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A novel itinerary retracing the Great War

3 Days

Second tour of the Great War

3 Days

A winter skiing itinerary

2 Days

A romantic weekend filled with art and nature in Mezzano

2 Days

To Canale di Tenno, featuring stone arches and nature-rich walks

2 Days

A weekend in Vigo di Fassa, in the heart of the Dolomites

2 Days

A weekend full of sport and nature in Bondone

2 Days

An easy-going weekend in San Lorenzo in Banale

Rango - Piazza - photo P. Fiorini - APT Comano | © Rango - Piazza - photo P. Fiorini - APT Comano
2 Days

Rediscover the wonders of the past during a weekend in Rango

7 Days

7 days in Trentino in the summer

7 Days

Back to the Future

2 Days

A weekend in Luserna, to discover Cimbrian traditions

2 Days

A trip to Pieve Tesino, between history and stories

1 Day

The Water Green Road

2 Days

Two days in Val di Non through woods and ancient canals

2 Days

Mediterranean Trentino and its olive groves

Riva del Garda

Great War, Art and Culture

A novel itinerary retracing the Great War

On occasion of its centenary, this novel 4-day itinerary accompanies you to a series of locations directly involved in the Great War, retracing events and recalling memories. Memories that have inspired the creation of museums, shows and exhibitions. The journey begins in Rovereto and ends in Trento, passing through Monta Zugna and Monte Pasubio along the way. You will walk, sleep in mountain huts, observe the stars, eat in a farmhouse and even be able to hop on an e-bike to visit the forts.

Great War

Second tour of the Great War

This tour will lead you along parts of the Sentiero della Pace, a route that connects places and memories of the First World War, from Passo Tonale to the Marmolada, covering a distance of 520 kilometres. The itinerary can be attempted over three days. Each stage will take you through different landscapes, from the peaks of the Val di Ledro, to Monte Altissimo di Nago, sweeping down to the shores of Lake Garda and rising again to the Monte Brione forts.

ACTIVE MOUNTAIN HOLIDAYS, Winter ski and adventure

A winter skiing itinerary

Trentino can be also explored on skis. Our winter itinerary both starts and finishes in Trento (of course, you’ll have to get to Trento first) and can last for one or more days, depending on your requirements. There are only a few of basic rules that must be followed: bring warm clothing, be ready for adventure and have the legs to ski down 150 kilometres of slopes, all connected thanks to 62 ski lift facilities. The vast ski area of Campiglio Dolomiti di Brenta Val di Sole Val Rendena, the largest in Trentino, starts at Folgarida-Marilleva and takes you as far as Pinzolo passing through Madonna di Campiglio, with a single ski pass. So here are our suggestions for a fun skiing itinerary.

Short breaks, Experience food and wine, Art and Culture

A romantic weekend filled with art and nature in Mezzano

Do you know that feeling when you want to leave everything behind and head off for a romantic getaway with the person you love? In Trentino you can find the perfect place for it. Nestled in the Valle del Primiero in the Parco Naturale Paneveggio Pale di San Martino (nature park), you will fall in love with Mezzano at first sight. Its bell tower stands 36 metres tall among the little stone and wooden homes, with the Dolomites in the background. Mezzano has been named one of the most beautiful villages in Italy by the Borghi Più Belli d’Italia association and it is renowned among art and music lovers. Every year sculptors travel there from all over the world for a show called “Cataste e canzei”. In the summer, musicians from the Music Academy International in New York and countries across the globe flock to the village for the “Mezzano Romantica” concerts. It is the ideal place for a romantic weekend: stay in accommodation in the village, discover the local traditions and cuisine, and go for delightful walks in the natural world all around you. Here are our tips for a two-day break.

