Probably the most famous lake in the Dolomites, Lago di Braies / Pragser Wildsee deserves its status. If you’ve dreamed of standing on its shores then this guide will help you plan the perfect day in the area.
Lago di Braies, also known as Pragser Wildsee in German, has long been a star of computer screensavers and Instagram features. If you’re planning a trip to the Dolomites then I’m certain that this is a name and image you’ve seen appear time and again.
The question you’re probably asking yourself is this: is visiting Lago di Braies really worth it?
Well, if you’re after a day of solitude in the mountains then this is 100% not the place for you. If, however, you want to see one of the most beautiful views in Italy, then I rate this emerald lake with its impressive mountain backdrop pretty highly!
It’s worth taking a little time to plan your trip to Lago di Braies so that you can make the most out of your visit. Whilst the lake is beautiful all on its own, you can also enjoy it from the heights of Seekofel or the privacy of your own wooden rowboat. There are plenty of hikes nearby and some excellent food and accommodation options.
SUMMER ADVANCE BOOKING | An advance booking system is in place at Lago di Braies between July 10th and September 10th. You won’t be able to get to the lake without a pre-booked parking ticket or bus ticket unless you walk or cycle. All the details can be found here.
From how to avoid the crowds to the best hikes, accommodation, how to get here and how to navigate the advance booking system during high season, my comprehensive guide to Lago di Braies has everything you need to know.
LAGO DI BRAIES ESSENTIALS
LOCATION | Northern Dolomites [map]
HOW TO GET THERE | car, public transport, cycle or walk
BEST TIME TO VISIT | sunrise in June
BEST THINGS TO DO | hiking, boating and eating
WHERE TO STAY | Braies or Dobbiaco
FACILITIES | Toilets at the lake, car park and hotel (paid)
NAMES | Lago di Braies (Italian), Pragser Wildsee (German), Lake Braies
- LAGO DI BRAIES ESSENTIALS
- VISITING LAGO DI BRAIES | A COMPREHENSIVE GUIDE
- Where is Lago di Braies?
- Things to Do at Lago di Braies
- Get on your bike
- Hunt for the magical gateway to an ancient realm
- How to Get to Lago di Braies
- The Best Time to Visit Lago di Braies
- Responsible Photography at Lago di Braies
- Essentials – what to take to Lago di Braies
- Tips for visiting Pragser Wildsee
- Where to Stay to Visit Lago di Braies
- HOW TO GET TO THE DOLOMITES
- Planning A Trip To the Dolomites?
- FOLLOW & SHARE
VISITING LAGO DI BRAIES | A COMPREHENSIVE GUIDE
Where is Lago di Braies?
Part of the beautiful Fanes-Sennes-Braies nature park, the largest protected area in the UNESCO world heritage site, Lago di Braies sits in the northeastern Dolomites, near the Austrian border.
The Braies valley, where this stunning mountain lake is located, marks the start of the famous Alta Via 1 hiking trail that stretches 150km south to Belluno. The region has the characteristic appearance of the Dolomites with soaring mountains and high alpine pastures that seem to go on forever.
TIP | If you’re interested in hiking the entire Alta Via 1 then check out this comprehensive Alta Via 1 guide from Sabrina & Kati – I used their excellent blog to help me plan for my own trip to the Dolomites.
Lago di Braies is one of the easiest natural spectacles to visit in the Dolomites since it’s literally just at the end of the road. Don’t let the location put you off though. It’s well worth a visit to see the mirror-like emerald waters reflecting the forested shores and imposing peak of Croda del Becco (Seekofel).
Things to Do at Lago di Braies
You’re probably under the impression that there’s nothing much to do at Lago di Braies except turn up, take a couple of photos and then leave. Whilst you definitely could go for that option, there are actually some lovely hikes in the area that are well worth doing. You probably didn’t know that you can even stay in a mountain hut, Rifugio Biella / Seekofel Hütte just above the lake!
Whether it’s on the lake or around it, you could easily spend a day here just enjoying what the Braies valley has to offer. Here’s my pick of things to do when you visit.
Hire a boat at Lago di Braies
Those cute wooden rowboats are kind of irresistible, and definitely Instagram famous! Their main advantage is that they give you the ability to find a little spot of the lake all to yourself. And the views from the water are glorious.
