For Trentino, safety comes first.

In this section, you can learn more about all the measures put in place by our operators and tourist service providers to protect you and your loved ones.

THE NUMBERS OF TRENTINO

Big numbers and small numbers. Numbers that represent Trentino and in certain cases highlight unique aspects or curiosities. An example is the number of trees: 1,000 per capita. Or the number of mountain lakes: 297, which represent 10% of the total number of lakes across the Alps

Territory

- Area: 6,207 square kilometres

- Highest peak: Cevedale, 3,784 m a.s.l.

- Highest peak entirely within Trentino: Presanella, 3,556 m a.s.l.

- Largest glacier: Mandròn, Adamello, 1,630 hectares

- Number of lakes: 297

- UNESCO sites: 4

Population

- Number of inhabitants: 542.739 (at 1 January 2020)

- Density: 87 inhabitants/km2

- Number of families: 238.029

- Municipalities: 175, of which 75% are at an elevation of 1,000 metres or above.

- The six largest municipalities: Trento, Rovereto, Pergine Valsugana, Arco and Riva del Garda

- The six most beautiful hamlets in Trentino as listed in the guide "Borghi più belli d'Italia": Bondone, Canale di Tenno, Mezzano, Vigo di Fassa, Rango, San Lorenzo Dorsino

- The six “Bandiera Arancione” (Orange Flag) of the Italian Touring Club: Ala, Ledro, Levico terme, Tenno, Molveno, Caderzone

Environment and sustainability

- Territory under environmental protection: 30%

- Extension of forested areas: 63%

- Plant varieties present: 2,359, of which 17 are endemic to Trentino

- Number of trees: 500,000,000 or about 1,000 per inhabitant

- Protected animal species: 125

- Protected flora species: 35

- Deer, roe deer and chamois: approx. 67,000

- Brown bears: 50 - 60 individuals

- Golden eagles: 60-65 pairs
- In Trentino, 86.9% of electrical energy is derived from renewable sources, almost exclusively from hydroelectric plants (78,7%).

- Tourist accommodation facilities certified Ecolabel: 48 (first place in Italy)

- Differentiated collection of urban waste: 76.5% of urban waste collected is differentiated.

A network of culture

- 86 museums

- 200 castles

- 80 fortifications from WW1

- 8 Ecomuseums

- 86 public libraries

- 50 special libraries

- 47 public reading areas

- 1,138,966 visitors to museums in Trentino in 2017 (of which 453,796 to the Muse)

Discovering the land

- 1,165 marked trails (including via ferrata) that extend for a total of 5,843 kilometres

- 13 long trekking routes (with more than three legs) within Trentino

- 11 cycling trails for a total of 431 km served by 19 refreshment points “Bicigrill”

- In 2016, 2 million tourists made use of the cycling trails in Trentino

- 3 Food & Wine Trails

The world of snow

- Number of skiing slopes: 612 for a total of 800 km of which:

- Blue slopes (easy): 36%

- Red slopes (medium difficulty): 52%

- Black slopes (difficult): 13%

- Snow making facilities: 90%

- Ski lift facilities: 227

- Total hourly carrying capacity of ski-lift facilities: 350,000 people

- Snowparks: 25

- Cross-country skiing centres: 23 for a total of 500 km of marked circuits

- Ski instructors: 2,694

- Alpine Guides: 215

Hospitality: it’s in Trentino’s DNA

- Number of hotels: 1,487 that can accommodate a total of 91,939 guests, of which:

- 905 classified 3-Star

- 204 classified 4-Star

- 6 classified 5-Star

- Other accommodation facilities: 1,780 that can accommodate a total of 77,881 guests, of which:

- Camping grounds: 68

- Mountain huts (rifugi): 146

- B&B: 460

- Farmhouses (agritourism) 341

- Private guesthouses: 24,996 with a total capacity for 114,187 guests

- Holiday homes: 44,956 that can accommodate 199,726

- Total guest capacity: 483,733

Tourist flow

- Arrivals: 5.993.206 per year

- Overnight stays: 31.970.580 per year

- Average lenght of stay across hotels accommodation: 4 days