A Trentino city rich in culture and warmth
We jumped at the Early Bird tickets for the Traverse19 event, and a road trip was in the making.
Oh yes, it definitely had to be a road trip for us.
With Trento nestled at the foot of the Dolomites, there was lush countryside, lakes and mountain passes to discover.
A helpful guide
If your heading off on your own Italian adventure, than grab a copy of this DK Eyewitness book. I love planning road trips and these guides are so helpful. I find them extremely informative, easy to follow and the pictures and maps tempt you into discovering more of the back roads.
We used a previous version of this book to plan our Italian wanderings, now you can grab the revised ccopy.
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More to Trento then meets the eye
Each evening you’ll be spoilt for choice on which family-run bistro to dine at. Delicious fresh pasta being served al-fresco along cobbled lanes, accompanied with a glass of the sparkling tipple ‘Trentodoc’.
Like a local you can soak up the welcoming atmosphere and enjoy the balmy evenings, you really won’t want to leave, we didn’t.
When in Rome
Good to know!
Size isn’t everything
A peek in Trento’s castle
Would you like a little more?
Start creating your own north Italian adventure and discover the historic town of Trento for yourself. You can fly into Venice or Verona. Search for your flights in one easy place with ebookers.com. Over 400 airlines are scanned for your favoured routes and chosen dates.
Or alternatively, discover more of Italy on a road trip like us. If you’re venturing from the UK, jump on Le Shuttle.
Although, if you’re unable to bring your own car or you are flying into this lovely country give Rental Cars a go. They search multiple well-known car hire brands for the best deals.
Head to the hills
Trento & beyond
To discover more of this beautiful region, take a browse through the local Visit Trentino website.
Enjoying the landscape
Where we stayed
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