You’ve probably spent a lot of time on your feet during this trip, so it’s about time that your arms got a bit of a workout. Claim your boat and head across the lake for your very own picture-perfect moment.
During the summer season, boat rental is possible from the La Palafitta boathouse. Be sure to get there early since there are only a limited number available. Otherwise, be prepared to get in line by lunchtime. Advance reservations are not possible unless you want to pay for exclusive early access.
When | mid-May to late October or early November (weather dependent)
Hours | 10am – 5pm with extended hours of 8:30am – 6:30 pm July/August. Closed during bad weather.
Cost | €29/hour or €19 for 30 mins for a boat seating 4. The entire boathouse can be booked for a private shoot from 7am – 8am for €150. Otherwise, you can get shots at any time during opening hours, you just need to be patient.
Hike around Lago di Braies
Even if you don’t plan on doing anything else in the area, I really recommend this hike. If you need an easy option then stick to the west side of the lake (on the right as you approach) as this is almost completely flat. The path accessible with wheelchairs or pushchairs until almost the far end of the lake.
DISTANCE | 4km circular route
TIME | 1.5 hours
ELEVATION | +/- 50m
DIFFICULTY | easy
BEST TIME | June to early July and September to October (closed in winter)
When you arrive at Lago di Braies, you’re about 50m from the iconic boathouse, so it really couldn’t be easier to find. At sunrise then you’ll want to get photos here before hiking since the water won’t be lit up until around 8am. If you arrive in the afternoon I’d advise doing the hike before settling in near the hotel to take photos.
I advise heading clockwise around the lake, since you’ll do the slightly more strenuous uphill on the first half of your hike, leaving the easy and flat route for you to rush back if you’re in danger of missing the sunset colours. Why yes, since you ask, I did run.
Some of the best views at Lago di Braies are looking back towards the boathouse and hotel from the far end of the lake. As an added bonus, many people don’t even bother doing the walk so it’s pretty quiet. You’ll come across some lovely little beaches and gorgeous photography spots along the way. Make sure you don’t miss the picturesque chapel, Capella di Maria, built in 1904.
Hike Croda del Becco / Seekofel to Rifugio Biella (Alta Via 1 Stage 1)
This is actually the start of Alta Via 1, one of the Dolomites’ incredibly popular multi-day treks. If you’re not able to do the whole 150km route then you can at least get a taste by completing this first stage from Lago di Braies up to Rifugio Biella. If you’re confident then you can add on a further hike to the summit of the mountain.
DISTANCE | 14.6 km return
TIME | 7 hours
ELEVATION | +/- 900m to Rifugio Biella
DIFFICULTY | moderate
BEST TIME | late June to early September
The hike starts at the parking area of Lago di Braies and from here you’ll walk to the far end of the lake. Here, at the south end, you’ll find signs for path 1, marked for Seekofel Hütte / Rifugio Biella. It’ll take you about 30 minutes to get to this point.
Now, it’s a steady climb up scree and switchbacks until you reach the chains to help you scramble over the rocks to a boulder field. From here there’s more uphill to the Forcella Sora Forno, where it’s then an easy descent to the rifugio.
TIP | During the opening season of Rifugio Biella, this is a great option for an overnight stay. Be sure to book in advance as the route is popular. Lunch is available (and recommended) without a booking.
If your legs still feel fresh, the hike up to the summit of Croda del Becco is a worthy challenge. It should only be attempted by experienced hikers. 1.5km of uphill scrambling up a steep scree slope with fixed chains to help you on your way. Not recommended for the faint of heart! The return to the top from the rifugio will add about 2h to your hike.
To return to Lago di Braies simply head back the way you came.
Have a picnic on the shores of Pragser Wildsee
If chilling out by a beautiful lake and getting tipsy in the sunshine is more your thing than hauling ass up a mountain, then this is the option for you. There is a multitude of benches and picnic tables around Lago di Braies, as well as some lovely little beaches.
Head to one of the many wonderful local produce shops on your way here and stock up on picnic supplies. Bring a blanket and you’ve got one of the best lunch spots in the Dolomites. The pebbled shoreline by the chapel is a great option.
