The top Instaplaces in Trentino
The list of the most iconic spots according to our Instagrammers
You are wearing a brimmed hat, a check shirt or a yellow raincoat, your back to the camera, looking across a mountain lake or drifting on a little wooden boat. You are a real Instagrammer, you know all of the latest trends to be successful on Instagram. We get it - you are constantly in search of places Instagram-worthy for your newsfeed: you know the perfect shot to edit and post instantly on the world's most famous photo sharing app. Well, we have made it easy for you. In collaboration with some of your fellow Instagrammers we have compiled the list of the most posted places in Trentino. You will not want to leave without snapping a picture of these iconic Instaplaces. When you catch that perfect shot, don’t forget to tag @visittrentino.
One of the most panoramic corners of Lake Garda! The best shots can be taken from spring to autumn.
Your best shots can be captured from Spring to Autumn. Punta Larici is just an hour's walk from Pregasina (@mattiabonavida).
One of the most picturesque sanctuaries in Europe. A cluster of five small churches perched on a spur of rock more than 70 metres above ground, this was home to San Romedio, a hermit who, according to local legend, lived for years with only a bear for company. This spiritual location is a unique place to visit (@maxlazzi).
If you have an Instagram account, you are likely to have seen this lake already. Emerald water, white shores, spectacular reflections of the majestic Brenta Dolomites: You won't need a filter to capture its ever-changing green hues and dazzle your followers (@kilianschoenberger).
You find yourself 2200m high at the foot of the Pale di San Martino, an alpine lake and mountain hut before you, fully immersed in the Parco Naturale di Paneveggio. Top snaps from a perfect vantage point from which to admire the splendour of the Dolomites. That's all you need to make Baita Segantini your next Instaplace (@the_kafka).
San Colombano Sanctuary
Seclusion to new heights: nestled in the rock overlooking a 120-metre-high cliff, reachable only via 102 steps, the sanctuary of San Colombiano is accessible via only a short walk. The unique character of this architectural wonder can be captured on the road to Trambileno. (@pierdepe)
One of the most photographed places in Trentino. The sunset over the Dolomites mirrored in the alpine lake is not to be missed. Take home a picture perfect postcard of the Dolomites just waiting to be posted on social. The best images are at twilight with the sun behind you (@alessandro_toller).
Villa Welsperg lake
The stunning scenery of the Pale di San Martino and its surrounding forests reflects in this small pool of water. The man-made lake of Villa Welsperg was constructed by the Welsperg family to adorn their 19th century hunting residence. An evocative place ideal for your pictures (@tommasoprugnola).