Short breaks, Experience food and wine, Art and Culture

To Canale di Tenno, featuring stone arches and nature-rich walks

As you travel along the road from Riva del Garda to Lake Tenno, you suddenly see a group of stone houses on a rocky spur: this is Canale di Tenno, a small medieval village not far from the more renowned Lake Garda. It is small but brimming with charm. From afar, against the backdrop of rocky spurs and the mountains, Canale di Tenno looks like a painting, with remote and atmospheric traces of the past. Running balconies overlooking quiet lanes, barrel vaults, underpasses and colourful geraniums spilling out of window boxes: the quiet village is built of stone, wood and iron and is well worth exploring. Due to these very characteristics, Canale di Tenno has been included in the list of I Borghi più belli d’Italia (the association comprising the top Italian small towns and villages of historical interest). It is an ideal destination if you want to devote some time to yourself: a wonderful break during which you can walk to the lake, hike in the mountains, but also be enticed by the traditional carne salada e fasoi, a typical dish of this area. Two days to recharge your batteries, as many painters have done since the 1960s, staying at Tenno’s Casa degli artisti (Artists’ House) searching for inspiration.

Short breaks, Experience food and wine, Art and Culture

An easy-going weekend in San Lorenzo in Banale

Walk among stone and wooden houses surrounded by a vast expanse of greenery at the foot of the Dolomites. Named one of the most beautiful villages in Italy by the Borghi Più Belli d’Italia association, San Lorenzo in Banale is steeped in a sense of peace and tranquillity. It almost feels as if you can breathe it in the clean air of the Parco Naturale Adamello Brenta (nature park). San Lorenzo in Banale is part of San Lorenzo Dorsino and it is a 45-minute drive from Trento. Located at the entrance of the Val d’Ambiez, which is considered the gateway to the Brenta Dolomites, it is the ideal place to get back to nature as you walk among pastures along mountain paths. You can then wander through the narrow streets and porticoes of the village, which was formed by joining together seven ancient fiefs known as the “seven villas”. They each had their own distinctive features that can still be seen today. This is a place where you can take things slowly and savour every moment of your time. Here are a few tips for a two-day break.

Rango - Piazza - photo P. Fiorini - APT Comano | © Rango - Piazza - photo P. Fiorini - APT Comano
Short breaks, Experience food and wine, Art and Culture

Rediscover the wonders of the past during a weekend in Rango

You are bound to feel at home as soon as you get to Rango, which lies halfway between Lake Garda and Madonna di Campiglio. Everything in the village seems designed to offer respite to travellers, including the narrow streets and passageways between the closely huddled stone and wooden houses, the barrel vaults (known here as “portech”) that offer shelter from cold winter weather and blazing summer sunshine, and the large fountain in the square where you can stop for a rest and some refreshment. All of this stems from its history. Part of the Municipality of Bleggio Superiore, today Rango is a village full of rural appeal but it was once a crucial crossroads on the “Via Imperiale”: a road followed by merchants, pilgrims and shepherds with their flocks, who would stop for a break here. It is the ideal place to relax in natural surroundings, taking it slowly and stopping to rediscover and savour little things like walking through the meadows, strolling around the village and eating a slice of cake, maybe with the famous Bleggio walnuts from the local area. Rango has been named one of the most beautiful villages in Italy by the Borghi Più Belli d’Italia association and when you read our suggestions for a two-day break, you will see why.

Short breaks, Experience food and wine, Art and Culture

A weekend in Vigo di Fassa, in the heart of the Dolomites

Close your eyes for a moment and picture a little village in the Dolomites with large wooden haylofts and a little church whose slender bell tower has a pointed top, with green meadows and towering mountains all around. Located at the foot of the Rosengarten (Catinaccio) group and Latemar, Vigo di Fassa is like something out of a fairy tale. It is said that this is the realm of Laurin (Laurino), king of the dwarves. In order to win the heart of the Princess Similde, he covered the rocky peaks of the Rosengarten (Catinaccio) group with a beautiful layer of red roses. They can still be seen every evening at sunset, when the alpenglow makes the mountains turn red. Vigo di Fassa is an ancient village where people still speak the age-old Ladin language of the Dolomites. Make a fairy tale come true and spend a weekend in Trentino’s Vigo di Fassa, which has been named one of the most beautiful villages in Italy by the Borghi Più Belli d’Italia association.