There are varying reports on whether swimming is permitted in Pragser Wildsee, but at a chilly 14°C you may not care! If you’re really keen I recommend asking in the hotel or checking signs around the lake.
Get on your bike
For the keen cyclists amongst you, a great way to explore the Braies valley is by bike. There are loads of cycling routes from easy all the way up to challenging. If you don’t want to bring your own bike then hire one in the area. Organised tours are possible from several companies.
One of the best ways to reach Pragser Wildsee from Dobbiaco is by bike. The trail winds through the forest before opening out into the valley. The route is a moderate 27km with a 250m elevation gain.
Where | hire bikes at Funactive in Dobbiaco. They have a wide selection of bikes, including e-bikes, and tours are also available
Hours | early April to late October 8:30am – 12:30pm and 2pm – 6:30pm every day
Cost | from €17/day
Hunt for the magical gateway to an ancient realm
Ok, you caught me, I’m being glib. But the mythology surrounding Lago di Braies is really cool.
The Croda del Becco is known as the Sass dla Porta in the local Ladin laguage, meaning the Gate Mountain. Ladin legend has it that the Ancient Realm of the Fanes is hidden away beneath this part of the Dolomites.
A warrior princess falls in love with an enemy prince, only to be betrayed by the king. A people retreat below the earth. Once every hundred years, under the well of a full moon, a gateway beneath the Sass dla Porta opens. The princess emerges and rows across the lake under a full moon. She listens for the sound of trumpets ringing out across these mountain peaks, signifying the return of her stolen arrows and the resurrection of the glorious Kingdom of Fanes.
In the chill of an October night, ghostly peaks illuminated by the light of a thousand stars, it’s easy to believe that the soft sounds breaking the silence are those phantom oars.
How to Get to Lago di Braies
Although Lago di Braies is technically easy to get to, its popularity means that there are quite a lot of rules involved, notably in the summer. How you get there will depend in large part on the type of experience you want to have. Sunrise visits mean you’ll need your own transport, but a daytime visit is easily achieved by local bus.
And then there’s the true Dolomites option – the power of your own two feet!
TIP | In summer, you will need to book parking and bus tickets in advance for visits from 9:30am – 4pm between July 10th and September 10th. All booking details are outlined below.
Lago di Braies by car
This is definitely the easiest way to get to Lago di Braies and, indeed, generally travel in the Dolomites. If you’re planning to hire a car here then you’ll want to read this post (Hiring a car in the Dolomites – coming soon). The main benefit of driving to the lake is that you can be there for sunrise or sunset, generally avoiding the worst of the crowds.
I stayed at the wonderful Gasthof Huber which is in Segheria, just 10 minutes drive from the lake, and this is definitely my recommendation for a sunrise visit. Lago di Braies can also be easily reached for sunrise from either Dobbiaco (Toblach), Villabassa (Niederdorf) or San Candido (Innichen).
Once you leave the SS49, Lago di Braies is well signposted so it’s basically impossible to get lost. Some of the signs say Pragser Wildsee so don’t forget it’s the same place!
From San Candido, Villabassa & Dobbiaco | 20-25 minutes along the SS49
From Brunico | 30 minutes along the SS49
From Cortina | 55 minutes via the SS51 and SS49
Parking at Lago di Braies
There’s actually quite a lot of parking available at Lago di Braies but it fills up early, especially during the peak summer months. It can be rather confusing since the car parks are operated by different companies with tiered pricing arrangements and different costs depending on the time of day.
In essence, there are two main parking areas: at the lake and in Segheria, about 5.5km away. All require payment and you need to book in advance from July 10th to September 10th.
Beside Lago di Braies there are 3 car parks. P3 is closest to the lake and therefore the busiest spot during the day, but the best place to park if you’re arriving for sunrise. P2 is set a couple of hundred metres further back, but still extremely convenient for the lake and allows overnight stays in campervans and motorhomes. P1 is furthest away but might be your only option if you arrive later in the day.
In Segheria there is a single car park and you can catch a shuttle bus or walk to the lake from here.
Click on the links to see each of the parking areas marked on a map of Lago di Braies.
P3 [map] | Closest to the lake. Payment is taken at a machine which often seems to be broken, or in the hotel. Have cash available for payment just in case. You get 15 minutes of parking free.
