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Images of a Holiday Summer Emotions From the Dolomites to Lake Garda

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dolomite rock gardens A natural heritage to explore

At sunset you can see an extraordinary and enchanting spectacle. Because of their characteristic composition of calcium and magnesium carbonate, at this time of day the jagged peaks of the Dolomites take on a pink glow that gradually turns to violet, a phenomenon known as the Enrosadira. The Dolomites, nominated a World Heritage site by Unesco, are a natural treasure covering a large area of Trentino. Amazing towers of sheer rock, a kaleidoscope of changing colours and fascinating contrasts, these mountains have been the scene of exciting mountaineering feats. They were named after Déodat de Dolomieu, the Dauphiné scientist who, in

1789, was the first to study their chemical composition and discovered the rock’s very special mineral, called Dolomia in his honour. The Trentino peaks are ideal for climbing, mountain biking and walking in peace and solitude. Two impressive mountain chains “protect” Trentino: in the west are the Brenta Dolomites and the Adamello with its glacier (the largest in the Italian Alps), while in the east are the more extensive Dolomite ranges of Fassa, Latemar, the Pale di S. Martino and the Marmolada, the “Queen of the Dolomites” rising to a height of 3,342 metres, destination of skiers and mountaineers.


mirrors of the sky

Lake Garda - and many more lakes

Crystal clear waters that can be simply contemplated to inspire a feeling of peace and quiet, or that can be the destination of a more active holiday. Trentino has something for everyone with almost three hundred lakes where you can relax and practise a vast range of water sports, although to protect the natural environment motor boats are not permitted. Most of the lakes are situated at altitudes over 1500 metres and nearly all are surrounded by high mountains, like pure blue gems amidst the peaks of the Dolomites. The “king” of the lakes is certainly Garda. Here sailing and windsurfing have found their

natural “habitat”, thanks to the presence of its playful (and indispensable) companions in adventure, the winds brought by the Ora and Peler currents. Not far away is Lake Ledro, where you can still see the remains of lake-dwellings dating back to the Bronze age. On the Altopiano della Paganella is Lake Molveno, the largest lake in the Alps above 800 metres and a scene of rare beauty with the Brenta peaks reflected in the water. The most popular lakes are Levico, Caldonazzo and Lavarone, not forgetting Toblino with its impressive setting and its castle, immortalised by hundreds of painters.


nature, exercise and good health

A mountain of well-being

Leave the hustle and bustle of urban life behind and come and explore the forests, meadows, fields and farmlands of Trentino, meet the people who live there and learn about their traditions. Here, a few leisurely hours riding along cycle paths provide a unique combination of sport and nature, healthy exercise and culture. A vast network of almost 400 kilometres of cycle routes (clearly sign-posted and with regular ‘bicigrill’ refreshment stops) covers the length and breadth of the province. Unspoilt scenery and exciting trails are waiting to be explored on the “Dolomiti Brenta Bike” circuit, a 160 kilometre mountain bike trail in the Adamello-Brenta Nature Park, and on two new trails, “Mountain&Garda Bike”, with dramatic views over Lake Garda, and

“Dolomiti Lagorai Bike”, which runs through the Lagorai mountain range. But you don’t need to go to such effort to keep fit, simply walking is enough and Trentino is the ideal place for this. Outdoor activities in the mountains are by far the best way of keeping healthy, whether walking up gentle slopes or undertaking more demanding treks, perhaps on delightful trails such as “Trek of the Legends”, 200 km of footpaths through the Dolomites with ascents and descents totalling a height difference of 16,000 m, or the “Dolomiti Brenta Trek” with its alternative footpaths, expert and country. The lower levels of oxygen in the air at altitude mean that once you are back down in the valley your blood and muscle tissues will benefit from increased oxygenation.


