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With the arrival of summer, the desire to spend a weekend or a golfing holiday is getting stronger. In Italy there are many destinations for a spring trip: from villages, to natural wonders, to fascinating cultural sites. An ideal place for a holiday between spring and summer is the Trentino Region. Famous for being one of the main winter destinations, thanks to its ski areas and the wonderful snowy landscapes, Trentino and Trento city actually offer many attractions if you want to organize your next Golf Experience. From sport to food and wine, from nature to culture, there are many reasons to prepare your suitcases, your golf bag and enjoy the beauty of this area.
- 1 THE GOLF COURSES
- 2 WHERE TO STAY IN TRENTO AREA
- 3 WHAT TO EAT IN TRENTO CITY AREA
- 4 YOUR FREE EXTRA-GOLF TIME IN TRENTO CITY AREA
- 5 WORTH A TRIP !!
- 6 HOW TO REACH TRENTO
- 6.1 Airport
- 6.2 Search and book your best flight
- 6.3 Relax at the airport waiting for your flight
- 6.4 Search and book the best car rental offer
- 6.5 Search and book your best private flight
- 6.6 Claim compensation for your flight delay or cancellation
- 6.7 The comfort and relaxation of your private transport from / to the airport
- 7 TRAVEL INSURANCE
- 8 CALL TO ACTION
THE GOLF COURSES
- Period of the year recommended: from May to October
- Period of the year recommended: from April to November
- Period of the year recommended: from May to October
Some tips on golf courses:
To book the Tee Time, it is best to send an email to the secretary of the Golf Club you have chosen, asking for availability, obviously indicating the day and an indicative time. You can find the e-mail address by opening the Golf Club website from “Open website” and then searching for “contacts” or some Golf Clubs have the form to fill out to get the Tee Time. I think it’s better to send an email to the Secretariat. Opens Google Map at the point of the Golf Club. You can have the necessary information to reach the playing field or to know the distances for example from the Hotel you have chosen for the stay.
WHERE TO STAY IN TRENTO AREA
Trento city area offers a wide choice of hotels. Of all categories, villas, apartments and more. Below you can find what you need as always with the utmost freedom to choose based on your needs.
WHAT TO EAT IN TRENTO CITY AREA
Ideal destination in every season of the year, Trentino Alto Adige is not only synonymous with beautiful mountain landscapes and outdoor activities: it is a place rich in culinary traditions, some influenced by the flavors of German and Austrian cuisine. The regional cuisine of Trentino boasts numerous specialties that can delight even the most refined palates, thanks also to the use of good and genuine local products. If you are planning a holiday in Trentino Alto Adige, here are some typical dishes or foods that you absolutely must try.
First of all there are these stale bread balls flavored with various ingredients, including speck, cheese, vegetables and aromatic herbs. They are served both in broth and dry, seasoned with melted butter and often accompanied with sauerkraut, goulash and other specialties.
A great classic of Trentino cuisine, especially from the southern provinces of the region, is this salami based on beef that is first marinated in salt, pepper and garlic and then flavored in brine, a very ancient recipe born to preserve meat during the ‘winter. It can also be eaten alone and is served in thin slices, such as carpaccio simply seasoned with oil and parmesan flakes, but if you want to try a typical recipe, order the carne salada e fasoi, or the salted meat accompanied with beans.
Speck Alto Adige PGI is the most typical salami of this region and is characterized by its tasty taste and an unmistakable aroma. It is so good that it can be eaten alone, simply with bread, but it is also used in dumplings and in many other Trentino dishes.
If you want to try a typical snack, order the tasty Schüttelbrot, to be eaten strictly with speck and cheese. Schüttelbrot is a type of crispy bread with a round and thin shape, prepared with rye flour, water, yeast, salt and some spices. Being very tasty it lends itself well to accompany cheeses and salami for an aperitif or snack.
