Trentino, in the Stunning Italian Alps

Trento and Trentino, Italy, an automonous province that was once a part of Austria, located near the border in Northern Italy.

Cascada del Lupo, a dramatic series of waterfalls near Prato, Trentino, Italy.
Cascada del Lupo, a dramatic series of waterfalls near Prato, Trentino, Italy.
View of the wine growing terraces in Castello di Segonzano in Valle di Cembra.
View of the wine growing terraces in Castello di Segonzano in Valle di Cembra.
Pecorino sheep's milk cheese and other varieties at Bedollo, Italy.
Pecorino sheep’s milk cheese and other varieties at Bedollo, Italy.
Sheep crossing in Bedollo.
Sheep crossing in Bedollo.
The fast moving Avisio river in Trento, the capital of Trentino, Italy.
The fast-moving Avisio river in Trento, the capital of Trentino, Italy.
This building in Trento is where the famous Council of Trent met and the church split in two factions.
This building in Trento is where the famous Council of Trent met and the church split in two factions.
The city of Trento, with its marble sidewalks, is in Trentino, an autonomous province in Italy's far north.
The city of Trento, with its marble sidewalks, is in Trentino, an autonomous province in Italy’s far north.
Pirimidi di Segonzano, strange formations in the rock in the Valle di Cembra, Trentino Italy.
Pirimidi di Segonzano, strange formations in the rock in the Valle di Cembra, Trentino Italy.
The royal apartment in the Castello in Trento.
The royal apartment in the Castello in Trento.

Find out more about what you can see, do and enjoy in wonderful Trentino, Italy at VisitTrentino.comĀ 

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