a taste of the good life

On the plate and in the glass

In Trentino, food and wine are the epitome of fine taste and healthy eating. Every valley and every corner of the countryside preserve traditions and recipes handed down for generations. Seven Wine and Food Routes have been mapped to lead you to the best in local agricultural products and foods. These tasting routes cover the whole region and bring together producers, institutions and tourist operators whose priority is quality and who conform to strict regulations. The province boasts a great variety of food and wine, such as Trentodoc, the pride of Italian sparkling wine, the red wines Marzemino and Teroldego, and the white wine Nosiola. And then there is the DOP Garda Trentino extra virgin olive oil, a product of rare qual-

ity, light and with a very low acid content; or the famous Val di Non apples (the Golden Delicious, Stark Red Delicious and Renetta varieties having DOP classification since 2003). Among the excellent dairy products are Trentingrana, made only with cows milk from small and medium sized dairy farms, and Spressa delle Giudicarie, while as regards river fish, the Rainbow Trout and Salmon Trout have protected designation of origin status. Numerous events dedicated to the world of food and wine are also a perfect way to discover Trentino’s specialities and the uniqueness of its territory, its waters and its climate, elements that over the centuries have nurtured its agriculture and given life to its genuine produce.


up to your expectations

Hotels and spas

Well-being and relaxation in an alpine setting. The 47 Vitanova-Trentino Wellness hotels and the Trentino Spa circuit make this region the ideal location for anyone looking to regenerate their body and mind. In the former you will find the warmest of welcomes along with excellent service. These hotels feature state-of-the-art wellness centres with saunas, steam baths, swimming pools and spacious hydromassage baths, as well as relaxation areas and beauty centres offering relaxing massages and customised beauty treatments. As well as traditional treatments, they also offer treatments prepared with honey, herbs, chocolate and apple as well as Ribes Nigrum (blackcurrant), perfect for supplying the skin

with all the nutrients it needs. Wellbeing and body care are also the order of the day in Trentino’s nine Spa centres: Terme Dolomia, Terme di Levico-Vetriolo, Terme di Roncegno, Terme di Garniga, Terme di Comano, Terme Valrendena-Fonte di S. Antonio, Terme di Pejo, Terme di Rabbi and the new Spa centre at Garda Thermae. What makes these spas special is not just the particular beneficial effects of their waters, but it is also their locations: they are all surrounded by beautiful countryside at altitudes ranging between 50 and 1,400 metres above sea level and therefore benefit from a healthy and invigorating mountain climate.


green is the colour of emotion Environmentally friendly

The environment constitutes Trentino’s greatest wealth and for this reason efforts have always been made to safeguard it. The area under protection is equal to 25% of the provincial territory and includes parks, reserves and biotopes covering a total area of over a thousand square kilometres. Three nature parks form the hub of the system: the Paneveggio-Pale di San Martino, the Trentino section of the Stelvio National Park and the Adamello-Brenta Park. The latter is one of the largest conservation areas in the Alps and covers 620 square kilometres at an altitude of between 470 and 3,560 metres. Visiting these areas, “populated” by deer, chamois,

eagles, ptarmigan, capercaillie, ibex and a small group of brown bears, is always exciting and rewarding. The Paneveggio-Pale di S. Martino Nature Park lies in the east of the province and has a large forest, better known as the “Forest of the Violins”, where Norway spruce trees provide precious, resonance wood used in the production of various musical instruments, including the famous Stradivarius violins. Peaks which are snow-covered even in summer, distinguish the Trentino section of the Stelvio National Park, where larch, fir and spruce woods are home to deer, chamois and ibex.


the art of holidaying

Shows within a show

Festivals, exhibitions, concerts, encounters, shows. This is the Art of Holidaying, a programme of the main cultural and artistic events in Trentino this summer published all together in a single brochure and on the web site www.artedellavacanza.it, combining special holiday accommodation offers with exciting events. To begin with, there are the exhibitions at Mart and the Buonconsiglio Castle, the Trento Museum of Natural History and the Museum of Customs and Traditions of the People of Trentino; then there is the Trento Film Festival, which for over half a century has been host to a vast range of encounters, and fictional and documentary films on the theme of mountains; Future Present, an exploration of the contemporary cultural scene, and the Fes-

tival of Economy where academics from all over the world come together. Once again Pergine Spettacolo Aperto will reaffirm itself as the cradle for experimentation with new ways of staging theatre, while Artesella sees art meeting nature, and Drodesera, an international festival of the performing arts, will enliven the hydroelectric power station at Fies. We turn to music with The Sounds of the Dolomites, inspirational concerts against the breathtaking backdrop of the most beautiful mountains in the world, the Musica Riva Festival, the Mozart Festival and the Smarano Organ Festival. International dance takes centre stage at Oriente Occidente with a series of encounters, exchanges and meetings between people and cultures, tradition and innovation.


