Verbania is a city with 30,310 inhabitants (2012) in the Piedmont region in Italy. Hamlets of Verbania are Antoliva, Bieno, Biganzolo, Cavandone, Fondotoce, Intra, Pallanza, Possaccio, Suna, Torchiedo, Trobaso and Zoverallo.
The neighboring municipalities are Arizzano Baveno, Cambiasca, Cossogno, Ghiffa, Gravellona Toce, Laveno-Mombello, Mergozzo, Miazzina, San Bernardino Verbano, Stresa and Vignone. The patron saint of the city's San Vittore.
The town of Verbania is at an altitude of 197 meters above sea level on the western shore of Lake Maggiore.
Sights worth seeing
Botanical Garden of Verbania-Pallanza and the botanical gardens of Villa Taranto, which is for the most part on the headland Punta della Castagnola, which separates it from the Intra Pallanza.
In the cemetery in the hamlet of Biganzolo the important German mathematician Bernhard Riemann is buried.