Trentino in figures - BETA

A unique and peculiar destination

Trentino is a fully developed destination whose product is top quality both in winter and in summer. With around 5 MIO arrivals and far over 16 MIO overnights per year, people from all Europe and beyond love the deeply outdoor, wild nature vocation of experiences that the high peaks of the Dolomites and their clear-water lakes offer them. The whole is nestled and emphasized by a worldwide known Italian style  that makes Trentino one of the top-of-mind mountain destinations in Italy both for summer and winter holidays. Indeed, arrivals and overnights are almost perfectly balanced in the two seasons. Overall, domestic travelers are slightly more relevant than foreigners (Germany represents the main foreign market), but all in all Trentino is chosen as a holiday destination all across Europe. Travel traders from long haul markets have also turned their hotspot on our region, and the number of Brazilian, Chinese, U.S. and  Korean guests are expected to grow during the next few years. 

500 million trees

300 lakes

60% Forestland

3 Natural parks

The Dolomites: Unesco World Natural Heritage Site

 

Hiking the Great Outdoor: more than 3,000 miles  of marked trails

More than 5,000 miles of two-wheeled adventure

Well marked tours and trails for cross country, enduro/all mountain and gravity lovers

Two-wheel Paradise

 

8 bike parks (Gravity, Fun and more)

23 legendary climbs for road biking enthusiasts

11 cycle paths for a total of over 250 mi

13 Bicigrill rest areas for cyclist

Inspired  by history: Culture and heritage rich

 

The MART: Museum of Contemporary Art designed

by Mario Botta

The MUSE: Science Museum designed by Renzo Piano

 

Artesella International Land Art Exhibition

About 90 museums and 12 international festivals

200 castles including the historical Thun Castle

The value of hospitality

More than 5,5 million tourists and about 30 million overnight stays per year from 40 different countries

More than 1,500 hotels for a total of 95,000 beds

 

300 in 4-5 star facilities

Family run hotels combining tradition and the highest standards of quality

Average beds per hotel: 60

 

2017
 4.290.198 certified arrivals (+6,2% vs 2016); 17.776.030 certified stays (+5% vs 2016);

average stay: 4,1 nights

2017/2018 Winter:

1774.051 arrivals (+7,6% vs 2016); 7.207.241 stays (+7,6% vs 2016).

The first three major incoming countries are as follows:

  • Germany with 2.820.998 stays
  • Poland 718.133 stays
  • Netherlands 604.735 stays

Quality and genuineness of traditional cuisine in a fully Italian context


6 Michelin-starred restaurants

Strade del Vino e dei Sapori: the best wine and gastronomical routes and locations to taste Trentino's products

 

Malghe: living the mountain pasture activity and tasting fresh and natural products

 

Wine making tradition since 3,000 BC

 

8 million bottles of Spumante Trento DOC every year

30% of Italian production

 

160 vineyards, 3,000 producers

500 d.o.c. Wines

140 Wineries

Wine tastings and tours available

Download Accommodation capacity of each valley in Trentino

This dataset will help you find out how many hotels and beds you can find in each single valley of Trentino, divided into hotel category (information refer to 2015 data).