The Adamello-Brenta Natural Park includes a characteristic glimpse ideal to unwind from the routine: the Lake Tovel. We know better this destination of the Val di Non. A trip to Val di Non is an opportunity to immerse yourself in nature and relax among mountain landscapes, apple orchards and enchanting places. We are in Trentino and more precisely...

Borgo Valsugana is a small town in Bassa Valsugana, an area located in Trentino Alto Adige. With its marvelous view of the Brenta River and its strategic proximity to many places of interest, such as Caldonazzo or Levico Terme, this Trentino resort is really worth a visit: let's discover its uniqueness together. To begin with, the beauty of its riv...

Both inhabitants and tourists, call Merano “Pearl of the Alto Adige”. It is a lively city, where 40.000 both German and Italian mother tongue residents share different languages and customs. What comes out is a particular lifestyle that join not only languages but also cooking, culture and customs. Living in Merano like a local means to catch the e...

Lapio meets Castel Tirolo. We offer a journey between two great white wine territories in Italy. On one side we are in one of the best cru of Fiano di Avellino, specifically contrada Arianello where there was once a so-called "neviera" : a well where snow was gathered to store food. From this area, today comes a spectacular Fiano di Avellino Nevier...

The magnificent Dolomites, a treasure chest of natural sceneries, are the ideal destination for nature lovers, mountaineers, and winter sports enthusiasts. Let's discover together some of the most enchanting and picturesque villages in the Dolomites to visit in winter, nestled in beautiful valleys, and rich in history, art, ancient traditions, and...

There is not only Ferrari Trento, the Lunelli family brand, with 120 years of history behind it, which has been awarded, for the fifth time, the title of “Sparkling Wine Producer of the Year”, with 11 gold medals, at the top of “The Champagne & Sparkling Wine World Championships 2022”, the most authoritative contest in the world on sparkling wines,...

There was good news for the north Italian province of Trento in this year's Quality of Life in Italy report, conducted by ItaliaOggi magazine and La Sapienza University of Rome. The 24th edition of the annual survey puts Trento at the top of the rankings, knocking Parma off the first position from last year and into seventh place in 2022. In second...

The peaceful majesty of the Dolomites is what comes to mind when we think about Trentino Alto-Adige. The region is popular among lovers of nature, trekking and skiing, as well as a favorite for gourmets, who enjoy its Mittel-Europa-meets-Italy take on cuisine. The region is also incredibly fertile and bountiful, something you may not necessarily as...

Alto Adige is a great place for wine. You can taste it. You can buy it. It’s a wine region that’s relatively under the radar in today’s wine world. But visit the area, more commonly known among locals as Sudtirol, and you’ll find a wine culture that’s existed for over a thousand years. In a world where wine has been increasingly globalized, corpora...

A tradition closely linked to Austrian and German cuisine, which puts grains and cured meats as its trademarks, and which makes Trentino a unique place: the cuisine here is a mix of unmistakable flavours and aromas, a succession of spicy and smoked scents which enrich many of the local specialties. Equally tasty and original is the table of South T...