Short breaks, Experience food and wine, Art and Culture

A weekend full of sport and nature in Bondone

Bondone is a place that dips its feet in the lake and has its head in the clouds. Once home to charcoal burners, since 2018 it has been listed as one of the most beautiful villages in Italy by the Borghi Più Belli d’Italia association. Located in Valle del Chiese, which is on the border with Lombardy in the southernmost part of Trentino, there are two different sides to Bondone. Its sterner, more warlike characteristics are embodied by the Castello di San Giovanni: a castle perched on a rocky outcrop. Then there is a milder, more carefree side, as encapsulated by the shores of Lake Idro. Until 50 years ago, Bondone was home to charcoal burners. Early in the spring they would set off for the mountains, taking their whole families with them and leaving their homes empty. They would not return until late in the autumn, after eight months of hard work that would help them to get through the winter. Images of the stout-hearted lifestyles of the past are conjured up today by the little stone and wooden homes lining the narrow streets of the villages. They seem to want to huddle together to protect and keep each other company after long months on the mountain slopes. Today, Bondone is a truly picturesque village and a great base for a sport-filled weekend in the relaxing natural setting of the Rete di Riserve della Valle del Chiese (network of nature reserves). If you come in August, do not miss the “Bondone in Strada” international street performers festival. Here are a few tips for a two-day break.

Soft mountain holidays

7 days in Trentino in the summer

SUMMER – Silent pastures with Dolomites on the horizon, waterfalls hidden in the woods, churches perched atop rocks and the serenity of life in mountain villages, where the days are marked by the rhythm of nature. Today we want to accompany you on a journey to discover a different Trentino that you may have never seen before. A week-long trip, off the beaten path, to capture the most genuine soul of our mountains. Our journey can only start from Trento, which will be the base of our itinerary. We recommend that you spend your nights in different places along your way, since this is the best way to explore Trentino. If you prefer, however, you can also establish your “base camp” in Trento and plan small day trips to return there every evening. From the capital city, you can reach all of the recommended destinations by car within an hour and a half, or just a little more. What do you say, should we go?

Experience food and wine

Back to the Future

Are you looking for new flavours, preferably local ones, but also for a full cultural immersion? Do you think that you can fully experience a destination if you manage to wholeheartedly transform yourself into a member of the local community you are visiting? Do you think that your access door are the food and wine products of the territory? When you encounter a new flavour that pleases you, even if you can’t name it, do you feel the vertigo of the time machine flying through space? If yes, then you are a gastronaut, an explorer looking for taste experiences to fill with flavours, relationships and culture. And if you have a passion for outdoor activities immersed in nature, perhaps near or in parks or protected areas, where cattle are grazing and agriculture is sustainable, then Trentino is your destination. You probably already know some of the Trentino agri-food products, like speck, grappa, cheeses and wine. And, even if just by way of postcards, the Nature Parks and our Dolomites, World Heritage sites. Probably what you still don’t know is that the taste experiences that Trentino is able to offer you today are the result of research conducted by young local chefs, who set out to invent the new Trentino cuisine, one capable of blending destinies. This movement has a name: Trentino Food Tales. Trentino is a vertical province. Mountains divide valleys, that are unique and powerful ecosystems. All the journeys you can experience in Trentino, from valleys to peaks, could keep you busy for a lifetime. To help you, we have created an itinerary to allow you to explore Eastern Trentino, along a route that starts from the city of Trento and ends at Passo Sella (2240 m a.s.l.). This journey will allow you to taste a new Trentino cuisine that draws its inspiration only from local and original products and, at the same time, to conquer the hearts of Trentino people by living experiences in contact with nature and local microcultures.  Are we ready to start?

Short breaks, Experience food and wine, Art and Culture

A weekend in Luserna, to discover Cimbrian traditions

Did you know that in Trentino there is a place where the locals still speak an ancient language that survives in just a few areas of Italy? We are talking about Luserna, one of Italy’s Most Beautiful Medieval Villages, perched atop the Alpe Cimbra mountains. Cimbrian, a language imported in medieval times by populations of German origin, is still spoken here. Among stone houses and Alpine churches, you can still breathe the aura of the legends that the local people hands down from one generation to the next, like precious keepsakes to be treasured. Luserna is considered today a strategic destination for those who practice hiking in summer, since several trekking itineraries depart from the town center. In winter, Luserna welcomes cross-country and downhill skiing enthusiasts, thanks to its proximity to ski lifts. But what makes this village unique are its traditions, so different from those of other villages. When the evening falls, you have the impression of being on an island in the mountains, far from everything else, and as you look outside the village, where the forest begins, it seems as if ancient legends come to life, and the clever cute face of little Tüsele Marüsele peeps out from behind the trees… this is a story that the Luserna inhabitants are eager to share with you, perhaps over a plate of potato polenta, or rather, patàtana pult, as they call it around here. Follow us on this two-day itinerary to discover Luserna!

