Trentino-Alto Adige has something for everyone. From the history lover to the avid outdoorsmen, this region will provide plenty to do. A holiday rental home in Trentino-Alto Adige will be your home away from home, providing you with all of the comforts that you are used to whilst placing you in close proximity to a number or activities and attractions.
For the adventurous outdoorsman, Trentino-Alto Adige is a paradise of choices. Whether you are experienced in your sport of choice, or need to learn and refine your skills, Trentino-Alto Adige is the perfect place to do it.
The Dolomite Mountains provide opportunity for skiing, hiking and mountain climbing. There are opportunities for advanced skiers and climbers, but there are also a number of schools that can work with participants from beginners to the very experienced. There are also lakeside beaches nearby, providing the chance to partake in a variety of water sports, such as swimming, boating and fishing. Those who love history will also find plenty to keep them busy on a visit to Trentino-Alto Adige. There are several castles, museums and ancient churches. Fine dining, shopping and participation in a number of festivals held in Trentino-Alto Adige throughout the year are other options about how to spend your time whilst on holiday to the area.
There are many attractions near Trentino-Alto Adige. Amongst the most popular are the castles. The valleys of the Dolomite Mountains are home to several castles. Many of them are in wonderful condition and are open to visitors. The Castel Coira was built in the 1200’s. It has been owned by the same family since the 1500’s. This wonderfully preserved castle is home to a quite well known museum featuring coats of armour from various parts of Europe. The Castle Tirolo, built in the 12th century, is also home to a museum. This castle has been quite well restored and is popular with travellers to the area. A stop by the Merano Thermal Baths is another unique experience. This spa has a variety of natural and manmade pools and spa treatments are also available.
The weather in Trentino-Alto Adige varies by season. The summers are a bit cooler than in other parts of the country, with average temperatures of between 14 and 29 degrees. Winters are cold, with average temperatures of between -4 and 10 degrees. Snow is not uncommon during the winter months. Whilst there is some precipitation throughout the year, spring and autumn tend to be the wettest of seasons.
Travellers to Trentino-Alto Adige may fly into Marco Polo Airport in Venice (VCE). From there, bus service is available to nearby Mestre Railway Station. The journey can continue by rail to Calalzo Railway Station. There is also a bus station in Trentino-Alto Adige for those who would rather travel by coach.