a view of history and culture Trento and Rovereto highlights

Castles, medieval villages, old churches and museums: Trentino is a treasure chest of art, history and culture. Many traces of an important past survive in the two towns of Trento and Rovereto as well as in other minor centres. The city of Trento is the capital of the province and is where Italian and Central European cultures come together. Its origins go back to the Roman period and remains of the ancient town of Tridentum are preserved in an underground archaeological site. The magnificence of the Renaissance is still visible on the attractive façades of the many frescoed palazzos which add a touch of colour to the historic centre. The “City of the Council of Trentâ€? is dominated by the Buonconsiglio Castle, a medieval fortress converted to an elegant residence by the Prince-

Bishops and now an important museum. There are also other important museums, such as the Tridentine Diocesan Museum and the Tridentine Museum of Natural History. The Cathedral is an impressive example of Romanesque architecture while its square is one of the most beautiful in Italy. Rovereto has always been a place of lively cultural exchange. The Venetian domination has left some fine examples of architecture and today the town is known for its numerous museums, in particular Mart, one of the most important contemporary art galleries in Europe. Spreading a message of peace and brotherhood is the famous Maria Dolens bell, cast from First World War cannons; it tolls every evening at dusk in memory of those fallen in all wars.


spectacular top-level sport a thrilling natural stadium

In the summer there is one major sporting event after another in Trentino. Climbing, running, football, sailing and cycling - in the summer months the region becomes a natural stadium in which great champions vie against each other. The lush Val Rendena and the enchanting scenery of the Brenta Dolomites will again this year be the setting of the Juventus gathering at Pinzolo. Fans can attend the first training sessions of their favourite team in a unique environment. Still in the realm of football, the big news of 2010 is the arrival of Bayern Munich in the Province. The much-heralded German team will hold its own pre-championship retreat in Trentino, at Riva del Garda, getting their legs into shape for the new sporting season. From football we turn to cycling, and

on 26 and 27 May the pink entourage of the Giro d‘Italia will arrive in the Province, with a stage finishing in Pejo Terme and another starting from Levico. Also in July, the traditional Dolomites Sky Race is back, a punishing foot race which will see participants tackling an 11 km descent in Val di Fassa with a height drop of 1,750 metres, and also the Transalp, which for the last 12 years has seen hundreds of competitors follow a fascinating route across the Alps from Germany to Lake Garda. For lovers of water sports and free climbing the European Rafting Championships (2 to 5 June in Val di Sole), the Lake Garda Meeting Optimist Class (1 to 4 April in Riva del Garda) and Rock Master at Arco, scheduled for September, are not to be missed. Fans of top class athletics will also have their own spectacle in the Palio della Quercia, the oldest meeting of its kind, which will animate the town of Rovereto in September.


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the best way of getting to know all the beautiful sights and everything this province has to offer is to come and spend a holiday here and see it for yourself. Wherever you are in the world you can check out our holiday packages online. Find out everything you need to know about Trentino and book an unforgettable holiday from the comfort of your own home with a simple click of the mouse. Just log on to our new tourist site www.visittrentino.it - an inexhaustible source of information. Visittrentino.it has been designed to be completely user-friendly and features interactive maps (Google Maps) and hotel availability searches. The contents have been entirely rewritten and many videos and picture galleries have been added.

