main attractions on the lake are luxurious villas located on its shores. Since ancient times, these villas have been owned by the most influential and wealthy people. Nowadays villas on the lake belong to Madonna, George Clooney, Sylvester Stallone, Ronaldinho and other famous personalities.
There are magnificent landscapes, small cozy towns, peace and quiet all year round. The lake is surrounded by many UNESCO World Heritage Sites. A trip to Lake Como is a trip to one of the most beautiful corners of Italy.
2. Lake Titisee
The transparent bluish Lake Titisee is located in the south of Germany, at an altitude of more than 800 meters above sea level between the most beautiful wooded slopes of the Black Forest. Its fabulous name "Black Forest" - the Black Forest got thanks to the trees growing here, pines, which have an unusual black color of needles.
The name of the lake is associated with the ancient Romans. According to legends, Lake Titisee owes its name to the Roman commander Titus. Historians say that when he was with his legions in the first century A.D. passed through the Black Forest, he was so fascinated by the beauty of the lake that he immediately gave it his name.
Despite the actively developed tourism, the inhabitants of these places manage to maintain the natural balance, the special cleanliness of the territories, and in the deep corners of the forest you can come across ancient huts and hunting lodges.
While vacationing on Titisee, be sure to taste the local delicacies: fragrant, freshly baked peasant bread with pork belly and, of course, kirstorte - a real Black Forest cherry cake. Oh yes, be sure to bring a cuckoo clock with you from your trip to Titisee. Here is their small homeland.
3. Lake Maggiore
Lago Maggiore means "big lake". It is located 90 km from Milan, on the border of Italy and Switzerland.
Lake Maggiore is famous for its excellent mild climate, clear waters and breathtaking views. The surroundings of Lake Maggiore are extremely picturesque places: mountain landscapes, magnificent views of the lake, beautiful villas, palaces and botanical gardens.
The main attraction of the lake is the islands, on which members of the famous aristocratic Italian family Borromeo built palaces for themselves and laid out the most beautiful Mediterranean and Alpine gardens.
The English lords, Josephine, Napoleon and the historian Edward Gibbon have also stayed here. Today, rest on Lake Maggiore is available not only to aristocrats, but also to every traveler.