Latest update: 26 February 2022
The River Ticino is Italy's seventh longest river, stretching a distance of 248 kilometres and rising to a maximum elevation of 2,478 metres above sea level.
The source of the river is in Switzerland from where it flows south towards Italy. At a certain point, it reaches Lake Maggiore before continuing south from the town of Sesto Calende.
Length: 248 kilometres (seventh longest in Italy)
Notable locations: Lake Maggiore, Sesto Calende, Vigevano, Pavia
Source: Ticino (Switzerland)
Mouth: Linarolo (where it joins River Po)
Maximum elevation: 2,478 Metres