To keep abreast of the many opportunities currently available in Trentino there is a new on-line magazine which is updated weekly. By clicking on www.intrentino.to you will find news on culture, sport, well-being and food and wine in Trentino. The web site is designed to integrate with the tourist portal www.visittrentino.it and provides information for the discerning traveller on all the most interesting and typical features of Trentino. The magazine can also be downloaded in pdf format. Subscribe to the newsletter to receive the latest news by email.


the hospitality clubs Trentino provides accommodation for approximately 470 thousand guests: 94 thousand in about 1600 hotels (from 1 to 4 stars), 176 thousand in holiday apartments, campsites, agriturs, B&Bs and another 200 thousand in second homes. Some of these are members of the various product clubs, grouped together on the basis of quality and orientation.

Bed & BReaKfasT www.trentinobedandbreakfast.it

aPPaRTamenTI TURIsTIcI www.trentinoappartamenti.info

clUB comfoRT www.clubcomfort.it

QUalITà PaRco adamello BRenTa www.parcoadamellobrenta.tn.it

moToTURIsmo www.trentinoinmoto.com

vITanova TRenTIno Wellness www.vitanova.to

agRITURIsmo www.agriturismotrentino.com

camPeggI www.trentino.camping.it

This publication was edited by the Trentino Spa in January 2010 Texts by: Redazione Trentino Spa Editorial coordination and translation: Relazioni Esterne Editoria Trentino Spa

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GETTING TO TRENTINO You can reach Trentino from the north and south either by rail (Verona-BrennerMunich) or on the A22 Brenner motorway.

The nearest airports to Trento are the “Dolomiti S. Giacomo” in Bolzano (57 km), the “Valerio Catullo” in Verona (90 km), the “Gabriele d’Annunzio” in Brescia (135 km), the “Marco Polo” in Venice (163 km), the “Orio al Serio” in Bergamo (180 km) and the “Linate” and “Malpensa” airports in Milan (about 250 km).

Local transport includes bus services run by the Trentino Trasporti and two minor railways, the Trento-Venice through Valsugana and the Trento-Malé serving Val di Non and Val di Sole.

Trentino Spa - Destination Marketing Organisation - via Romagnosi 11 - 38122 Trento - I - info@visittrentino.it


VISITTRENTINO.IT

Itineraries for a summer of discovery and adventure.

Summer Emotions From the Dolomites to Lake Garda

IMAGES OF A HOLIDAY

Nature, sport, culture, fine wines and food. These holiday itineraries in Trentino place the accent on quality of life and physical and spiritual well-being. Marked out on this map are the most important and typical itineraries in a region where a warm, traditional welcome awaits you in its hotels and where you can make new discoveries and adventures. The Cycle Paths, the Art of Holidaying, Trek of the Legends, Dolomiti Brenta Trek, Wine and Food Itineraries, Dolomiti Brenta Bike, Mountain&Garda Bike, Lagorai Bike. A myriad trails for an unforgettable summer.

RIFUGIO F.AUGUST

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RIFUGIO CASTIGLIONI

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RIFUGIO GARDECCIA SOUNDS OF THE DOLOMITES

RIFUGIO CONTRIN SOUNDS OF THE DOLOMITES

PASSO COSTALUNGA

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RIFUGIO FUCIADE

ACCADEMIA INTERNAZIONALE DI IMPROVVISAZIONE ALL’ORGANO E AL CLAVICORDO SOUNDS OF THE DOLOMITES

PASSO LAVAZÈ

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PAMPEAGO

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MALGA SASS

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CAVALESE

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MALGA VALMAGGIORE RIFUGIO ROSETTA SAN MARTINO DI CASTROZZA

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RIFUGIO PAION

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RIFUGIO VELO DELLA MADONNA

MALGA SADOLE BAITA CAURIOL

RIFUGIO PRADIDALI

VILLA WELSPERG

MALGA SASS

ALBERGO LA ROTONDA ALBERGO CANT DEL GAL

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MUSEO DEGLI USI E COSTUMI DELLA GENTE TRENTINA

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RIFUGIO PASSO MANGHEN

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CASTELLO DEL BUNCONSIGLIO FESTIVAL DELL’ECONOMIA SOUNDS OF THE DOLOMITES

MART TRENTO

TRENTOFILMFESTIVAL MUSEO TRIDENTINO DI SCIENZE NATURALI

PERGINE SPETTACOLO APERTO

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ARTESELLA SOUNDS OF THE DOLOMITES

