Trentino Alto Adige
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Trentino Alto Adige
In a small area bridging the Roman and Nordic worlds, a tour of Trentino Alto Adige allows discovering the great diversity of its landscape: from the rocky and imposing Dolomite mountains, to the forests, open valleys, rivers, lakes and glaciers of the region. And then its cities and villages proud of their historical and cultural traditions. A trip to Trentino Alto Adige will fill your heart with excitement and relaxation.
Events and festivals in Trentino Alto Adige
Standing out among the festivals in Trentino Alto Adige is the celebration of San Vigilio in Trento, rich with traditional events that fill the city center for eight days. There are many folk festivals dedicated to local seasonal products such as wine, chestnuts, mushrooms and other typical delicacies.
Places to visit in Trentino Alto Adige
A trip to Trentino Alto Adige must include a stop in Merano, a city frequently visited in the Habsburg age by nobles and artists for the healing properties of its thermal springs and the enjoyable climate and walks along the river. Among the things to do in Trentino Alto Adige, for wine enthusiasts there is a tour of the wineries that open their historic cellars to visitors, with wine tasting sessions paired with local specialties.
Visiting the region's castles is another must: if you go through Merano, do not miss the Tirolo Castle, an ancient home that tells the story of the South Tyrolean dynasties.
What are the main reasons to visit Trentino Alto Adige?
A trip to Trentino Alto Adige, thanks to its history as a border region, makes it possible to discover different sides of a huge cultural heritage: from the prehistoric age to medieval times and castles, from Marian shrines to cities of art, where Germanic Gothic and Renaissance combine. Visiting Trentino Alto Adige means finding relaxation and wellbeing everywhere, but especially in the local historical spas such as Levico Terme, Peio, Comano and Merano.
The local cuisine is born from the mountains and two cuisine styles share their presence in classic dishes: polenta, canederli, goulash, and apple strudel, together with soups and deer or pork-based dishes. The regional wines are among the most appreciated Italian wines.