23 experiences to live in spring: one more curious than the other. This is the summer preview of ApT Val di Fiemme. The website visitfiemme.it suggests regenerating appointments in nature every Friday, Saturday and Sunday, from May 13 until June 12, 2022. During the summer more than 120 activities will be organized. Every day you can choose between...

The green of alpine woods, the bright green of endless fields, the light green of pastures as far as the eye can see and the bright colours of golf greens: this tiny village of Caderzone Terme in the province of Trento is a jewel in the emerald green of the Randena Valley that is featured by the blue sky for the most part of the year, the flashed w...

Founded in 1142 by Blessed Hartmann, bishop of Brixen, it has always had a “mystical” bond with the land: its birth was due to generous donations of farms and land that soon grew to 100 estates. An important Romanesque-medieval cultural center, its heyday lies in the Renaissance, when to protect its precious manuscripts and works of art it was surr...

Located in the northeast corner of Italy, bordering Austria, travelers will find the Dolomites. Le Dolomiti (in Italian) share some of the alpine styles of neighboring regions, but boast a culture — and even a language — all of their own. Ladin is a language spoken in South Tyrol, Trentino, and Belluno, though you're just as likely to hear German a...

The unrelated Ferrari Trento sparkling wine brand took over as F1’s ‘Official Toast’ in 2021 – although it wasn’t the first time its product was sprayed on an F1 podium. The 1981 Italian Grand Prix, won by Renault’s Alain Prost, featured its wine in a one-off deal. After several decades of using Moet and Mumm champagne after races, sparkling wine p...

The Italian Alps were lit up by 29 light installations on Sunday, as part of a light festival in Bressanone. Titled: "Water is Life - Light is Art", this year's water-themed festival marked the fourth time it's been hosted by the city, and saw different works of art connected by a 3.2-kilometer long blue line, creating an art trail through the old...

Strengthening the presence abroad and continuing the action of enhancing the value of Asiago PDO, particularly in the United States and Europe (starting with Germany and the Czech Republic), is the goal of the campaign that the Consortium for the protection of the Veneto-Trentino cheese is about to start. The manufacturers want to consolidate the +...

Nestled in the spectacular Italian Alps, the Dolomites are a year-round paradise for outdoor enthusiasts. If you’re looking for a vacation that will take your breath away, then visiting the Dolomites should be at the top of your list. With snow-capped peaks, stunning lakes, and rolling hills covered in forests and meadows, there’s no shortage of th...

Ciao from Rome! Dear friends, Spring has arrived, the sun is shining on Italy, hope is in our hearts, despite the fact that the pandemic is not over and the war in Ukraine is a cause of great pain and concern for all Italians. This moth we celebrate three round numbers regarding We the Italians. The first is about the magazine you are reading: this...

The Gardens of Trauttmansdorff Castle, also known as the Gardens of Sissi, in honor of the beloved Austrian empress who stayed there several times from 1870, are located in Merano, on a large sun-kissed amphitheater, occupying a sloping area of 12 hectares. Opened in 2001, they bring together 80 botanical environments, including landscapes, themed...