Trentino-Alto Adige is one of the most famous regions for the beauty of its mountains, where the undisputed stars are the Dolomites, which were entered onto the World Heritage List by UNESCO.
Peaks that turn pink at sunset from the spectacular Alpenglow phenomenon, halfway between nature and legend. Here two cultures intersect: Nordic and Ladin, while local products and authentic cuisine accompany life marked by a wide range of activities throughout the year: skiing and winter sports (the largest ski area in the world, the Dolomiti Superski, is found here), spas and wellness (Merano, Lèvico Terme, Peio, and Comano Terme, just to name the most famous establishments), and a dense network of trails for hiking and mountain biking.
It is also a perfect destination for families, with services and activities designed with kids in mind. Don't miss the castles, typical local attractions, the characteristic Christmas markets, and museums, such as the Mart in Rovereto, dedicated to modern art.
Trentino-Alto Adige is a region to be savored, including at the table: wine, dumplings, apples, and local products are perfect for a break after a day out, and a great souvenir to bring home.