Two provinces, a territory to be explored.
If Trentino welcomes visitors with suggestive landscapes of the Dolomites of Val di Fassa and those of Brenta, with the vineyards of the Piana Rotaliana and the shores of Alto Garda Trentino; South Tyrol enchants with the Gardena and Alta Badia valleys, with the mysterious Lake of Rèsia and with ancient villages such as Vipiteno.
Both provinces allow you to live experiences in contact with nature, between genuine flavors, legends and stories related to peasant traditions and ancient castles. Young and old find in these territories an ideal destination to have fun and relax.
Accomodation – Mountain chalets, boutique hotels, mountain huts, farmhouses, residences, campsites, bed and breakfasts and private apartments: there is no shortage of accommodation in Trentino and South Tyrol and there are solutions suitable for every traveler.
Food – Trentino cuisine is very rich and varied, a combination of flavors between foods from the land, vegetables and fruit, red meats and freshwater fish, which abound in waterways. Traditional dishes include potato tortel, polenta and original dumplings from nearby Tyrol. The South Tyrolean cuisine, however, is flavored with speck and consists of dishes such as Spatzle, gnocchi flavored with butter, Schlutzkrapfen, ravioli stuffed with ricotta and spinach, soups, meat dishes and frankfurters.
Flying to Trentino Alto Adige – The Region is connected to the airports of Verona, Venice, Bolzano, Bergamo and Milan through transfer services that depart either from the airport itself, during the winter season the Fly Ski Shuttle is active, or from the railway stations of the cities airport headquarters.
Getting around – The train is an excellent solution for those who want to arrive or move within the area, as are urban and suburban bus services.
Suggested daily budget – around 20 to 100 EUR