Trentino Alto Adige is a region located in the north east of Italy. It is a border region with particular geographical and languages features. In the north it borders with Austria and Switzerland, to the west with Lombardy and finally both south and east with the Veneto. It’s a typical Alpine region formed completely by mountains alternating with valleys, large and small. The main valley is the Adige Valley which extends from north to south, starting from Merano toRovereto, through the two provincial capitals Bolzano and Trento; other valleys of the region are; the Val di Fassa, the Val di Fiemme, the Val di Sole, the Valsugana, the Val Gardena, the Val Pusteria, the Val Badia and the Val Venosta, to name only the best known. Among his mountain ranges stand out definitely the Dolomites, mountains of incredible beauty that have earned the titles of world heritage of UNESCO; on the Austrian border rise the Rhaetian Alps and the “Vetta d’Italia” which is traditionally considered the northernmost point in the Italian peninsula. Another group mountainous with peaks that reach 4000 meters is the Ortler-Cevedale to which are added theAdamello, Marmolada, Rosengarten, Sella, Sassolungo, the Pale di San Martino and the Latemar. All these mountains are the paradise of skiers, mountaineers, climbers and winter sports enthusiasts, in fact this region offers accommodation and sports facilities and lifts the vanguard and its ski resorts are known everywhere such as Madonna di Campiglio Moena, Canazei, San Martino di Castrozza and Plan de Corones. The region also has the ability to offer a lake landscape, in fact the northern part of the Lake of Garda is in its territory; The main center is represented by Riva del Garda. The main population centers are the two provincial capitals, Trento that among its main monuments offers the Buonconsiglio Castle, the Cathedral of San Vigilio and the Fountain of Neptune that is at the center of the Piazza del Duomo, and Bolzano with its cathedral in gothic style and its many castlesthat are found in its surroundings.