Trentino is the sunniest region of Northern Italy with the extraordinary beauty of the mountains, lakes and tranquillity.
The Trentino region expands from the Dolomites to Lake Garda. The Dolomites are considered by some the most beautiful mountains in the world and are included in the list of World Heritage Sites. It is a land of passage where you encounter different cultures and Trentino relives it’s past in different villages and traditional cuisine. For lovers of outdoor sports there are numerous trails and paths.
If you prefer a relaxing holiday in the sun this is also possible in Trentino. ‘Caldonazzo’ and ‘Lake Levico’ are the warmest lakes in Central and Southern Europe. With an average temperature of 23 degrees you can practice many sports: swimming, sailing, boating, windsurfing and water skiing. The beaches slope gently and are ideal for children. These regions are also full of shops and restaurants.
Average summer temperature: 29 degrees
Science Museum of Trento
Forests, lakes, rivers and the beautiful Alps
30 Michelin starred restaurants
Ceramics from Bassano del Grappa
The Trentino region is full of spas. ‘Cormano Terme’ is famous for its ancient baths and ‘Levico Terme’ is a very popular spa destination.
The cities of Bolzano and Trento are dotted with numerous shops and markets. The Market of Gaudienti in Trento is a charming antiques market that takes place on the second Saturday of the month.
The shores of Lake Levico host a beach and a park with characteristic reeds. In this magnificent countryside walks and hikes are a must!
The cuisine of Trentino is a mix of Italian and Tyrolean influence. Some local specialties to taste are dumplings (stuffed with bacon or spinach) and Tyrolean ravioli (with spinach and cheese).