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Trentino-Alto Adige

Trentino-Alto Adige Vacation Packages & Tours

The northernmost of Italy’s 20 different regions, Trentino-Alto Adige borders Switzerland to the northwest and Austria to the north, with the city of Trento as its regional capital. This mountainous region in the Southern Alps is home to the famous UNESCO-listed Dolomites with their jagged, sawtooth peaks, characterized by dramatic passes and sparkling alpine lakes, including part of Lake Garda and the surreal turquoise waters of Lake Braies.

It’s a big draw for hikers and those who want to enjoy water sports on the lakes during the warmer months while offering some of the best skiing in Italy during the winter. There’s also a thriving wine industry with many wineries and vineyards for touring and tasting, along with fascinating landmarks that reveal the region’s history. Trentino Alto-Adige has a unique history, having been governed by various countries with different languages. Nearly every town has both an Italian name and an alternative German name.

Trentino-Alto Adige Inspiration

Get inspired with our Trentino-Alto Adige example trips and then get in touch to plan your own adventure

  • Highlights of Italy

    Rome - Florence - Venice

    8 Nights
    From $4,420 pp
    This exciting itinerary will bring you to three of Italy’s top cities for the perfect way to make the most of limited time. Over nine days and eight nights, you’ll discover ancient Rome, including the iconic Roman Colosseum, Vatican City and its many exceptional museums, a world of incredible works of art in Florence, two of Tuscany’s most stunning medieval hilltop towns, and the dreamy waterways of Venice. Throughout your trip, you’ll stay in four- and five-star hotels that have been hand-selected to ensure your comfort, enjoy 24/7 support from our dedicated staff, and embark on numerous tours led by expert local guides.
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  • Rome & Amalfi Escape

    Rome - Sorrento

    7 Nights
    From $4,540 pp
    This 8-day, 7-night adventure is the perfect escape for those who want to explore the fascinating history of Rome and the jaw-dropping beauty of the Amalfi Coast. Begin with a private tour of Ancient Rome that explores iconic sites that include the Roman Colosseum and the Roman Forum. You’ll tour the many remarkable highlights in the Vatican City too, like the Sistine Chapel with its ceiling covered by Michelangelo’s renowned fresco and St. Peter’s Basilica before traveling to one of the world’s most spectacular coastlines. Discover the charming villages along the Amalfi Coast like colorful Positano and sample the region’s signature drink, limoncello.
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  • Luxury Italy

    Rome - Sorrento - Florence - Venice

    11 Nights
    From $10,650 pp
    This luxurious trip will bring you to Rome, Amalfi, Florence, and Venice over 12 days and 11 nights, covering many highlights in each with expert local guides. Begin in Rome by exploring Ancient Rome and the Vatican City where you’ll step into the Sistine Chapel to marvel at Michelangelo’s frescos and explore a wealth of intriguing museums. Head to the Amalfi Coast to soak up some of the world’s most breathtaking scenery and make a stop in Naples to enjoy pizza where it was invented. Discover some of the most world-renowned works of art and architecture in Florence, concluding with a sailing excursion in Venice.
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  • Gourmet Italy

    Rome - Florence - Bologna - Venice

    9 Nights
    From $5,220 pp
    If immersing yourself in the flavors of Italy is a priority while enjoying its fascinating historic landmarks and incredible scenery, you’ll want to book the 9-night Gourmet Italy tour. It includes overnights in Rome, Florence, Bologna, and Venice with many private, locally guided tours through iconic places like Rome’s ancient Colosseum, some of Tuscany’s most enchanting walled medieval hilltop towns, and Venice’s picturesque canals. You’ll take part in multiple food experiences too, from a food tour in the Trastevere neighborhood of Rome to a cooking class in Bologna. Private transfers and upscale accommodation in 4- and 5-star hotels are included throughout the trip.
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  • Captivating Italy & Croatia Private Tour

    Rome - Florence - Venice - Opatija - Plitvice - Split - Dubrovnik

    14 Nights
    From $7,890 pp
    It can be difficult to decide which destinations to visit when there are so many fabulous possibilities. Italy and Croatia are two hotspots and it’s easy to explore both in one trip as they’re separated only by the Adriatic Sea. This 15-day, 14-night private tour will bring you to explore the highlights of these two magnificent countries, with seven nights in Italy, including Rome, Florence, and Venice, followed by seven nights in Croatia, including Opatija, Plitvice, Split, and Dubrovnik. Throughout your journey you’ll stay in upscale, hand-selected hotels on a B&B basis, enjoy many private guided tours, 24/7 support, and private transfers throughout.
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Best Hotels in Trentino-Alto Adige

You’ll find a wide range of hotels and other accommodations in Trentino-Alto Adige, including vacation homes and mountain chalets along with charming B&Bs, quaint guesthouses, and luxury hotels. There’s something for nearly every budget here but first, you’ll want to consider the area in which you want to stay based on your interests. There are some lovely cities and villages here, with some of the best sightseeing enjoyed in the capital city of Trento, Roveretto, Bolzano, and Merano, particularly when it comes to historical landmarks.

Those seeking a lake getaway have some great choices too, such as Riva del Garda on Lake Garda and Braies on Lake Braeis. You’ll be spoiled for choice in the mountains, with many great places for exploring the Dolomites, including Val Gardena, one of the most popular. It boasts a magical setting with three small towns to choose from, all providing easy access to hiking trails and beautiful winter slopes for skiing.

Things to do in Trentino-Alto Adige

There are practically an overwhelming number of things to do in Trentino-Alto Adige but for the first-time visitor, there are some absolute musts.

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When to visit Trentino-Alto Adige

When it comes to the best time to visit, it depends on your particular interests and travel style. Many come to hit the trails and your primary goal is hiking, it’s best to come when they’re free of ice and snow, which is generally between mid-June and mid-September. Temperatures are typically idyllic, ranging in the upper 60s to mid-70s. It is possible to hike the Dolomites in October in the lower elevations, but you’ll be risking the possibility of snowfall closing the trails.

Skiing is another one of the most popular reasons to visit Trentino-Alto Adige, renowned for outstanding powder in the Dolomites and throughout the Italian Alps. If you’re coming from outside of Europe, you’ll want to visit during peak skiing time to ensure plenty of snow which is between January and March. Sightseers might want to come at the beginning or end of the tourist season, in May or late September through mid-October.


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