Trentino-Alto Adige, surrounded by the Dolomites and vines, attracts tourists with its diversity. In the north with the border with Austria, it offers mountain beauty, skiing in the Dolomites and small mountain villages. Trento, the capital of Trentino, is steeped in history, including the cathedral and Buonconsiglio Castle. Southern Alto Adige, the German-speaking part, is known for its vineyards, apple orchards and cultural festivities. Explore the Val Gardena valley, the Seiser Alm mountains and enjoy the fine wines and alpine atmosphere.
One of the most striking and beautiful horizontal formations in the world are the Dolomites. These limestone mountains are a UNESCO World Heritage Site and are a major attraction for lovers of mountain sports, hiking and mountain beauty.
The region is also known for its vineyards, producing excellent wines, and extensive apple orchards. The climate and soil are ideal for the cultivation of varieties that give a characteristic character to local production.
Linguistic and cultural diversity is also a significant element. German culture is present in the south of Alto Adige, while Italian is more widespread in Trentino.
The Trentino-Alto Adige region has become an important tourist destination for those looking for a combination of mountain adventure, culinary delights and rich culture.