What to see in Trentino Alto Adige? In this guide, I will take you to discover the most fabulous places in this incredible region. Trentino Alto-Adige is the ideal destination for a holiday dedicated to sport, food, wine and culture. This region is rich in history as it had been for many years a disputed territory with Austria. Only in 1948 did it become part of the Kingdom of Italy. In this guide, I will tell you all the most important places to visit, from the UNESCO World Heritage Sites to the wineries of the famous TrentoDoc, told by someone who was born and has always lived here. What are you waiting for? Let's get started! Come and discover all the things to see in Trentino! Want to visit Trentino? Create your tailor-made trip with the local expert of Italia Delight. 1. Memorable excursions among the Dolomites, pyramids and breathtaking views The Pale di San Martino What to see in Trentino Alto Adige? The Pale di San Martino are not to be missed. Located in the Panaveggio Nature Park on the border with Veneto, the Pale di San Martino are the largest mountain group in the Dolomites. They have been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2009. The Pale are located between 2500 and 2800 metres above sea level and cover an area of 50 km2. Once you have left your car at the Rolle Pass (1984 metres), you can reach this location by a shuttle bus that will take you to the path. From here you can reach Baita Segantini, the ideal place to stop for a whipped cream and enjoy the breathtaking view. The Pale di San Martino are one of the most evocative and special places to see in Trentino and can be easily
What to see in Trentino Alto Adige? In this guide, I will take you to discover the most fabulous places in this incredible region.