Cars | €8 for the first 3h if arriving between 7am and 5pm, €5 for the first 3h from 5pm – 8pm, €3 total for arrivals from 8pm – 7am. After the first 3h you’ll pay €0.80 for every additional 30 mins to a maximum of €14/day. In peak season a reservation for the day costs €18.
Campervans | €8 for 3h regardless of arrival time and €25/24h
P2 [map] | In my opinion, this is the best option. When you arrive, somebody will come to take payment from you and this is cash only.
Cars | €6/day
Campervans | €12/day and €8 overnight. Arrival after the attendant has left for the evening and an early departure means an €8 charge, but if you arrive earlier in the day or leave later you’ll pay €20/24h
P1 [map] | Also referred to as the kiosk parking, located 800m from the lake, the bonus of this car park is the cafe with toilet facilities during opening hours. Be aware that the parking machine is rather tempramental.
Cars | €6/day
Campers | €9/day
Segheria [map] | This is the only parking lot available in peak season if the lake car parking is full. At 5.5km from the Lago di Braies, you’ll either have to walk from here or take the shuttle bus.
Cost | €6/day
Shuttle | €5/trip so €10 if you make a return trip, runs every 30 minutes
ADVANCE BOOKING | From July 10th to September 10th when the road is closed from 9:30am – 4pm, advance booking of parking spaces at lakeside car parks is compulsory. Book your ticket here.
Lago di Braies by Public Transport
As with most public transport in the area, there are more options in the peak summer season than at other times of the year. Having said that, this is one of the easier locations to reach if you’re depending on public transport to get around the Dolomites.
Most bus routes and other public transport options in the region are included in the South Tyrol Mobilcard which can be purchsed for 1, 3 or 7 consecutive days (€15, €23 and €28/adult respectively). You can buy it at transport hubs and some hotels.
From Dobbiaco | Bus 442 runs every 30 minutes from 8am – 7:30pm year round and the timetable is here. €3/adult one way with tickets available on the bus outside the advance booking period. From July 10th – September 10th €5/adult with advance booking and no transport cards valid.
From Monguelfo | Shuttle bus 439 runs during the peak season from 9am – 6pm. Cost and restrictions are the same as route 442. Find the timetable here.
ADVANCE BOOKING | From July 10th to September 10th, advance booking of bus and shuttle tickets is compulsory, and the Mobilcard is not valid during this time period. Book your ticket here.
Lago di Braies on foot
If you’re visiting during the summer and have missed out on booking lakeside parking or your shuttle bus, then it’s a pleasant 1-1.5h stroll to the lake. The path does wind uphill, passing the pretty San Vito church, but is a mostly flat and easy walk along the Alta Via path #1.
Guided Tours to Lago di Braies
If you prefer to get someone else to do the hard work and you’ve got limited time, then this private day trip from Bolzano might be for you. It includes visits to Lago di Braies along with Lago di Carezza, Misurina and Tre Cime and several other iconic Dolomites locations.
The Best Time to Visit Lago di Braies
The Best Time of Year to visit Lago di Braies
This is definitely one to avoid during the peak summer season if you possibly can. Not only are the crowds at their worst, but everything becomes considerably more expensive and advance booking is needed.
Your best options are in the shoulder seasons of June and early July or mid-September to late October. Having visited myself in the autumn, the colours are stunning but the water level of the lake, like many in the Dolomites, is much lower than in the spring.
TIP | Sunrise in June is likely to bring the best light, fewest crowds and highest volume of water in the lake for perfect photographs at Lago di Braies.
In general, I recommend visiting Lago di Braies earlier in the season (June to early July) for the highest water levels, snow-capped mountains and fewer people. As an added bonus, the rest of the region will be under a carpet of wildflowers.
Some of the activies, such as boat hire at the lake, are only available during the main Dolomites season of late May to October. Higher hiking trails won’t be accessible until the snow has melted, which may not happen until mid-June. They’ll close again once the winter snow arrives. You should take this into account when deciding on the timing of your visit.
During the winter, Lago di Braies freezes over and the hike around the lake gets shut after the first significant snowfall. If you visit from mid-November to April it’s highly likely that you’ll find the lake under a blanket of ice and snow.