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DRODESERA FIES

GETTING TO TRENTINO

You can reach Trentino from the north and south either by rail (Verona-BrennerMunich) or on the A22 Brenner motorway. FUTUROPRESENTE MART ROVERETO FESTIVAL INTERNAZIONALE W.A. MOZART

ORIENTE OCCIDENTE

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TRENTO, MONTE BONDONE, VALLE DEI LAGHI

Azienda per il Turismo

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ROVERETO E VALLAGARINA

Azienda per il Turismo

A D R A G I D

Corso Rosmini 6 - 38068 Rovereto Tel. 0464 430363 - Fax 0464 435528 info@visitrovereto.it www.visitrovereto.it

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Via Manci 2 - 38100 Trento Tel. 0461 216000 - Fax 0461 216060 informazioni@apt.trento.it www.apt.trento.it

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Azienda per il Turismo

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VAL DI FIEMME

Azienda per il Turismo

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Largo Medaglie d’Oro al Valor Militare 5 38066 Riva del Garda Tel. 0464 554444 - Fax 0464 520308 info@gardatrentino.it www.gardatrentino.it

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Azienda per il Turismo

Via Fratelli Bronzetti 60 - 38033 Cavalese Tel. 0462 241111 - Fax 0462 241199 info@visitfiemme.it www.visitfiemme.it

Dolomiti Lagorai Bike

Azienda per il Turismo

TRENTO AND VALSUGANA WINE AND FLAVOURS ROUTE

TERME DI COMANODOLOMITI DI BRENTA S.C.A.R.L.

Mountain&Garda Bike

PIANA ROTALIANA WINE AND FLAVOURS ROUTE

VAL DI FASSA

WINE AND FLAVOURS ROUTE OF THE AVISIO HILLS, FAEDO AND VALLE DI CEMBRA

Dolomiti Brenta Bike

Via Battisti 38/D - 38070 Ponte Arche Tel. 0465 702626 - Fax 0465 702281 info@visitacomano.it www.visitacomano.it

THE CHEESE ROUTE OF THE FASSA, FIEMME AND PRIMIERO DOLOMITES

Mountain bike fans will find plenty of scope for their two wheels in Trentino with three extensive circuits through the mountains: the “Dolomiti Brenta Bike” (www.dolomitibrentabike.it), a 160 kilometre trail in the Adamello-Brenta Nature Park, and two new circuits, “Mountain&Garda Bike” (www.gardatrentino.it) with its views over Lake Garda, and the “Dolomiti-Lagorai Bike” (www. dolomitilagoraibike.it) which runs through the Lagorai range.

Strèda Roma 36 - 38032 Canazei Tel. 0462 609500 - Fax 0462 602278 info@fassa.com www.fassa.com

APPLES AND FLAVOURS ROUTE OF THE VALLE DI NON AND VAL DI SOLE

Azienda per il Turismo

THREE CIRCUITS FOR BIKERS

WINE AND FLAVOURS ROUTE FROM GARDA TO THE BRENTA DOLOMITES

Azienda per il Turismo

Seven itineraries to help you discover the wealth of fine foods and wines in Trentino, a journey through tastes and aromas. And more. The Wine and Food Routes, which wind their way throughout the whole province, offer not just tempting foods and wines but also history, nature and culture.

VALLAGARINA WINE AND FLAVOURS ROUTE

MADONNA DI CAMPIGLIO PINZOLO - VAL RENDENA

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Trentino wine and food routes

SAN MARTINO DI CASTROZZA, PRIMIERO E VANOI

R OV E R E TO

val di ledro

Via Pradalago 4 38084 Madonna di Campiglio Tel. 0465 447501 - Fax 0465 440404 info@campiglio.to www.campiglio.to

valsugana

val del chiese

Via Passo Rolle 165 38058 San Martino di Castrozza Tel. 0439 768867 - Fax 0439 768814 info@sanmartino.com www.sanmartino.com

