The region’s crown jewel is an enormous ski resort with hundreds of kilometers of skiable terrain, making it the leading destination for winter tourism.
The most sought after locations are Madonna di Campiglio, Canazei, Moena, and San Martino di Castrozza, which are just as popular in the summer months. Lake Garda, which narrows so much resembles a fjord weaving into the mountains, symbolizes the natural bliss of the region. And there’s no better way to experience it firsthand than at one of the region’s several thermal resorts, such as Merano, Lèvico Terme, Peio, Rabbi, and Comano Terme.
Trentino Alto Adige is known for its remarkably well preserved cultural heritage, which offers a tour through history in its prehistorical records, enchanting castles, sanctuaries, and cities of historic and artistic importance.
Trentino Alto Adige, situated on the far northern end of Italy, borders Austria and Switzerland. Famous for its mountains, no other region can match its elevated beauty.
Its mountainous territory stretches from the Adamello-Brenta group, to the Ortles and Cevedale summits, to the most wonderful European mountains: the Dolomites of Val di Fassa, Brenta, Val Gardena, and Val di Fiemme.
Such terrain lends itself to truly extraordinary landscapes: wide valleys, majestic summits, crawling woods, flowing rivers, serene lakes, and traditional burgs with towering belfries surrounded by the thousand faces of an authentic, unspoiled nature.
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