The Best Time of Day to visit Lago di Braies
Honestly, you’re unlikely to get the lake to yourself no matter how early you arrive, but sunrise is your best bet. Lago di Braies is nestled between high mountains, so the light doesn’t hit the water in the summer until about an hour after sunrise. Watching the mountains slowly come to life in the golden morning light is magical.
Photographers will want to be here at sunrise during the summer to get a good spot. Otherwise 7-8am is a good time to aim for. In autumn, sunset is beautiful and there are very few people still hanging around at the lake late in the day. You should be able to get parking if you arrive after 4pm, especially outside the peak season.
It’s worth being aware that 9am tends to see the highest volume of traffic arriving no matter the time of year. I highly recommend arriving before then no matter when you’re visiting.
There’s something of a strange phenomenon in the mountains where the wind often dies down at sunrise and sunset. For the best chance of seeing Lago di Braies like a mirror, plan your visit for either end of the day. I arrived at 5pm, an hour before sunset, to find the lake rippling under a stiff breeze. Within an hour, it was like glass.
Responsible Photography at Lago di Braies
Ok, this is where things get a bit real. I saw some pretty bad behaviour at Lago di Braies in the name of getting the banger shot. It might be tempting to think that it’s only you, so what does it matter? But if there are 100 people all doing that, pretty soon it’s just unpleasant for everyone.
No drones | There are multiple signs stating droning is forbidden at Lago di Braies. I’ve seen plenty of drone shots from the lake and I’m sure you have too. Maybe they were taken in years past. Maybe not. The 4 people I personally saw launching drones there were very much ignoring the signs. I know this because they shrugged and asked “yes, so what?” when I asked. The more people flaunt the rules, the more rules get imposed.
No breaking and entering | If the boathouse is closed you’re out of luck for a shot there unless you want to pay the (rather exorbitant) €150 hourly fee. It’s private property and climbing over the railings is basically breaking in. Get there as the boathouse opens or just before closing and you’ll still be able to get your shot.
Share | This is generally just some life advice, but it’s also very relevant when taking photos at popular spots. If you see someone standing taking photos then it’s a bit of a dick move to just go and park yourself in front of them with a tripod and start doing a timelapse. Ask people if you can take a quick shot if they’re there before you. Move out of the way for a few minutes if you’re planning an hour-long photo session. Offer to take photos for other people. You might even make some cool new friends!
Essentials – what to take to Lago di Braies
This really depends on what activities you’re planning on doing, but there are a few items I think are essential when you’re visiting anywhere in the Dolomites. Hiking requires good boots, hiking poles and a water bottle. A camera is obviously a must no matter what! I would also take a jacket and a waterproof outer layer since mountain weather can be unpredictable.
Tips for visiting Pragser Wildsee
There are a few questions that seem to crop up a lot, so here are some useful tips and things to know before you visit Lago di Braies.
Why does the lake have more than one name?
It’s a bit confusing, but it’s due to the fact that this area of Italy has changed hands many times over the years. The entire area of South Tyrol was part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire until after World War I, at which point it was annexed to Italy. Through the years there have been significant rifts created over the duality of the region, but the end result is that almost everywhere in the Dolomites has 2 names – the newer Italian version and the German version it had prior to 1919.
Lake Braies is therefore officially both Lago di Braies in Italian and Pragser Wildsee in German.
Are there toilets at Lago di Braies?
Given the number of visitors, it’s fortunate that there are several! You’ll find the nicest toilets (paid if you’re not eating or staying here) at the Hotel Lago di Braies. There are also facilities at the car park and the far end of the lake.
Is the food really expensive?
In a word, no. It’s very much comparable to elsewhere in the region. I just wouldn’t say that it’s anything particularly special, and there are definitely better places to eat than at the lakeside options. I recommend the restaurant at Gasthof Huber (booking strongly advised for dinner and possible online) or the Michelin starred Tilia (booking essential) in Dobbiaco for something really special.
If you want to eat at the lake then you should try out the Mons picnic. Created by Tilia, you get a backpack or basket full of locally produced goodies in reusable containers. It’s a really wonderful way to try out the best of what’s local and seasonal. Remember to be a responsible traveller and take your litter with you!
Do I have to pay to visit Lago di Braies?
