Trento & The Dolomites
The Dolomites sit at the top of Italy, surrounded by the region of Trentino-Alto Adige, and next to Austria.
This stunning area offers rugged mountain wilderness and green vine and orchard covered valleys, dotted with wooden farmhouses. Their rock evidently gives to the mountains a very distinct white cast (which is why they are also called the “Pale Mountains”), but the most particular tones arise every evening when the sun starts to set: the colors go from pinkish hues to fiery reds, the phenomenon referred to as Alpenglow. The region's cities, the southerly enclave and capital of Trento, the Austro-Italian Bolzano and very Viennese Merano and the mountain town and ski village of Cortina d'Ampezzo, are easy to navigate and full of alpine culture. This is also a beautiful summer destination, offering excellent hiking, sublime views and lots of fresh, fragrant air. To get there, drive two and half hours north from Venice or two hours south from Innsbruck, Austria.
When to visit
May to September Is the perfect time to experience the Dolomites region and the ideal time for hiking.
November to March There’s snow and it can drop to -10°C
Some popular Trento & The Dolomites Packages
Bespoke Small Groups of 12-16 guests means bigger experiences. Savour the finest sights and delights of Northern Italy with this 9-day sensory adventure featuring the vineyard covered landscape of Piedmont. Visit the rice-producing area of Vercelli, Bra - the birthplace of Slow Food Movement, the impeccable vineyards of Langhe-Roero & Monferrato Area, and the regal city of Turin, Italy’s first capital city.
If you are looking for the perfect itinerary through Campania region and its famous Amalfi Coast, look no more - this itinerary has been built and designed to include the very best of this area!
Explore two of the most charming, romantic and cultural cities of the Italian Penisula : Rome and Venice!
Experience a multitude of emotions in a region of overwhelming beauty, surrounded by nature and full of history; enjoy the pleasant countryside and imposing castles, including noble palaces and ancient cathedrals, olive groves, old stone “Trulli” and white baroque buildings, stunning caves and historic Masserie farmhouses.
A unique itinerary, bringing you right in the heart of the beautiful city of Turin and deep into the famous Langhe region, famous for its wines and truffles.
Discover Genoa, a medieval city in the heart of Liguria and Cinque Terre, Italy’s most idyllic seaside cluster of villages. The national park encompasses about 11 miles of the rocky coastline from north to south: Monterosso, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola and Riomaggiore.
Bologna, often considered the "food capital" of Italy, is a wonderful and vibrant city which will astound you not only due to its amazing food, but also for its incredible historical heritage.