Cheap flights to Trentino Alto Adige

Trentino Alto Adige is an autonomous region that is located in Northern Italy. Since the 1970s, majority of its legislative and administrative competencies have been transferred to the two autonomous provinces, namely Trentino and South Tyrol, which makes up the region. Trentino Alto Adige is the region’s name in Italian, but it is also known as Trentino-South Tyrol in English.

Trentino-Alto Adigeis bordered by Tyrol in Austria to the north-east and north, by Graubünden of Switzerland to the north-west, and by the Italian regions of Lombardy to the west and Veneto to the south and south-east. Trentino Alto Adige covers 13,607km2 (5,254 sq mi). It is an extremely mountainous region, where it is covering a large part of the Dolomites and the Southern Alps.

The main language groups in Trentino Alto Adige are Italian and German, including small minorities speaking Ladin, Mocheno, and Cimbrian. The rest are mostly Bavarian dialects.

What to see & do

Museo di Arte Moderna e Contemporanea Rovereto - This museum has four floors that are made of 12,000-sq-metre steel, glass, and marble behemoth, care of the Ticinese architect Mario Botta. A great feature of the museum is that it was designed to allow mountain light to fill a central atrium from a soaring cupola. The museum houses a great selection of 20th-century works, which includes Warhol's Four Marilyns, several Picassos, and a clutch of contemporary art stars, including Bill Viola, Kara Walker, Arnuf Rainer, and Anslem Keifer.

Museo Archeologico dell'Alto Adige - Tourists will look forward to seeing the star of the Museo Archeologico dell’Alto Adige, which is the Ötzi. It is known as the Iceman, with almost the entire museum being given over to the Copper Age mummy. The Iceman is kept in a temperature-controlled igloo room and can be viewed through a small window. The museum features various exhibitions that explore his discovery, the world he lived in, and his untimely death.

Gardens of Trauttmansdorff Castle - These beautiful botanical gardens are located on the grounds of the Trauttmansdorff Castle. The gardens are open to the public but for a fee. However, visiting them is well worth it. The castle grounds houses around 80 gardens that features local and exotic plants.

How to get around within Trentino Alto Adige

Travellers who are thinking of how to use the public transport system in Trentino Alto Adige will be glad that it is managed by two main companies named Trentino Trasporti in Trentino and Servizi Autobus Dolomiti in Alto Adige. The main towns of Trentino Alto Adige, as well as its ski resorts, are accessible from major Italian cities such as Rome, Florence, Bologna, Milan, and Genoa.

How to get there

In order to get to Trentino Alto Adige, travellers can book their flights directly to the Bolzano Airport. Travellers who are looking for cheap flights can find them through Skyscanner. The site has a list of airlines operating from the Bolzano Airport such as Alitalia and Etihad Regional.

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