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Quick Facts
Capital Trento
Government Italian Autonomous Region
Currency Euro (€)
Area 6,212 km2
Population 534,405(2012 est)
Language Official:Italian
Regionally Spoken:Ladin, Mócheno, Cimbrian, German
Religion n/a
Electricity 230V, 50Hz (European or Italian plug)
Time Zone UTC +1 and UTC +2(DST)

Trentino, is a autonomous region in Northern Italy. It, along with South Tyrol composes the northernmost Italian autonomous administrative region of Trentino-South Tyrol. Trentino is known in Italy for its mountainous landscape.


  • Trento - has a very nice medieval/renaissance city centre with a splendid cathedral and the Buonconsiglio castle, once the seat of the Bishopric of Trent and where the council of Trent was held
  • Rovereto - small town with a medieval centre and castle also an important center for the production of Silk, Wine, Cheese, Chocolate, Glass, Rubber, and Coffee
  • Arco - charming medieval town with a hilltop castle
  • Tenno - picturesque medieval town with a castle just north of Lake Garda part of the club The most beautiful villages in Italy
  • Rango - a frazione or parish of Bleggio Superiore, charming medieval town part of the club The most beautiful villages in Italy
  • Ala - small medieval town

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  • Lake Ledro - popular among locals it is considered one of the cleanest of the region
  • Rolle Pass - a high mountain pass with a spectuacular scenery
  • St. Romedius Sanctuary - pretty church in the middle of the forest
  • Eremo di San Colombano - an interesting hermitage carved out of the mountain side
  • Earth Pyramids of Segonzano
  • Saent Waterfalls
  • Nardis Waterfalls
  • Lake Molveno
  • Lake Tuvel - picturesque lake which once took a bright red color due to the presence of an algae
  • Toblino Castle - charming castle on an island in the middle of a lake
  • Avio Castle - a nice castle on the mountainside
  • Beseno Castle - huge castle on top of a hill
  • Drena Castle
  • Telvana Castle
  • Stenico Castle
  • Cles Castle
  • Castel Pietra - castle in the town of Calliano
  • Ivano Castle
  • Pergine Castle
  • Malgolo Castle
  • Valer Castle
  • Terlago Castle
  • Thun Castle
  • Madruzzo Castle
  • Castel Campo
  • Belasi Castle


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There are two railways leading into Trentino; the Valsugana Line, connecting Trento to Venice and the Trento-Malè-Marilleva railway between Trento and Malè.

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The legal driving age in Trentino is 18, 17 with supervision of person with no more than 65 years, only if in possession of full A1/B1 licence.

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Italian is the official and widely spoken language. However, Ladin, Mócheno, Cimbrian can also be heard being spoken as they are protected languages of the region.

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The legal drinking/purchasing age of alcoholic beverages is 18.

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