Travel to Trentino

Trentino-Alto Adige

Looking for travel tips for Trentino and South Tyrol? Did you know that this region is also called Alto Adige and that these are the two northernmost provinces of Italy that border Austria? The region is bilingual, German and Italian. Trentino and South Tyrol are as Tyrolean as they are Italian, a region of contrasts. Largely covered by the mountain peaks of the Dolomites, where deep-rooted traditions go hand in hand with a cosmopolitan character. It's the variety and harmony of the contrasts that make Trentino and South Tyrol so special. To the south, it borders the Lake Garda

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Weather Forecast Trentino and South Tyrol

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The Dolomites

Stunning mountain areas in the Dolomites make it a destination for both summer and winter vacations. Well-known places include Bolzano, the Gardena valley, the Alta Badia region all the way to Lake Garda. Due to a unique microclimate, Trentino is Europe's largest apple producer. In winter, the ski resorts of Madonna di Campiglio, Folgarida-Marilleva, Canazei, Santa Christina, and Selva are the top destinations, while in the summer, Lake Garda and Lake Levico attract tourists. Trentino is the perfect destination for biking and hiking vacations.

  1. The Matterhorn

    Visitors to Italy in winter may be treated to far fewer crowds in museums, but with ski resorts more crowded instead –- especially during February's "white week" or settimana bianca, when schoolkids get a mid-winter break to hit the slopes. In February, carnival is in the air with costumes being prepared, confetti strewn on city streets by young children, floats prepared for the parades and of course, pastry shoppes and coffee bars offering all sorts

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