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Stories of Trentino Immigrants to the U.S.

The second half of the 19th century, and especially the decades between 1880 and 1920, saw a significant number of people migrating from Italy. The region of Trentino, which at the time wasn’t yet part of Italy but belonged to the Austro-Hungarian empire, was too involved in the process, with many...
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Discover the Best Mountain Huts in the Alps; Dolomites of Italy

They have spectacular views and food: the mountain huts of the Alps and Dolomites of Italy should definitely be a part of your hiking experience in the area. Use them as rest points on a day hike, or sleep overnight if you’re planning on a wild adventure. Here are some of the best mountain huts...
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Your Trentino Fishing Vacation Guide

Are you planning a weekend fishing trip or fishing vacation in Trentino and want to make sure you’ll be able to access the most beautiful regional reservations without worrying about where and how to book? Read on for our Trentino fishing vacation proposals designed to match your passion for fi...
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Exploring the Brenta Dolomites

“What incomparable variety of beauty! … Before the traveller’s eyes rise towers, horns, cupolas, columns, spires, crowded together in endless variety.” British mountaineer Douglas Freshfield upon seeing the Brenta Dolomites for the first time in 1875. The Brenta Dolomites: What & Where...
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Snowshoeing in the Italian Alps: Best Trips in Val di Non

There are plenty of opportunities for snowshoeing in the Italian Alps, and one of the best places to do so is no doubt the Val di Non, where snowshoeing as a leisure activity was invented. Snowshoeing as a means of transportation goes back thousands of years, used by populations who needed to move t...
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The Christmas Markets in Trentino-Alto Adige You Shouldn’t Miss

Christmas markets in Trentino Alto Adige are a deeply felt tradition: every year, between the end of November and January 6, the festive atmosphere of mountain towns and villages gets further enhanced by the ‘mercatini di Natale’, filled with local crafts, decorations, and food stands offering t...
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