Trentino Nature Experience

BALANCING DEVELOPMENT WITH PROTECTING BIODIVERSITY

In Trentino, over 30% of the land is protected thanks to three natural parks and an extensive network of protected areas. Natural forest management has contributed to the exceptional quality of forestry land in this territory, while mountain agriculture itself is strongly geared towards sustainability

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VAL DI FIEMME, THE LAND OF WELLNESS

The “green lung” of Trentino is rich in parks and forests. In 2026, it will also play host to the Milan-Cortina Winter Olympic Games thanks to latest-generation sporting facilities.

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CITY OF TRENTO: WHY THE QUALITY OF LIFE IS SO HIGH IN TRENTINO

Whether you come to spend a few days in nature, play sports, work, learn, or even just try some good food, in Trentino you will have an amazing experience. Italians believe this. They choose the province of Trento not only for tourism, but for the standard of living. Europe confirms this, certifying the province’s commitment to sustainability.

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SUSTAINABILITY AS A COMMUNITY OBJECTIVE: VALSUGANA

In August 2019 Valsugana, a tourist area in eastern Trentino consisting of 24 municipalities with a population of 62,000 residents, became the first and only destination with sustainable tourism certification in accordance with the criteria identified by the non-profit organisation Global Sustainable Tourism Council (GSTC).

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SAN MARTINO DI CASTROZZA, UNFORGETTABLE HOLIDAYS IN THE DOLOMITES

The beautiful Dolomites, a UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site, a territory declared 100% renewable and the warm hospitality make San Martino di Castrozza, Passo Rolle, Primiero e Vanoi an ideal resort for your holiday in the eastern corner of Trentino.

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The MUSE

The Science Museum of Trento

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photo gallery: city of Trento

credit ph. Gianluca Prati

photo gallery: Val di Fiemme

credit ph. Gianluca Prati

photo gallery: Val di Fassa

credit ph. Gianluca Prati