This is a tricky one. Whilst the lake is free to visit, the parking is definitely not! The only way to truly visit without paying is to walk or cycle here.
Where to Stay to Visit Lago di Braies
The Braies valley itself is the best location if you want to be at the lake for sunrise. Otherwise, Dobbiaco and Brunico are both within a 30 minutes drive. If you’re depending on public transport, Dobbicao is the most convenient place to stay to visit Lago di Braies.
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WHERE I STAYED TO VISIT LAGO DI BRAIES
Gasthof Huber | For the price and location 10 mins drive from the lake you really can’t get much better than this. I absolutely loved it. They serve traditional South Tyrolean food in the restaurant – the portions are huge and it’s delicious. There’s a great buffet breakfast and excellent coffee. Rooms are basic but clean and comfortable, and I would absolutely stay here again. From €60/night. Check availability here.
Rifugio Biella / Seekofel Hütte | Open from mid-June to the end of September. It’s very basic with cold showers and pit toilets, but the food is excellent and the prices really reasonable. Bring cash, as the landline is temperamental. Lunch from €10 and beds from €40. Booking essential.
Hotel Lago di Braies | The ultimate accommodation at the lake with rooms overlooking the incredible views. Free fishing permits and gear rental is available. From €190/night. Check availability here.
Romantik Hotel Santer | The spa here is incredible and this family-run hotel is great value for what you get. My pick of the luxury hotels in the area and only 20 minutes drive to the lake. From €210/night. Check availability here.
Natura Boutique Chalet Wellness SPA | With an onsite spa, beautiful light and modern rooms and an amazing breakfast, this lovely hotel in the woods is hard to beat. Private parking is available onsite. From €210/night. Check availability here.
Hotel Rosengarten | The rooms are beautiful here and the food is fantastic. You can get a free shuttle bus from the train station if you’re arriving without a car. It’s family-run and you actually do get to feel like part of the family when you stay here. From €110/night. Check availability here.
Hotel Restaurant Langgenhof | The indoor swimming pool is stunning and the food is great, expecially the breakfast. Bikes are available to guests for free so it’s a great option if you’re keen to avoid using the car. From €140/night. Check availability here.
BUDGET & CAMPING AT LAGO DI BRAIES
Camping Toblacher See | Right on the shores of Lago di Dobbiaco (NOT Braies), 20 minutes drive from Pragser Wildsee. This campsite has wonderful modern facilities and is a fantastic option if you’re in a van. I stayed here for a night and honestly wished I’d planned longer. The sites are flat and all located a stone’s throw from the lake. The onsite restaurant serves great food and pizza. If you want to splash out you can also check out their Skyview Chalets. From €20/night. Check availability here.
If you’re in a campervan then you can stay at the carparks by the lake for €20-25 depending on which area you choose. Be aware that there are no services or toilets overnight. Wild camping is not allowed in the Dolomites region.
HOW TO GET TO THE DOLOMITES
The Dolomites are located in northeastern Italy, but there’s no “Dolomites” airport or station. There are, however, plenty of good options for reaching the area from various nearby hubs. Lago di Braies is located in the northeastern part of the Dolomites.
The closest transport hubs to Lago di Braies are Cortina or Dobbiaco.
DISTANCE TO THE NORTHEASTERN DOLOMITES FROM MAJOR AIRPORT HUBS
ITALY | Venice Marco Polo
170km | 2h 30min
ITALY | Milan Malpensa
440km | 4h 30min
ITALY | Verona
275km | 3h
GERMANY | Munich
350km | 4h
AUSTRIA | Innsbruck
160km | 2h 20min
Undoubtedly the easiest way to get from the airport to the Dolomites is by hiring a car. Since the Dolomites is technically an autonomous region in Italy, there’s less hassle if you hire a car in Italy as you don’t have to worry about crossing borders. I recommend checking out AutoEurope for the best car deals and Insurance4carhire to cover excess insurance.
Honestly, with the number of train changes and cost, this is unlikely to be a convenient way to get to your destination. There are, however, stations in both Cortina and Dobbiaco if you want to investigate further. I recommend using Omio to check your options.
Hopefully, you’ve now got all the information you need to plan your own visit to the beautiful emerald Lago di Braies. Let me know if you have any questions or tips for your fellow readers in the comments!
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