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Levico Terme, with 8112 inhabitants, strikes for the still unchanged character of a nineteenth-century city, which evokes the atmosphere of the belle époque, in which nobles from all over Europe came to recover from the labors of the court.
The combination of ancient and modern makes it an ideal center for different and very varied proposals and attractions.
Levico offers health, thermal and climatic well-being, sports and outdoor fun for its guests in hotels, lakeside campsites and apartments, as well as walks on the hills between castles and biotopes, or in the ancient historic center to discover the typical craftsmanship and Trentino Tyrolean cuisine.
The prestigious award of the coveted Blue Flag was reconfirmed at Lake Levico and its beaches, among the warmest stretches of water in southern Europe.
In this beautiful corner of Trentino there are countless opportunities to transform your holiday into a real “health bath” and regenerate the body and mind, finding harmony with yourself and the surrounding environment.
It is thanks to the mild climate, the healthy air you breathe, the proximity of the mountains and the presence of lakes, that here everything becomes easier and every activity more stimulating. There are many ways to relax: from walks in the woods, to paragliding flights to relaxing spa treatments.
The arsenical-ferruginous waters of the Terme di Levico and Vetriolo flow from springs located at 1,500 meters above sea level. Waters unique in Italy and rare in Europe, which allow to resolve the states of asthenia or exhaustion caused by the stress typical of our age, allow the recovery of vital, physical and psychic energies.
Where uncontaminated nature and green pastures meet culture and a passion for healthy eating, the best mountain flavors come to our tables. From polenta with the famous Valsugana flour to the genuineness of the small fruits of Sant’Orsola to the excellent sausages and dairy products of the area, such as the typical mountain cheese.
Furthermore, in Valsugana-Lagorai there is the “Slow Food convivium” which aims to promote and safeguard the agri-food heritage of the area: here, good and healthy cuisine is a treasure handed down from generation to generation.
Roman treasures and Renaissance splendour living side by side in squares, streets and buildings, making every corner a unique wonder. This is Trento, the Alpine capital “par excellence”, which has always been a privileged bridge between Italian culture and Central European tradition thanks to its geographical location. The underground archeological site of Roman Tridentum, the Buonconsiglio Castle and the MUSE, the Science Museum designed by Renzo Piano are only a few examples of the wonderful places you can visit.
Trento proudly hosts international festivals and events, such as Trento Film Festival, Festival dell’Economia and il Festival dello Sport. History and folklore have their highest expression in historical reenactments in costume such as Feste Vigiliane. Moreover, Trento’s Christmas atmosphere is unique. Crisp air and white snow, a festive enchantment as well as the craft products and flavours of its famous Christmas Market will enrich your special holidays.
The city offers also urban trekking itineraries, cycle paths and the 16,3 km long legendary climb Charly Gaul, which leads from Trento to Monte Bondone at 1651 meters of altitude.
A few kilometers far from Trento and easily accessible from the city, Monte Bondone is a stunning natural setting that offers everything a nature and sport lover could desire: beautiful walks, hiking trails, mountainbike trails, cycling routes, paragliding, activities for kids and families, outdoor games and the possibility to rent bikes and e-bikes.
Trentino’s cuisine is a melting pot of ingredients and methods, since it is at the junction between two climates and several culinary traditions. A rich local food & wine tradition which pays particular attention to quality and ensures both the purity and authenticity of the raw ingredients.
Autenthic products like trout and char from mountain streams, Extra Vergin Olive Oil from Garda Trentino, organic vegetables, berries, Trentino’s cheese, milk product excellences and cured meat.
In Trentino, climate, soil and terrain have combined to create one of the great wine-growing regions of Europe. The local wine excellence like Trentodoc Spumante, a metodo classico sparkling wine, and Vino Nosiola, wine variety of Valle dei Laghi, with its derived products can be sipped in the many wineries of the territory. In Trento you can also discover all the food & wine specialties of the region at Palazzo Roccabruna, the Enoteca Provinciale of Trentino.