The Trentino stretches from the Dolomites to the Garda lake. Relaxation in the thermal baths, mountaineering, mountain biking or only comfortable walking tours – Trentino offers a lot in summer. Also the towns, villages, museums, churches and castles are well-worth visiting. A particular highlight of this area are the lakes – Lago di Garda, Lago di Caldonazzo and hundreds more, down from the valley until up to the high mountains.
From the Lago di Garda lake to the Dolomites, from vintage to fruit harvest: autumn in the Trentino is multifarious. Apart from the touristic high seasons there is a lot to experience and to discover. Authentic village festivals, last mountain hikes or comfortable walks at the lakes – boredom will not come up!
In winter the Trentino is at it’s best! Dolomiti Superski and the Skirama Dolomiti Adamello Brenta make the region one of the leading winter sports destinations worldwide. In the villages and town the traditional Christmas markets take place. Magic snowy landscapes and untouched areas in the Trentino mountains invite to ski tours and snow shoe hikes.
Spring invaded Trentino! While the skiing areas in the mountains are operating until Easter in the valleys nature wakes up. April offers extensive bike trips through the blooming landscapes at the Lago di Garda lake and in Levico. Enjoy the balminess of the south or fun on the slopes – in the Trentino the possibilities in spring are nearly unlimited!
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Val di Non
Torbole and Riva del Garda
MUSE, the Science Museum in Trento
Sunrise on Primiero Valley