Trentino - Alto Adige
Trentino-Alto Adige (English: Trentino-South Tyrol) is one of Italy's regions, located in Northern Italy. It is divided into 2 provinces: Trentino and South Tyrol, each having their own capital city, Trento and Bolzano. Part of Austria-Hungary until 1919, and very poor in the past, the Trentino-Alto Adige region is now among the wealthiest in Italy. Touristic Italian attractions in this region include ski slopes, in the Dolomites, for sports lovers, but also picturesque lanscapes, such as Lake Garda, for nature lovers. There are many spa towns in Trentino-Alto Adige as well, famous in Europe for their treatments and therapies.
Bolzano is part of the Trentino Alto Adige region in Italy and capital of the province South Tyrol. The province borders Switzerland and Austria and its capital, the city of Bolzano, is one of only five mainly Italian-speaking cities in Trentino - Alto Adige. The province has a total of 116 comuni. The territory is characterized by the many castels that were build centuries ago, there are more than 90 castles in this region, including the Tyrol Castle, which is responsible for the region's name.
The province of Trentino is part of the Trentino - Alto Adige region in Italy. It is formed out of 217 comuni and its capital is the city of Trento. The territory is mainly characterized by mountains and valleys, making the area a stunning place to visit. The famous Segonzano Pyramids are found here, the spectacular Nardis Cascades in Val di Genova are an important touristic destination and magnificent valleys such as Val di Fassa, Val di Fiemme and Val di Non are also part of Trento's charm.