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69 Accommodation

Ronchi Valsugana
Roncegno Terme
Centa San Nicolò
Miola di pinè
Torcegno

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    Accommodation modernized respecting alpine architecture;

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    Every alpine hut has optimal requisite, equipment and services;

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    Precise quality standard offer a high level of hospitality;

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    Unique holiday experience in uncontaminated nature;

Every season an experience to live

Wine and food


For those who enjoy the pleasure of good eating are near the alpine huts the best gastronomic trails.

The good cuisine in trentino’s valleys is passed in generations. The cuisine of Trentino conserves scrupulously the authentic of its alpine roots. A traditional gastronomy carrying on possibility of improvement of quality and always strict of genuineness of its products. In this way ancient aromas were recuperated.

Healthful products become dishes, where you can taste typical flavours of territory and pureness of water. Here so trouts and brook trouts of mountain streams. Extra virgin olive-oil DOP of lake Garda Trentino, the biological vegetables of valley di Gresta, little fruits of Sant’Orsola.

Arte Sella and ArteNatura Route


Arte Sella is an international outdoor exhibition of contemporary art set up in 1986 in the fields and woods of theSella Valley (Val di Sella, municipality of Borgo Valsugana, province of Trento). From 1996 the project Arte Sella developed on a dirt lane on southern slope of Armentera mountain: the ArteNatura route is an art route on a mountain path where visitors can discover art installations and be content about peculiarity of surroundings (different types of wood, rocks and trees).

Arte Sella is both a qualified exhibition of artistic works and, most importantly, an ongoing creative process in which art works can be actually followed as they grow and evolve. The artists are called upon to express a respectful relationship with nature and treat it as a source of inspiration.

MUSE and MART: art, exhibitions and museums


MUSE: In 1922, the Museum of Natural History of Trento was founded, on the top floor of the building in Via Verdi, now home to the Faculty of Sociology of the University of Trento. In 1964, the Tridentine Museum of Natural Sciences was established, administratively linked to the Autonomous Province of Trento.

MART: Museum of modern and contemporary art of Trento and Rovereto is one of the most important European museums. Born in 1987 as a functional institution of autonomous province of Trento, today il Mart works in three different places: in Rovereto is the headquarter of museum (a wide architectural complex opened in 2002 designed by Mario Botta and Giulio Andreolli) the house of futurist art Depero and the Civic Gallery in Trento. Conceived not as a traditional museum, but as a "cultural polo".

Art & Culture: Castles and Forts of the Great War


Fort delle Benne: It is located at the top of the homonymous hill that overlooks the Levico Lake, about 2 km from the village of Levico Terme. Also called the Fort of San Biagio, it was built between 1880 and 1882.

The Fort of Tenna: The fort is located on the hill of Tenna that separates the Lakes of Levico and Caldonazzo. In 2009 starts a restauration and it was inaugurated on 18th August 2012, but there are still negotiations for its public opening.

Gig Trench (fort) of Grigno: In 1866 in locality Martincelli was established the border between Austrian Empire and Italian Kingdom, between municipality of Grigno (Trentino) and Cismon del Grappa (Veneto).

Wine and food

Arte Sella and ArteNatura Route

MUSE and MART: art, exhibitions and museums

Art & Culture: Castles and Forts of the Great War