Wide-open spaces and the rhythms of nature have always made Trentino the ideal destination for those seeking balance and well-being in any season. Even during a snowy winter. This is what you can expect to find: 227 ski lifts, over 23 cross-country ski resorts, more than 6,000 km of trails, over 146 mountain lodges and a staggering 1,000 trees for every inhabitant! In Trentino, there’s no shortage of open spaces, which makes it easier to have a stress-free stay here.
We have worked hard and with great determination since last spring to ensure everyone’s safety, and to make your holidays a chance for you and your loved ones to focus on well-being. Thanks to the implementation of precise, thorough protocols with the goal of reducing risks and guaranteeing safety for everybody, Trentino aims to be a place where you can feel safe while respecting the rules.
When the time is right, we will be here, ready to welcome you, whether outdoors or in our hotels, in the lodges of our snow-capped mountains or in museums bursting with intriguing exhibits, on public transport and in our finest restaurants and wine cellars. We look forward to seeing you, eager to offer you not only the welcome we have always taken pride in extending, but also the chance to enjoy a holiday where you can recharge and take a deep breath in nature with your loved ones.
In Trentino, the situation is being monitored through the constant efforts of a dedicated task force. As of Monday 15 February 2021, Trentino will be in the orange zone. For this reason, travel and access will be limited to the businesses that have reopened in recent weeks.
Even the reopening date of ski lifts, which had been approved in the last few days, must be postponed.
Below, we have summarised the main measures which are in place in our province: