Trentino-Alto Adige

About Trentino-Alto Adige

The most northerly region of Italy, Italian-speaking Trentino and German-speaking Alto Adige (Südtirol) are administratively semi-autonomous, a concession to protect linguistic minorities and keep the locals happy – Alto Adige was annexed to Italy after the defeat of the Austro-Hungarian Empire in WWI. The region features glorious mountains – the limestone spires of the Dolomites merge into the towering Alps. Come here for hiking, skiing, bike trails, rafting, hot springs, spectacular scenery, food and wine. History abounds – these south-facing valleys have witnessed human migration for millennia. In 1991, a 5000-year-old mummified man, Ötzi, was discovered in a melting glacier. Enjoy the region’s warm hospitality in wealthy towns and quaint riverside villages.

Expand your horizons… Trentino – Alto Adige borders on Austria, Lombardy and Veneto. It’s easy to add on Lombardy for da Vinci’s “Last Supper” and the elegant shops in Milan, or Veneto for a gondola ride and the Doge’s Palace in Venice. Bolzano is only a few hours by direct train to Verona and Bologna, opening a world of possibilities.

Note: All driving tours feature English-speaking drivers and are private unless otherwise mentioned. Tours are priced based on pick-up point and number of participants. All sightseeing tours are accompanied by expert local guides.

All Tours in Trentino-Alto Adige

City Tour – Bolzano and Castello Roncolo


Excursion to Bressanone, Novacella Abbey and the Funes Valley


City Tour of Cosmopolitan Trento


Grand Dolomites Driving Tour


Panoramic Dolomites Driving Tour


South Tyrol Wine Road Tour


Three Peaks of Lavaredo


Bolzano & Merano Christmas Markets


Funes Valley Snowshoeing Excursion


Day Excursion to Merano with Wine Tasting