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Trentino Alto Adige 

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Saint Martin peaks in Trentino Alto Adige Italy
Cabins in Trentino Alto Adige Italy
The Buonconsiglio Castle in Trento Trentino Alto Adige Italy
Earth pyramids of Renon in Trentino Alto Adige Italy
Trento in Winter Trentino Alto Adige Italy
A Deli with delicious cheese from Trentino Alto Adige Italy
Rock climbing in Trentino Alto Adige Italy
Seasonal fruit in Trentino Alto Adige Italy
Rafting in Trentino Alto Adige Italy
Typical wood carving in Val Garden Trentino Alto Adige Italy
Typical barns from Trentino Alto Adige Italy
Hay bath in a Trentino Alto Adige Spa Italy
Relax in Trentino Alto Adige Spas Italy
A young girl in Trentino Alto Adige Italy
A view of Bolzano Trentino Alto Adige Italy
Chestnuts from Trentino Alto Adige Italy
A typical dress from Trentino Alto Adige Italy
Ski World Cup in Val Gardena Trentino Alto Adige Italy
Rooster in Trentino Alto Adige Italy
A typical accommodation in Trentino Alto Adige Italy
The famous apples from Trentino Alto Adige Italy
Riding MTB in Trentino Alto Adige Italy
Cross country ski in Trentino Alto Adige Italy
Rye bread from Trentino Alto Adige Italy
Typical Speck and cheeses from Trentino Alto Adige Italy
Carezza Lake in Trentino Alto Adige Italy
Sunbathing in ski slopes in Trentino Alto Adige Italy
Speck smoked ham from Trentino Alto Adige Italy
A room with frescos in a castle in Bolzano Trentino Alto Adige Italy
Trento by night Trentino Alto Adige Italy
A historical pageant in Trento Trentino Alto Adige Italy
Trento main square during Christmas time Trentino Alto Adige Italy
Typical cheeses from Trentino Alto Adige Italy
Polenta and cold cuts from Trentino Alto Adige Italy

Trentino Alto Adige

This description page of Trentino Alto Adige, region Of Italy, will guide you in planning your trip to Italy and help you to find useful travel information about this Italian Region.

 

A strikingly beautiful dual region, Trentino-Alto Adige, with borders on Austria and Switzerland, is split into two distinct provinces. Trentino, around the city of Trento (or Trent) to the south, is historically Italian in language and culture. Alto Adige, around the city of Bolzano (or Bozen) to the north, is known as South Tyrol (Sudtirol in German) to the prominent German-speaking population. The South Tyrol, historically part of Austria, is officially bilingual where you'll find street signs in two languages, take your choice!

 

The Adige River, Italy's second largest, descends from an alpine lake high in the Dolomites, near the Austrian border, and travels south through the center of Trentino-Alto Adige, creating Valdadige (the Adige Valley).

The natives of Alto Adige and Trentino share an unspoiled nature complemented by a wealth of recreational sports. The Adige valley contains lakes, rivers and streams, woodland and vineyards. Southeast of the region rises the limestone peaks of the majestic Dolomites and further north the area becomes more mountainous and enclosed by the splendid heights of the Alps, popular ski resorts, snow-capped peaks, and immaculate medieval towns.

 

Not to miss are the vast, imposing castles in Trentino Alto Adige, most of them are remarkably well preserved, and open to visitors.

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