Visit Trentino-South Tyrol

Trentino-South Tyrol is an autonomous region in the north of Italy, bordered by Austria to the north and east, Switzerland to the north, and Veneto to the south. It is home to some of Italy's most spectacular natural landscapes, including towering mountains, lush forests, crystal clear lakes and winding valleys. It is also renowned for its unique culture that blends elements of both Italian and Austrian heritage.

A must-see tourist destination in Trentino-South Tyrol is Lake Garda. This stunning lake on the border between Italy and Austria offers activities such as swimming, sailing or simply taking in its incredible beauty from one of its many charming lakeside towns. Another popular attraction are Dolomites Mountains - a breathtaking UNESCO World Heritage Site renowned for its dramatic jagged peaks and deep blue skies.

One of the most interesting facts about Trentino-South Tyrol's history is that it was part of two different countries until after World War I when it became part of Italy. The region has since become a popular destination for travelers looking for a unique blend between two distinct cultures.