VALLI DI SOLE, PEJO E RABBI

T R E N TO

Azienda per il Turismo

Trekking delle leggende

VALSUGANA LAGORAI - TERME - LAGHI SCARL

Stopping points

Azienda per il Turismo

Viale Marconi 7 - 38027 Malé Tel. 0463 901280 – Fax 0463 901563 info@valdisole.net www.valdisole.net

Dolomiti Brenta Trek

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Villa Sissi - Parco delle Terme 3 38056 Levico Terme Tel. 0461 706101 – Fax 0461 706004 info@valsugana.info www.valsugana.info

VALLE DI NON

Azienda per il Turismo

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Trekking delle Leggende (www.trekking.visittrentino.it) is a circuit of almost 200 kilometres which winds through the Val di Fiemme, the Val di Fassa, San Martino di Castrozza and Primiero. Walkers can enjoy spectacular views of the majestic peaks of mountain ranges of outstanding beauty such as the Lagorai, the Pale di San Martino, Marmolada, the Torri del Sella, Catinaccio and Latemar. Over in western Trentino there is the “Dolomiti Brenta Trek” (www. dolomitibrentatrek.it) with two variations, expert and country, in the heart of the Adamello-Brenta Nature Park.

ALTOPIANO DI PINÉ E VALLE DI CEMBRA

Via Roma 21 - 38013 Fondo Tel. 0463 830133 - Fax 0463 830161 info@visitvaldinon.it www.visitvaldinon.it

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val di fiemme

Azienda per il Turismo

Azienda per il Turismo

TREK OF THE LEGENDS

val di non

Via Battisti 106 - 38042 Baselga di Piné Tel. 0461 557028 - Fax 0461 557577 infopine@visitpinecembra.it www.visitpinecembra.it

val di sole

ALTIPIANO DI FOLGARIA, LAVARONE E LUSERNA

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Sounds of the Dolomites 2010

SOUNDS OF THE DOLOMITES

The Art of Holidaying is a programme devoted to the main artistic and cultural events enlivening the summer months in Trentino. The range is wide and outstanding: exhibitions at the Museum of Contemporary and Modern Art (MART), the concerts of The Sounds of the Dolomites, dance at the Oriente Occidente Festival, and the Festival of Economics. Full details can be found in the Art of Holidaying brochure and at www.artedellavacanza.it.

Azienda per il Turismo

Museum and festival centres with permanent sites

DOLOMITI DI BRENTA, PAGANELLA, ANDALO, LAGO DI MOLVENO, FAI DELLA PAGANELLA, CAVEDAGO, SPORMAGGIORE

THE ART OF HOLIDAYING

Piazza Dolomiti 1 - 38010 Andalo Tel. 0461 585836 - Fax 0461 585570 info@visitdolomitipaganella.it www.visitdolomitipaganella.it

The huge network of cycle paths in Trentino makes the province a perfect destination for all cycling enthusiasts. The figures speak for themselves: more than 400 kilometres of trails, a host of services, including ‘bicigrill’ rest areas, and rail transport for bikes.

Via Roma 67 - 38064 Folgaria Tel. 0464 724100 - Fax 0464 720250 info@montagnaconamore.it www.montagnaconamore.it

CYCLE PATHS

This publication was edited by the Trentino Spa in January 2009 - Texts by: Redazione Trentino Spa Editorial coordination and translation: Relazioni Esterne Editoria Trentino Spa - Cover photo: Nicola Angeli - Graphic Design by: Plus - Printed by: Euroedit

Bike and pedestrian path Bike and pedestrian path in construction/planned

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Local transport includes bus services run by the Trentino Trasporti and two minor railways, the Trento-Venice through Valsugana and the Trento-Malé serving Val di Non and Val di Sole.

Trentino Spa - Destination Marketing Organisation - via Romagnosi 11 - 38122 Trento - info@visittrentino.it

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The nearest airports to Trento are the “Dolomiti S. Giacomo” in Bolzano (57 km), the “Valerio Catullo” in Verona (90 km), the “Gabriele d’Annunzio” in Brescia (135 km), the “Marco Polo” in Venice (163 km), the “Orio al Serio” in Bergamo (180 km) and the “Linate” and “Malpensa” airports in Milan (about 250 km).

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