There is no need to tell the potential of Trentino to those who are fond of mountains. Routes for all levels, both for beginners and for the more experienced.

Also several bicycle routes are just a ride away. On Mount Bondone, in particular, you can challenge yourself to go along a mythical climb today dedicated to Charly Gaul, or you can easily reach the cycle path that runs through the Adige valley developing for 400 kilometers.


The Tour of the Three Cime del Bondone is the most famous and beaten trekking route in the Trento area, probably the most interesting of the entire Bondone - Stivo mountain range.
The itinerary passes through the Cornetto, the Doss D'Abramo and the Cima Verde, the three elevations that surround the expanse of the Viote meadow.
Although it is considered a trekking route, it must be remembered that the passage for the Doss D'Abramo takes place along the trail 638A, an equipped path that goes beyond the rocky belt to the north-west and descends towards the rocky channel and the south ledge. east, served by steel cable. Here it is recommended to use suitable equipment (embedding, safety lanyard, helmet). It is still possible to avoid the climb to the Doss D'Abramo following the trail 636 which bypasses the summit from the north using a more comfortable path that passes under the northern walls of the summit and connects with the route of the tour.
The route offers magnificent views of the Brenta, Adamello, Presanella, Carè Alto, Alpi di Gavardina, Garda Lake, Val del Sarca, Vallagarina, Val d'Adige. Ultimately a real balcony on the Trentino a stone's throw from the capital.

Height: m 2180, Monte Cornetto
Length: 10,4 km
Time: around 3:30 h
Strart and Arrive: Località Viote m 1547, Monte Bondone (TN)
Difficulty: Hard


The short trek that leads to the Bocca di Vaiona winds quickly among the green plain of the Viote del Bondone. The mouth turns out to be an exceptional vantage point: the Brena Dolomites stand out to the north-west; to the west the massif of Carè Alto; to the south the Tre Cime chain; to the east the Palon; looking down you can see the Valle dei Laghi in its entirety.
The small difference in height that is exceeded will therefore be sufficient to savor fabulous views. The Brenta Group shows itself in all its extraordinary beauty, especially in the morning when the sun illuminates its eastern side.
A quick detour to the right allows you to climb the Roste del Bondone, the ridge prativo located north of the Bocca di Vaiola and slightly higher. From there the views range even farther.

Height: m 1695
Length: 2,2 km
Time: around 1:30 h
Start: Località Viote m 1547, Monte Bondone (TN)
Arrival: Bocca di Vaiona, m 1695, Monte Bondone (TN)
Difficulty: easy


The farm is located in loc. Candriai, on Monte Bondone, at an altitude of 1000 m s.l.m. The breeding of dairy cows is the main activity of the company.
The farm offers typical Trentino cuisine: cheeses, sausages, polenta, stew, strudel and much more, with direct sale of dairy products. It is possible to combine a path on the world of bees with a specific visit to the Baita delle Api, located near the Malga Brigolina.
Or a visit to the farm where children can participate in the administration of hay and cereals to animals (cows, horses, donkeys, goats, pigs and poultry); discover milk: the origin, the processing phases, the preservation, the transformation of milk into dairy products.

Duration and duration of visits: from mid-May to the end of September - from Monday to Friday - full day / half-day, by appointment.


If instead of walking you prefer to go horse riding you can entrust our friends to the riding school Cavalcailvento. Check out other activities or excursions on the website of the tourist promotion agency of Trento and Monte Bondone.


Just 30 minutes from Monte Bondone you can reach the famous Lake Garda.
Capital of the Garda Trentino area, Riva del Garda is an important tourist and trade fair site in the Province of Trento. With its two ports, Riva del Garda is an important center for sailing and windsurfing: it is the morning wind, the Pelèr, and the afternoon one, the Ora, to guarantee the right time every day.
Reaching this place means going from the alpine climate, ideal to get away from the hot, muggy heat of the city, to the Mediterranean one, in just 30 minutes by car!
As for the activities, it is really important to explain to our customers all the potential that this place offers ...
In fact, countless are all the paths and paths to be covered on foot, the various excursions, and all the cycle paths that connect the area. In addition, summer you can swim in the lake and sunbathe!


Trentino awaits you with adrenaline and adventure itineraries, for adults and children! What are you waiting for?
Hovering among the tops of the trees, descending on the rapids of a stream or trying the adrenaline of the speed of two-seater toboggans on the monorail, in Trentino it is impossible to get bored!
Adventure, speed, nature and fun are the perfect ingredients to make both adults and children happy! Trentino is full of offers for the fun of your family: adventure parks, high ropes course, monorail sleds will make you spend an unforgettable day.
Adrenaline and fun for the whole family in total safety!


