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The region of Trentino Alto Adige is located in north east Itay. The region is bordered by Austria to the northeast and north, by Switzerland to the northwest, and by the Italian regions of Lombardy to the west and Veneto to the south and southeast. The region was part of Austria-Hungary and its predecessors, the Austrian Empire and the Holy Roman Empire from the 8th century until its annexation by Italy in 1919. It is extremely mountainous, covering a large part of the Dolomites and the southern Alps. The Giro d?Italia and skiing are its favorite activities along with hiking and culinary traditions. For more about traveling to Trentino Alto Adige and Northern Italy click here.
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Travel Trentino Alto Adige Italy Vacation Trentino Alto Adige Italy vacation to Trentino Alto Adige, an off the beaten path Italy travel destination for winter ski sports, summer golf and hiking in the alps of Italy. Enjoy the fresh air, great people, and fine c...hover to read more
Cooking Italian Cooking Show: Speck, Grana Padano & Arugola Italian Recipe Trentino Alto Adige Italian recipe Speck, Grana Padano, & arugula how to cook Italian food Italian Cooking Show. Click Italy America Chamber of Commerce Southeast for Italian food recipes and how to cook Italian food fro...hover to read more
Cooking Italian Cooking Show: Canederli Tirolesi Italian Recipe Trentino Alto Adige Italian Recipe Canederli Tirolesi by Chef Julian Baker, Cardozo Miami, shows how to cook Speck, Grana Padano, & bread rolled in balls, then cooked in broth for Italian Cooking Show.
Arts Dolomite Mountains - Wood For Instruments Trentino Alto Adige Trentino Alto Adige, Italy's most northerly region. The Dolomites mountain range located in this region feature ragged peaks, rocky plateaus and enchanting lakes. Wood from forests is converted into ...hover to read more
Travel South Tyrol People South Tyrol The region, framed by the World Heritage Site of the Dolomites, is Reinhold Messner's birthplace, the first mountaineer to have climbed all of the world's “eight-thousanders”. Characters s...hover to read more
Festivals South Tyrol Experiences South Tyrol Summer and winter, sport and music, food and wine, street markets: Alto Adige is active all year long. Just a few mentions, the Busoni international piano award, the sculpture fair and great exhibitio...hover to read more
Arts South Tyrol Culture South Tyrol Culture lies everywhere in Alto Adige, ranging from the world’s most ancient mummy, to an innovative museum of modern art, keeping in mind its mysterious castles and fascinating monasteries.
Shopping South Tyrol Shopping South Tyrol The focus is on the food: in order to create the local speck, appreciated all over the world, neither salt nor smoke are particularly used rather lots of air. The dairy products are made in more than ...hover to read more
Travel South Tyrol and its Cities South Tyrol Bolzano is the most important city as far as culture, museums and modernity being surrounded by castles and overlooked by mountains. Merano retains a mild climate and thermal waters. Important to cite...hover to read more
Travel Trentino Nature Trentino Alto Adige Woodlands and pastureland covering 53% of the region. 300 alpine lakes. Three nature parks. “Biotopes” like reed beds, ponds and marshes. The breathtaking scenery of the Dolomites listed ...hover to read more
Shopping Trentino Shopping Trentino Alto Adige The beautiful natural scenery also provides tourism, the true driving force of the region’s economy. Together with its quality products: apples and wine that top the list of exports from the re...hover to read more
Travel Trentino Experiences Trentino Alto Adige A region to be enjoyed all the year round. In the winter, with over 800 km of technologically advanced ski runs. And in the summer, exploring the national parks, rock faces and lakes, especially Lake ...hover to read more
Arts Trentino Culture Trentino Alto Adige A cultural heritage of Roman archaeological areas, historical castles and alpine fortifications dating from World War I. Contemporary arts and sciences in two important museum institutions: Mart (Muse...hover to read more
Travel Trentino People Trentino Alto Adige The home of Alcide De Gasperi, one of the founders of the Italian Republic, and of Luigi Negrelli, who designed the Suez Canal. But also of sports champions like cyclist Francesco Moser, and Cesare Ma...hover to read more
Food Food of Trentino Trentino Alto Adige Trentino is a farming culture that expresses itself primarily in its wealth of cheese products: puzzone, Trentigrana, Caprino di Cavalese, Vèzzena. Its wines: spumante, Trentodoc, even produced in ...hover to read more
Travel Trentino Aerial Tour Trentino Alto Adige Mountains and valleys dominate Trentino Alto Adige. A crossways of different cultures, which has welcomed hardworking people, who loved the area while softening its ruggedness and making the most of i...hover to read more
Travel Trentino and its Cities Trentino Alto Adige From its foundation by the Romans in the 1st century BC to the Council of Trent, a major event in the Catholic Counter-Reformation. Up to 1968, when the city became the center of the student protests....hover to read more
Travel Trento Trento The City of Trento has always been considered as a bridge between the German and Latin cultures. Trento's historic center bears numerous traces from the Renaissance, including its historic Piazza del ...hover to read more

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