Area: 13.607 km² - Population: 940.016
The regional capital is Trento
It borders with: Lombardy, Veneto,
Trentino alto adige
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There are a number of lakes and naturally beautiful areas to explore in the Trentino Alto Adige region, which include the beautiful and legend filled Lake Carezza and Lake Misurina. These two lakes set against the stunning backdrop of the Dolomite mountain range, which is a beautiful area to explore after being declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Resorts can be found at the foot of the mountains to take advantage of the plentiful snows that fill the slopes each winter and create the perfect environment for experiencing the winter sports that this area of Italy is well known for. Lake Carezza is perhaps the best known body of water in the Trentino Alte Adige region as it has a unique green water colour throughout the year, which is blamed on the presence of a mermaid in the deep waters. Visitors to the region can take in the beauty of the scenery, which reflects in a stunning and artistic way in the waters of the lake.
Hiking, mountain biking and horse riding are great ways to explore this tree covered area for the entire family. Many visitors simply arrive at the lake and spend some time taking in the amazing natural beauty, which includes a winter period when this small, but well known mountain feature is covered by a thick layer of ice.
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The Val di Fassa or Fassa Valley is one of the Trentino valleys in the Dolomites in Trentino, northern Italy. It is referred to as Region Comun General de Fascia because it is an adminstrative valley community. It is surrounded by Sella, Rosengarten, Marmolada and Sassolungo mountains which affords splendid views of Trentino-Alto-Adige.
Apart from the mountains, there are lush forests, alpine lakes and rocky cliffs. The Val di Fassa is most popular in summer and winter.
During winter, the ski resorts are always busy. The resorts are in the Dolomiti Superski and they can all conveniently be accessed with one ski pass. The ski mountains here have modern lifts to the top of the slopes. In fact, the ski resorts here often host winter sport tournaments and contests. When the snow and ice thaws out during the warm months, the same lifts are used to get to high spots in the high mountains for hiking.
Something else that stands out about the Val di Fassa is how it has held on to Ladin traditions. In fact, Ladin is still spoken here and ancient legends continue to be passed on from generation to generation. As a holiday destination, it is the place to slow down, stop and smell the roses and get close to nature.
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The northern Italy region is one of the best known in the world for fans of winter sports and historic sites.
The Val di Sole area is a popular destination for those who wish to enjoy a region known for providing the best in winter sports action in this area and also provides a range of summer based activities, such as exploring the two national parks that can be found in the valley.
Many visitors choose this valley when they wish to spend their time away from the major ski resorts, but still have the best in winter sports on hand at all times.
Within the Val di Sole region the chance to enjoy a range of activities and cultural options is always popular, including the chance to enjoy a range of cuisine from classic Italian through to the most popular hybrid meals offered with a German and Austrian flavor.
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The Altopiano della Paganella region of Trentino offers some of the breathtaking mountainous scenery in Italy.
Enjoy a stay in one of Trentino's many towns and communes, and get a real experience of local life and Trentino cuisine. The Paganella plateu lies near the epic Brenta Dolomites and Valle dell'Adige valley, offering the ultimate hiking or cycling experience for those who want to get outdoors and explore.
The Adamello Brenta Nature Park helps preserve some of the most beautiful natural environments in Italy, and offers visitors plenty of ways to explore their surroundings with easy hikes and trails for the family, to more challenging routes off the beaten path. There's plenty of opportunity for the climbing and abseiling enthusiast, with some of the most challenging climbs and scales in Europe.
For those looking for the ultimate outdoor experience, the region offers ski lifts for access to more challenging peaks, with gorge and river valleys ripe for scrambling. Renowned for its sporting heritage, the region is home to sports centres, swimming pools and stadiums aplenty. Make the most of your visit and take to one of the many bike-paths of the Brenta Bike Dolomite project - designed to help visitors explore the uncover the finest gems the area has to offer.
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Set in the Trentino region of Northern Italy, Val Rendena, is the valley of the Sarca River. Spiazzo Rendena and Pinzolo are the main towns.
Warm, variable summers and cold, snowy winters make Trentino Alto Adige a year-round destination for exciting holidays and fun adventures.
The snow in the winter Dolomites is perfect for those who love skiing, ice-skating, snowboarding, snowshoeing, climbing, and all level trekking.
In summer enchanting landscapes are to be explored, there are the trails of the Stelvio National Park to walk and beautiful high-altitude lakes and the woods of Fassa Valley to visit.
Welcoming bars and taverns exude mountain hospitality and dinners in front of blazing fires are romantic.
Discover this fertile valley's wine, fruit, cheeses, smoked ham and salami. This picturesque region has a rich cultural heritage with castles, monuments, sanctuaries and towns.
Visit charming villages with squares and bell towers.
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The mountainous region of Val di Sole is one of the most popular in Northern Italy because of its year round activities, which range from skiing and winter sports to summer based cycling and running options.