Trentino: a cutting-edge region also in the development of cycle paths.
In Trentino there are many cycle paths. The network of cycle paths runs through the most important areas of the province, in fact for many years now the Province of Trento has invested in infrastructure for cycle paths. You will find the result of so much development and investment right in front of your eyes.

Some of the main cycle paths:
- Cycle path Val d'Adige - Trento - Bolzano;
- Cycle path della Vallagarina Trento - Rovereto - Avio;
- Cycle path della Valsugana - Levico - Borgo - Primolano;
- Cycle path Lago di Garda - Riva del Garda - Torbole - Mori;
- Cycle path Valle dei Laghi - Torbole - Arco - Valle dei Laghi.


Castles of Trentino are enveloped in mystery and scattered throughout the region.
Trentino is a region rich in castles, fortresses and ruins of ancient buildings. Of course, the location of the territory, between the Germanic lands and the Po Valley, have favored the construction of the castles of Trentino over the centuries.
Many of them are in strategic positions with respect to the valleys and the paths that cross the Alps, ideal for the control of traffic and the defense of possessions.


The largest monumental complex in the region. Until a few centuries ago the residence of the bishops of Trento, it is located in the historic center of the capital, in a slightly higher position than the city center.


Located on a beautiful hill with panoramic views in Val di Non, it was home to the powerful Thun family.
A postcard castle.


Just a few minutes from the historic center of Arco, the castle can only be reached on foot.
Fabulously perched on a rocky promontory overlooking the valley.


The largest fortified complex in Trentino, today home to exhibitions and cultural events.
It dominates the whole Adige valley between Trento and Rovereto.


The castle stands on a hill overlooking the village of Drena and the whole valley of Cavedine.
It was the subject of medieval contests due to its strategic position between Trento and Lake Garda.


It is one of the most photographed castles in Trentino. A romantic castle, built on a small arm of land that stretches in the heart of the lake, among vineyards and ancient woods.


Trento is an Italian town of 115,368 inhabitants, the capital of the homonymous province and of the Autonomous Region of Trentino-Alto Adige / Südtirol.
And in winter Trento becomes the Alpine capital of Christmas, thanks to one of the most renowned and appreciated markets.
Set in the heart of the Alps, the city developed at the time of the Romans. Over the course of its millennial evolution Trento has been able to attract elements of very different traditions, coming from the North and South Europe, merging them into a truly unique mix, so much so that it was chosen as the seat of the Counter-Reformation Council in the period 1545-1563 ( Council of Trent).
From the cultural point of view the city offers a very wide range of alternatives: from the history with the capital "s" that is breathed in the Buonconsiglio Castle to the particular aspects of the life of the Church presented at the Diocesan Museum, from the thousand scientific initiatives and events of the brand new MUSE Science Museum to modern art of Palazzo delle Albere. Do not miss the galleries of Piedicastello and the Doss Trento, where you can immerse yourself in the history of Trentino and the Alpine troops and visit the mausoleum dedicated to Cesare Battisti.
Not to mention Piazza del Duomo ... In the past it was also called Piazza Grande, Piazza Comune, Piazza Italiana, Piazza Vittorio Emanuele III, Piazza Cesare Battisti.
It has been called one of the most beautiful urban squares in the world. Without a doubt it is one of the most characteristic and polychrome. Its scenographic effect is truly surprising and harmoniously accompanies the coloring of the buildings that surround it, with their impulsive architectural line enhanced by three sequences of four - sixteenth century porticoes. It is the heart of the historic center and was the hall of civic and religious life of the Alpine city.


Built in the thirteenth century, it has hosted the city's bishops for five centuries. The oldest structure is represented by the Castelvecchio (XIII century), then rebuilt. Next to it was built by the will of Bernardo Clesio the Great Palace, decorated by Romanino and Dosso Dossi, then put in direct communication with the ancient building through the Giunta Albertiana. Torre Aquila, oriented towards Aquileia, preserves an important fresco of the International Gothic, the Cycle of the Months, perhaps attributable to the master Wenceslas of Bohemia.


The S.A.T. Museum, dedicated to the history of the Tridentine Alpinists Society, is located on the first floor of the SAT building in Via Manci.
At the Trento airport in Mattarello the "Gianni Caproni" aeronautical science and innovation museum was set up, dedicated to the Caproni engineer. In the museum there are a series of aircraft built between 1910 and 1980, of which 9 are unique in the world.
The important Underground Archaeological Space of the Sas is a large archaeological area that has brought to light houses, public buildings and infrastructures of the Roman Tridentum.


Inaugurated on July 8th 2013, the "Le Albere" neighborhood, designed by the famous architect Renzo Piano, was built in the name of eco-sustainability and innovation. Composed of 350 residential units, but also offices and commercial areas, it acts as the new green lung of the city. The district also houses the brand new and fabulous MUSE, the Science Museum.
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