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Trentino-Alto Adige

Europe’s most impressive, striking mountain scenery is found in this Italian region. Some locals speak not only Italian but also German or even Ladin, a minority language still alive and heard daily in the mountains.

Trentino-Alto Adige is skiing and extreme sports country par excellence. But not only mountain sports will get your blood flowing. Visitors seeking less adrenaline and more relaxation will be right at home immersed in the many thermal baths that offer breathtaking views or strolling in the woods or along paths where you can breathe in the fresh air. To cap off the day, enjoy a fine bottle of Trentino wine. Sip this juice of the gods in front of a roaring fire in the winter or in the open air in one of the many well-equipped mountain areas.

But this region will entice you with more than just outdoor activities. Visit some of Italy’s most innovative, interesting museums located in Trento, Rovereto, and Bolzano. Marvel at their architecture and collections all year round. It’s the perfect activity for families and groups who don’t want to stop learning while they’re on vacation.

Trentino-Alto Adige’s vast variety of cultural offerings will surely inspire you, whether you’re visiting for a weekend, a week of skiing, or a long summer vacation. Throughout the region, more than 400 castles enshrine this land’s art and history, skilfully mixing German roots with Roman art. And that’s not all. The region’s museums are spectacular. At Trento’s science museum called MUSE, visitors travel from prehistoric days to the present through many technological and interactive installations. On the other hand, Rovereto’s MART is renowned worldwide for its collection of modern and contemporary art.

Here in the heart of the Alps, Trentino is synonymous with the finest quality food and wine products. It’s the stamp of approval for anyone who loves to eat well. We’re not just talking about the region’s highly acclaimed apples but also cured meats, cheeses, and premium wines. Trentino-Alto Adige consistently serves up excellent, locally made products to please every palate. There’s nothing better than a leisurely lunch in a mountainside ski lodge or a dinner in springtime, perhaps with a lake view. Dine on guaranteed quality products that have been transformed by skilled local chefs into delicious dishes.

Trentino-Alto Adige has not only terrific skiing and majestic mountains but admittedly it puts its best foot forward in the winter. The snow-covered scenery soothes your spirit but often leaves your hands and feet a bit chilly. Treat yourself to a pair of classic Tyrolean slippers made of felt or boiled wool crafted in Bolzano and surroundings. Here they know how to keep warm every part of the body just as they know exactly how to create a warm, welcoming atmosphere at Christmas. The area is packed with holiday markets, one of the most frequented is in Levico Terme, filling the main streets and piazzas of this quaint town near Trento.

Where should we start? Trentino-Alto Adige has more than 50 lakes and the incredible Tre Cime di Lavaredo (Three Peaks of Lavaredo). But there are also forests, immense valleys, glaciers, and dramatic Dolomite scenery that are a wondrous feast for the eyes of travellers. Every village, every town, every mountain has its own unique aspect. Therefore, no matter where you look, the views are breathtaking: the bright, white scenery in autumn and winter, an explosion of colours in spring and summer. There’s an embarrassment of choices.

Buckle your ski boots and keep nearby your after-ski boots, snowshoes, and hiking boots. You won’t ever be bored here. While vacationing in Trentino-Alto Adige, mountain sports are part of your daily routine. That’s because there are more than 800 kilometres of Nordic ski slopes divided among dozens of ski resorts, including many of the most renowned in Europe. Just a few names to get the adrenaline flowing for sideslipping: Madonna di Campiglio, Val di Fassa, Folgaria, and Andalo. When the weather is mild, you can go horseback riding or hike along paths or up more challenging via ferratas (Alpine cable-lined routes), alone or even with the family. In fact, there are numerous stroller-friendly hiking routes such as those found in Andalo.

Spring is the ideal season for recuperating energy and restoring the mind-body balance. Imagine pampering yourself surrounded by Europe’s most beautiful mountains and Alto Adige’s stunning valleys while soaking in a Kneipp bath, a form of hydrotherapy. There’s no better way to rejuvenate the mind and spirit. Even better would be to add some treatments in the thermal bath centres located in Levico Terme or a long walk in Stelvio National Park in search of wild herbs for preparing relaxing herbals teas to drink poolside.

In Trentino-Alto Adige, the keyword is adrenaline. You’ll feel it when skiing down the awesome slopes, canyoning, rock climbing, and rafting. But you can get a rush in many ways here. Fun is available and accessible to everyone in this region. Families will have plenty of options for entertaining their children. A sure success is ice skating in the heart of Trento or Bolzano or in the many ice-skating rinks found in quite a few towns. For those who enjoy a spin on a dance floor or a night at a high-altitude discotheque, head to the Apres-Club near Merano or Trento’s Lab05 to cut loose.

A spiritual vacation enjoyed in Trentino can’t overlook the pursuit of a faith that’s intimately tied to the immensity of nature and the grandeur of its most distinctive elements. Stepping into this context isn’t difficult with visits to the many mountain churches with their characteristic bell towers that evoke a fairytale image more than that of a place of worship. For example, the gorgeous Church of S. Giuliana, the oldest in the Val di Fassa, consecrated in 1452. And the magnificent Sanctuary of the Madonna of Pietralba must also be mentioned. This sacred place set in the lush green Alpine countryside near Nova Ponente is a true masterpiece where faith and curiosity come together in relation to the magnificence of creation.

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