Focal lesions of the liver are commonly found in middle aged and older patients because of increasing usage and improved sensitivity of imaging modalities. Focal lesions of the liver often have various imaging characteristics which may be interpreted as either benign or malignant. Benign lesions include cystic lesions, vascular lesions, benign tumors, pseudo lesions, and various infectious lesions. Hepatic hemangioma is known as the most common benign hepatic tumor and other vascular lesions are not common. Clinical significance of these vascular lesions is differentiation from other tumors. Understanding the underlying pathophysiology of these lesions may lead to characteristic imaging manifestations, which direct the radiologist to the diagnosis. We reviewed the characteristic imaging features, clinical symptoms, treatment and prognosis of the several hepatic vascular lesions based on the recent literatures.