Italy every year renews itself as a top destination for Alpine skiing. The trend of skiing the mountains during evening hours widens ever more, and more Italian ski resorts have begun offering extensive lighting on the slopes over the last few years.Trentino Alto Adige is the biggest hub for nocturnal sport on the snow. From Tuesday to Sunday, Pla...

Where the wafer meets the road — Loacker's is celebrating its 90th anniversary through its American Road Trip campaign this summer. While the iconic Italian wafer and cookie company has been based in the Sud Tirol region of Italy since 1925, its made waves in the U.S. only in recent years.   "We're thrilled to be celebrating our 90th An...

by Claudia Astarita   Christmas comes along with a beautiful atmosphere of love, family and...markets! This is a spread tradition worldwide that in Italy turns out to be very special thanks to the mouth-watering food and nativity scenes, finely made by local craftsmen. Let us explore some of the Italian best Christmas markets one should...

If spending time in mountain regions brings you the incomparable feeling of exhilaration, awe and serenity, then the Italian Alps could be the next place to visit. If you enjoy something extraordinary, dramatic, yet lovely beyond words, you may wish to head specifically to the Dolomites.   The Dolomites is a range of mountains in the northea...

Italians call it a brindisi, the celebratory clinking of glasses to mark a special occasion. And if the occasion is really special, there is a good chance it will involve fizz from Ferrari, the country's market leader in the production of top-end sparkling wine.   A 113-year-old family-run business based at Trento in the foothills of th...

  WTI Magazine #79    2016 May 13Author : I borghi più belli d'Italia      Translation by:   The town sprung up along the Brennero road, the most important communication link between Italy and Germany. In spite of the construction of new residential areas, the layout of the town has remained more or less unaltered since the end of the 13th centu...

Castiglione della Pescaia, in Tuscany, is the Italian seaside destination with the best tourist offering in terms of quality and environmental sustainability. The ranking is published every year by the "Blue Guide" of Legambiente (Italy's largest environmental group), in collaboration with the Italian Touring Club, which for 2015 awarded the T...

Alto Adige, one of Italy's smallest wine-producing regions, is also one of the country's most diverse. Education is vital to help spread awareness and understanding of these multi-faceted wines. Following the success of the 2012 Master Class series hosted by Master Sommelier, Laura Maniec, Alto Adige Wines has re-launched an educational initiative...

by Michael Austin   One man's vino is another woman's wein. In Alto Adige, the Italian wine region also known as Sudtirol by the locals who drink "wein," multicultural bilingualism comes with the territory. This is Italy's northernmost wine region, bordering Austria to the north (thus, the language duality), Switzerland to the west, and...

Nel 1950 le località di Resia e Curon vengono artificialmente allagate per creare un lago atto alla produzione d'energia idroelettrica. Tutti gli edifici vengono rasi al suolo eccetto il campanile della Chiesa di Santa Caterina, che ancora oggi emerge dalle acque del Lago di Resia, diventando una famosa attrazione turistica. Curiosità: Il vec...