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Cities in Trentino-Alto Adige, Italy
City: # City: #
Ala3 Merano/Meran37
Algund3 Mezzocorona1
altopiano della vigolana1 Mezzolombardo2
Andriano/Andrian1 Missiano/Missian1
Appiano sulla strada del vino/Eppan an der Weinstraße9 molveno3
arco5 Monguelfo-Tesido/Welsberg-Taisten2
Avio3 Mori12
Badia/Abtei3 Mühlbach / Rio di Pusteria1
Baselga di Pinè2 Nago-Torbole2
Bedollo - Altopiano di Pinè3 Naturno/Naturns4
Besenello1 Natz-Schabs2
Bleggio1 Nave San Rocco1
Bolzano1 Nogaredo1
Bolzano/Bozen145 Nova Levante/Welschnofen3
Borgo Valsugana7 Ora/Auer2
Brentonico3 Ortisei/St.Ulrich8
Bressanone/Brixen26 ossana2
Bronzolo1 Parcines/Partschins2
Brunico/Bruneck20 Pedersano-Villa Lagarina1
burgstall1 Pera di Fassa1
Caldaro sulla strada del vino/Kaltern an der Weinstraße4 pergine valsugana6
Caldonazzo1 Pfalzen1
Campitello1 Pinzolo1
Campo Tures/Sand in Taufers4 Polsa di Brentonico1
Canazei2 Prad1
carisolo2 Predazzo9
Carzano1 Renon, Ritten3
Castelrotto/Kastelruth2 Riva Del Garda12
Cavalese3 Rodengo1
Centa S. Nicolo'1 Roncegno2
Chiusa/Klausen4 Ronchi Valsugana1
civezzano1 Rovereto24
Colfosco/Corvara in Badia1 S. Cristina/ Val Gardena4
Cortaccia/Kurtatsch1 Salurn/Salorno3
dimaro1 San Lorenzo di Sebato1
Egna/Neumarkt3 San Lorenzo in Banale1
Feldthurns / Velturno1 Scena/Schenna1
Feldthurns/Velturno1 Schlanders / Silandro1
Fiera di Primiero1 Schluderns1
Fornace/Tn1 Soraga2
Fortezza/Franzensfeste1 St. Lorenzen, Kniepass2
Freienfeld2 Steinegg1
Gargazzone2 Sterzing/Vipiteno2
Grigno1 Strembo1
Hafling/Avelengo1 tassullo1
Isera2 Telve1
kiens/ chienes1 Terenten1
La Valle - Wengen1 Termeno/Tramin1
Laces/Latsch3 Tione di Trento3
Lago di Tenno2 Toblach / Dobbiaco1
Lagundo/Algund3 Transacqua1
Laives/Leifers4 Trento147
Lana8 Tuenno2
Lasa/Laas2 Vadena - Pfatten1
Lavarone1 Val di Vizze/Pfitsch1
lavis1 Vigolo Vattaro3
Levico Terme3 Villnoess - Funes1
longiaru1 Vinschgau1
Marebbe/Enneberg2 Völs am Schlern1
Margreid1 welschnofen1
Marlengo/Marling2 Zambana1
martignano1 ziano di fiemme2
Info about Trentino-Alto Adige, Italy
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Introduction

Trentino: It is a mainly mountainous province, rich in rivers, torrents and numerous lakes, clusters and chains of mountains of singular beauty, divided in two by the valley of the river Adige.Many alpine valleys. The principle lakes are those of Garda, Caldonazzo, Tovel and Ledro. Three natural parks, Adamello-Brenta, Paneveggio-Pale of S. Martino and Stelvio conserve the typical species of animals and vegetation of the alpine environment including even the bear.

Alto Adige: Alto Adige (South Tyrol), the most northern province of Italy, in the heart of the alpine circle, has a surface area of 7,400 sq. km. With valleys and mountains following each other, its landscape presents a varied aspect, from the mountainous zone of Ortles (Solda, Trafori, Val Martello) to the polling peaks of the Dolomites and to the porphyry walls of Bassa Atesina. A dominant and majestic scene of the Altoatesine Alps is constituted by the Dolomites that owe their name to the particular calcareous rock of which they are compounded. A third of the Altoatesino territory is protected under a landscape and environmental profile.

Top Things to See and Do
Trentino Alto Adige is a land of castles, mountains, with the wonderful Dolomites, skiiing areas, alpine valleys, so lots of hiking possibilities, there are also lots of cycling paths everywhere. The main cities are Trento and Bolzano, other towns of interest are Merano, Rovereto.

Neighbor regions/States: Borders with Austria (region Tyrol)and Switzerland are not far away, you can also easily reach Verona, the city of Romeo and Juliet, Milan and Venice are about four hours by train.

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Edited by: criirsara on 31.07.2006 criirsara on 30.07.2006 criirsara on 29.07.2006
Last postings about Trentino-Alto Adige Italy from other users
 
wukong76 wrote:

medieval castle,a lot of mountaines for snowboardlover,and lake


uwe wrote:

The Dolomitan mountains , or museum


sun1967 wrote:

Mountains, Castles and Archeological Museum (OETZI-ICE MAN)


giovannistpauls wrote:

A lot of beautiful mountains, rural landscape, castles, the town of Bozen/Bolzano.



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