Hiking and rock climbing are among the most popular summer activities in the Trentino, and mountaineers and rock climbers will find scenic nature and a vast array of challenges between the Dolomites and the Ortler Massif, the Adamello-Brento Group and the Lagorai Mountains.
The Trentino is also home to 297 lakes and countless rivers that cover over a total of 35 square kilometers. Thanks to its reliable winds, beautiful Lake Garda is popular with windsurfers, kite surfers and sailors.
The Trentino’s ski areas nestle amid a stunning mountain scenery: "Dolomiti Superski" and “Skirama Adamello-Brenta“ offer top modern ski lifts and 1220 impeccably groomed runs for all experience levels.
Whether you are looking for a hotel, a guesthouse or an apartment for your stay in Trentino – we have got the right accommodation for you.
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In summer Trentino offers something for every taste: mountains, lakes and forests!
Trentino offers you cultural and natural resources as well as a journey into its history and spoils you with clean water, pure air and beautiful surroundings.
This area features traditions and values of the people as well as agricultural products, and reflects the harmony of nature and culture, men and environment, well-being and hospitality. Summer holidays in Trentino is the perfect time to get to know new friends, broaden your horizon or let yourself surprise.
Unique scenic beauty, surrounded by the Dolomites, the most impressive mountains of the world.
Winter in Trentino means unforgettable moments and emotions. The ski resorts of Trentino are a mixture of technology and breathtaking panoramic views. Endless well-groomed slopes for all levels and easy and comfortable ski lifts guarantee ski fun the whole season.
Furthermore, this region features a traditional hospitality in its hotels and restaurants.
Trentino has always been a meeting place between Northern and Southern Europe and hosts a rich artistic, historical, cultural and traditional heritage.