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I spent three weeks in Trentino this summer and I could barely bring myself to leave. The region is breathtaking and has so much to offer you can easily fill a few weeks exploring the area.
A deeply rich history as evidenced by remarkably well-preserved castles, stunning mountain ranges, delicious food, lovely people and cities painted in ancient frescoes — what more can you want?
Surprisingly still an underrated region, Trentino is a little bit of paradise that has a little bit for everyone. I was in Trentino for Traverse conference that took place in Trento. One picture on the conference site of the Dolomites, a UNESCO Heritage Site, and I knew I was crossing an ocean to attend Traverse.
I spent the week before the conference exploring the many castles in the area, and road-tripping through the region.
Post-conference, I had an opportunity to explore the regions further and see it from different angles – canyoning in Val Noana, via Ferrata in Valle del Vanoi, relaxing at QC Terme Spa, sleeping in a mountain hut in the heart of the mountains, hiking the Catinaccio Dolomites, and seeing the iconic Passo Rolle.
Trentino is where romance, adventure, history, and culinary perfection find the perfect balance.