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A trip to Pieve Tesino, between history and stories

In the heart of Valsugana, on the southern slopes of Monte Silana, Pieve Tesino is the ideal place to switch off for a few days and immerse yourself in the slow pace of village life. Added in 2021 to the list of Italy’s most beautiful villages, Pieve Tesino is renowned for being the birthplace of the famous statesman Alcide De Gasperi, founding father of the European Union. To remember it there is the house museum in the heart of the village, and the Garden of Europe, a colourful hymn to the values of the European Union. It is worth taking a walk to visit it. Moreover, from Pieve Tesino, or a short distance from the village, there are many trails for strolls into nature: from relaxing walks in the Tesino Arboretum, to much more demanding excursions along the famous “Alta Via del Granito”, on the Cima D’Asta massif, a popular destination for many mountaineers and mountain enthusiasts. Follow us on this two-day itinerary to the discover of Pieve Tesino!

Active holiday, Cycling and mountain biking

The Water Green Road

It is called the “Water Green Road”: a 143 km cycle-tourism loop itinerary, 138 km of which run on a bicycle/pedestrian trail, and a very small stretch of 4 km on a low-flow road. The Water Green Road, which in the summer of 2021 was awarded the Italian Cycling Tourism Oscar, immediately slides along the banks of the Adige river, passing through Trento and Rovereto, then continuing towards Lake Garda. The return is along river Sarca, up to the Valley of Lakes. The final stretch is the one that involves a little more climb up to Monte Bondone, to then descend towards the city of Trento and climb up to the starting point. Our advice? Travel along the Water Green Road calmly, without haste. Take a few breaks and set your curiosity perhaps with some deviation from the route to discover museums, sanctuaries, canyons. You can take a cue from this itinerary, which sees the Water Green Road in 3 stages!

Nature and Parks, Short breaks, Experience food and wine

Two days in Val di Non through woods and ancient canals

The history of water and its interaction with man, in Trentino, is one of adaptation, domestication, mutual luck and coexistence. Water that flows impetuously and vertically, which springs spontaneously from the rock, expands and recovers strength in gravity. Water that has carved paths in the earth, drop by drop, at a slow pace, with the constant rhythm of those who know how to wait for the destination, without any haste. In Val di Non, the history of water and its interaction with man is the history of a landscape and of transformed identities. Of a work, that of the Santa Giustina dam, unique in Europe at the time, which conveyed the waters of the Noce stream to give light to Northern Italy, when there was little light and a lot of it was needed for the rebirth of the country.  It is a water that has replaced pastures and farms forever, shaping the entire valley. But the history of the Val di Non water is also a unique story of irrigation canals, called Lezi or Lez, ditches that can be as old as 200 years, built by hand by man on rocky walls that were used to convey mountain water to fields.  Nine Lezi have been recovered and made safe. Each of them has something to tell. We have chosen two to walk on at slow pace, during a comfortable weekend, alone or with company, because they are suitable for everyone, no matter one’s physical fitness or age. 

Experience food and wine, Nature and Parks

Mediterranean Trentino and its olive groves

Garda Trentino, where the Mediterranean climate of Lake Garda meets the cooler temperatures of the mountain, is a treasure awaiting to be discovered. Within a range of just 15 km, you can not only visit the historic towns of Riva del Garda or Arco, the medieval village of Canale di Tenno, ancient fortresses and castles, or enjoy a variety of outdoor activities. Here you can walk through centenarian olive groves and savour fine wines and the extra virgin olive oil DOP produced farthest north in the world, excellent to season many dishes of the local tradition, like the carne salada (salted meat).