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Trentino holidays

  • Trentino holidays

    Discover northern Italy at its most natural in the beautiful region of Trentino. Dominated by the Dolomite mountains, it's a walker's paradise of rocky peaks, gentle meadows and over 300 crystal-clear lakes. And it's also packed with history, from the traditional mountain culture of the Ladin people to the castles and World War II sights that are scattered through its hills and valleys. There are free walking excursions in each resort, so you can see as much or as little as you like.

    • Lake Levico

      Lake Levico

      Whether you're kicking back on the bathing beach, hitting the hiking routes or cycling the shaded path that winds around the shore, you can't help but feel relaxed on Lake Levico. It's tranquil and still, with a pretty thermal spa town on its edge and plenty of peaceful spots - perfect for sitting with a book or drinking in the lush scenery with an aperitivo.

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    • Madonna di Campiglio

      Madonna di Campiglio

      Nestled in the spectacular Brenta Dolomites, Madonna di Campiglio has long been a favourite among walkers and hikers. It's close to some of the world's best walking routes and most dramatic scenery and is surrounded by a landscape of lakes, waterfalls and rare flora and fauna. And the gondolas and cable cars run through the summer, so you don't have to be an expert hiker to reach the prettiest views.

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    • Val di Fassa

      Val di Fassa

      Val di Fassa is made up of seven pretty mountain villages, linked by scenic walking trails and cycling routes. And Campitello and neighbouring Canazei both make great starting points for a day's walking, either across the gentle hills and meadows or up into the trickier routes. Hop on the cable cars to see the traditional Alpine refuge huts and World War II lookouts, and be sure to sample some of the local Ladin cuisine.

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