Val di Sole itself is a popular option for many visitors as this stunning valley location takes in four different towns, including the largest of Male.
These four towns offer a range of activities and cultural options that include the best in food and northern Italian cultural activities.
Lake Garda is one of the main attractions in the Trentino Alto Adige region, which also includes the chance to enjoy a range of popular activities that are accessibly when based close to the Madonna di Campiglio ski resort found at the southern tip of the valley. nationals parks surround the valley, which also provides a perfect way of enjoying the beauty of the region passing between the many different valleys found in the Trentino Alto Adige region.
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Lake Ledro is an elevated lake in Trentino, Italy. With pristine mountain air, the lake is one of the cleanest in Italy. In summer the water is warm making swimming a pleasure and there are relaxing beaches on the lake shores one of which allows dogs.
There are sailing, biking and canoeing activities available at the lake. Lake Ledro is near Lake Garda and the area has much historical interest. There is evidence of pre-historic settlement with Pile dwellings or stilt houses and they are part of the Alps UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Casa Silvia apartments near Lake Ledro offers comfortable self catering accommodation that is ideal for families. The attractive house contains twelve 12 spacious, light apartments. Guests have access to ample outdoor space with lawns, a football pitch, basketball hoop and childrens' playground. Use and enjoy the double barbecue, relax under the gazebo where there are tables and chairs. This apartment complex has bike storage and a laundry. Apartments have lovely views of the garden or woods and Tare well equipped and have satellite TV. Kitchens have a fridge, four burner gas hob, and a German coffee machine. There is ample private parking. Explore Lake Ledro and its surrounds from a lake apartment.
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The Val di Fiemme area of Trentino is a popular tourist attraction for its amazing range of activities and cultural options found throughout the region.
Of course, this area of northern Italy is best known for its use as an area for winter sports action, including the thousands of visitors attending the Nordic winter sports attractions on a regular basis.
The Val di Fiemme and Trentino regions offer visitors much more than just the chance to enjoy winter sports, instead allowing you the chance to look deep into an ancient and historic culture.
The options that can be enjoyed include the regional wines that are best known for the dry and sparkling wines the region has produced for centuries; summer months also prove popular with visitors looking to explore the national parks and regular cycling events.
The winter sports on offer form the basis of the region and include the Dolomiti Super Ski Trentino is well known for.
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The region of Trentino-Alto Adige is geographically and culturally divided into two distinct parts. Alto Adige in the north is a mountainous region, with heavy culinary influences and a shared dialect with neighbouring Austria (where it is known as Suedtirol), while Trentino has gentler terrain and a more recognisably Italian cuisine.
Visitors to the north can enjoy hearty food centred heavily around pork, with Speck a speciality. This is similar to the famous prosciutto crudo, although it is made from cheaper cuts of pork which are dry cured and smoked to produce a delicious anti-pasti meat that is sometimes known as Tyrolean bacon.
You can expect dumplings and mushrooms, especially in the colder months, and a huge variety of sausages that preserve the almighty pig in an ingenious number of ways. Forest fruits are also popular, along with game of all types - the local deer population provides outstanding venison in season. Trentino's food, while still recognisably northern, shares more generally Italian features such as the use of olive oil in preference to butter.
As a province with over 300 lakes, Trentino enjoys superb freshwater fish which are grilled, baked, or served as risotto. Polenta is popular, although as if to reject the Italian stereotype, the proud northern folk of the region mostly avoid pasta dishes. Wine lovers should consider visiting the region in September and October when the year's new batch of wine becomes available. Villages around the region hold festivals to celebrate the event, with plenty of chance to sample the product, including young unfinished wine that packs a real punch, all in the open air to the accompaniment of live music and - of course - plenty of delicious food.
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That the apple is the queen of the Val di Non is now a known fact! There are over 5,000 farming families in Val di Non carefully cultivating the land and gather in camps in the fall to share the great festival of the harvest of apples. The Val di Non in Trentino offers the visitor a truly unique spectacle: vast green fields, but also rocky gorges and canyons. Wide horizons with crystalline lakes set among breathtaking landscapes and unspoilt nature for walking, mountain biking or horseback. And then castles and shrines guardians of a past rich in emotion and spirituality.
Along the Road of the Apple you can dive into a world where nature enchants and offers fresh local products, grown by expert hands and that are passed down from father to son the secrets and curiosities. Those are traditions that allow the products of the Valle di Non to win for quality and excellence, as the history of the apple, grown from a few hundred years ago and today farming families has become the symbol of what is known worldwide as the valley of apples, thanks to the excellence of a product, awarded with the DOP recognition. There are several varieties produced: the most famous is the Red Delicious apple, from the fairy tale of Snow White, delicious in its sweet and aromatic pulp. The Association of the Road and Food and of the Apples of Val di Non is also active in offering the public "tasty" tours, which enhance the beauty of these places. Itineraries where the apple, of course, is the star. Primarily, the undisputed queen of the table.
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