Spring holidays: In Trentino, it’s show time

Enjoy a sunny break in the Alps: In Trentino, you are reserved a front row seat for a spectacular show: nature’s awakening


The start of Spring means the world begins to awake and alongside our body and spirit rejuvenate. Days are richer in sunlight, nature burst into colourful patterns and delicate smells, the sun embraces everything with its warm glow.
It’s a spectacle that offers a variety of natural events at different altitudes. Already our towns and valleys start changing their appearance, while the Dolomites’ peaks still bathe in the soft winter light.  

A holiday break at this time of the year is a unique experience as you can still enjoy the peace & quiet of winter while savouring the promise of warmer summer days.

Whether you wish to experience the spring flowering, discover the local villages and historic castles, or simply enjoy the warmer weather with a picnic by the lake, take advantage of the upcoming spring breaks, Easter and bank holidays and join the many festivals and cultural events organised between April and May in Trentino.

Spring long weekends

Trentino offers oodles of things to do and to see, new experiences to try, great food to taste. Don’t waste time, swap the city hassle for a regenerative spring break. We selected for you the best offers for hotels, agriturismi and B&B. Come and join us!

Spring flowering and local festivals

See Trentino covered in a blanket of pink and white! Experience walking through an apple orchard in full bloom. In Valsugana and in Val di Non, you can take part in various events dedicated to spring flowering, gardening and nature displays.

Picnics, a thing we love about Spring

A sunny patch of green, a plaid blanket, a wicker basket full of goodies: all key ingredients for the perfect picnic, by the lake or up in the mountains. Discover here the best picnic spots, plus ideas for local products to buy and bring along.

Need more inspiration for your holiday?

Find out how to make your Spring break In Trentino even more special: from cultural events, like the Trento Film Festival (dedicated to mountain and exploration), to sport events like the Garda Bike Festival, or many exciting food & wine events.