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An imperial thermal baths resort in the majestic mountains
Levico Terme is a popular holiday resort in northern Italy. The town is situated at the highest point of the Valsugana valley at roughly 520 metres in Trentino’s Dolomites in the stunning mountain region of Lagorai. Levico Terme is 22 km away from Trento and roughly 110 km from Padua. Levico was given the town charter by Emperor Franz Joseph in 1884. The small town belonged to the Austro-Hungarian Empire until 1919 under the name Löweneck and was an extremely popular thermal spa town. The vast spa gardens created back then and the Imperial Grand Hotel in particular are still influenced by the imperial grand standards today.
Today Levico has roughly 7,000 inhabitants, the towns of Chiesa, Furo, Grande, Cortina, Oltrebrenta and Selva belong to the municipality.
The healing springs of Levico Terme are famous. The strong water from Levico, called this because of its high arsenic and iron content, is used successfully for thermal treatments at the Palazzo delle Terme and the Imperial Grand Hotel. Levico lake, which is right in the town, is the second largest lake in the Valsugana valley. It received the “Blue Flag” award for sustainability and environmental protection in 2013. There are two swimming establishments and a well looked after beach. There is a beautiful circular walking route around the lake. The alpine Caldonazzo lake is situated a bit higher. Levico Terme is surrounded by a breathtaking natural landscape that offers a whole range of different opportunities for sport and relaxation.