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Skiing, hiking, outstanding scenery and Ladin culture await at this world-famous tourist region dominated by the rugged peaks of the Dolomites.

Infinite opportunities for hiking and skiing accompanied by stunning natural beauty attract millions of tourists annually to Italy’s Trentino region. Trentino is the southern section of Trentino-Alto Adige, a fascinating region that spreads across the Alps and Dolomites. In addition to the outdoor adventures, discover castles, tranquil villages and vineyards.

At the heart of Trentino is its architecturally impressive capital, Trento. Admire centuries-old courtyards, frescoed churches and squares as you wander zigzagging streets. Go wine tasting in the Valle dell’Adige. Enjoy biking, hiking and snow sports at Monte Bondone and Valle dei Laghi.

Close to Trento, Altopiano di Pine’ and Valle di Cembra are dotted with hamlets, lakes and vineyards and ideal to explore on bike. Valsugana offers more of the same in the watchful eye of the Lagorai mountain range.

Toward the south of the region is Rovereto, a gateway to watersports on Lake Garda. Find peaceful Alpine villages set amid fields of colorful wildflowers and modern ski centers in the Altopiano di Brentonico plateau.

The eastern side of the region sits nestled in the foothills of the renowned valleys, Val di Fassa and Val di Fiemme. Visit year-round resort villages such as Canazei and Moena, which form part of the Dolomiti Superski Area and TreValli Ski Area, respectively. While in Canazei, experience ancient Ladin traditions at folk, food and wine festivals. The Valle del Vanoi shelters unspoiled mountain landscapes and scenic villages, including San Martino di Castrozza.

Rising above Trentino’s north-western region are the Brenta Dolomites. The main towns here are Andalo, Fai della Paganella and Madonna di Campiglio. Framed by the Adamello Brenta Nature Park, the towns have direct access to family-friendly walks, rock-climbing trails and miles of skiing trails.

With direct trains from Verona and Innsbruck, Austria, Trento is the region’s major transport hub. Year-round public bus, train and shuttle services link the main villages, towns and ski resorts. Rent a car and explore this magnificent region via panoramic mountain passes, some of which connect with the Alto-Adige section of Trentino-Alto Adige.


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