Cheeses: Puzzone di Moena and Tosella di Primiero
Speaking of cheeses, you can’t miss the Puzzone di Moena, a medium or long-aged cheese well known by those who visit the Val di Fassa and the Val di Fiemme. Its particular method of preparation gives it a strong flavor and a very intense aroma, from which the name derives. More delicate is the Tosella di Primiero, a fresh cheese that is cut into thick slices, passed over the fire and served hot together with polenta, mushrooms and sausage.
Polenta di Storo
One of the typical dishes of Trentino is polenta and among the most famous ones there is Storo polenta, prepared with yellow Storo flour. It is produced from a particular variety of wheat characterized by a red coloring of the beans. In addition to the classic polenta, flour is used to make sweets and appetizers.
This recipe is typical of the Val di Non but you can find it in other places in Trentino. It is a pancake made with potatoes and flour, which is usually eaten accompanied by meats, cheeses, sauerkraut or beans.
The famous sauerkraut is made with cabbage and turnip, which are left to ferment with salt, cumin seeds, wild fennel and juniper berries, thus giving the sauerkraut their unique and tasty aroma and flavor. They are then accompanied by the classic frankfurters, meat, dumplings and many other typical dishes.
Minestra di Orzo
Another great classic of Trentino cuisine, it is excellent on cold winter evenings. You can find it in various versions, with beans, speck or chickpeas.
Another typical recipe is Patào, ideal on cold winter evenings: it is a minestrone prepared with yellow flour and the addition of sauerkraut.
Delicious and tasty, the Osèi scampadi are small rolls of meat that are cooked with lard and sage.
Strangolapreti are green dumplings made from bread, milk, eggs and cooked vegetables, generally spinach, but there may be other variations. Simple and delicate, they are served with butter and sage.
This specialty is a sauce based on beans, lucanica, onion and tomato sauce to which bay leaf is added. This dish can be accompanied with polenta or boiled potatoes.
It is a poor dish of the Trentino tradition, created to recover meat waste: it is a stew with offal of heart, liver and lungs, to which sweetbreads are often added. It is served with polenta and vegetables.
Strudel di mele
The apple is certainly one of the typical fruits of Trentino and is used to make many recipes, both savory and sweet, including the famous strudel, a dessert prepared with puff pastry, apples and raisins.
Torta de fregoloti
This tasty and hearty dessert has a very simple recipe, based on butter, flour, walnuts and almonds.
Typical of the Christmas period is zèlten, a sweet bread prepared with the addition of dried fruit and candied fruit
Succo di mela
To drink cold in summer or hot in winter, apple juice is a favorite drink for both adults and children.
It is a light beer, not too bitter, with a fruity aftertaste and with a light hop aroma.
It is a drink similar to milk, but slightly denser, which is obtained from the production of butter. It has a sour taste, similar to a yogurt. I recommend you try it, because in addition to being good it is very difficult to find outside Trentino.
Distillates of Genziana, Juniper, Imperatoria
These three grappas are very popular in Trentino and are excellent for ending a meal or for warming up in cold weather.
The area of the province of Trento boasts a long winemaking tradition with the production of red DOC wines and white DOC wines, among which we find Marzemino and Il Teroldego Rotaliano while the white DOC wines find the most characteristic grape in Nosiola.
DOC Lago di Caldaro o Caldaro (Kalteresee o Kalterer)
Where to eat in Trento city area
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- 2 stars
Trento – Ravina (TN) – Locanda Margon
- 1 star
Cavalese (TN) – El Molin
Madonna Di Campiglio (TN) – Dolomieu
Madonna Di Campiglio (TN) – Il Gallo Cedrone
Madonna Di Campiglio (TN) – Stube Hermitage – NEW !
Moena (TN) – 1 stella Michelin – Malga Panna
Vigo Di Fassa – Tamion (TN) – ‘L Chimpl
Slow Food Restaurants & Taverns
Locanda Delle Tre ChiaviIsera (Tn)
Boivin Levico Terme (Tn)
Osteria Storica Morelli Pergine Valsugana (Tn)
Cant Del Gal Primiero San Martino Di Castrozza (Tn)
Nerina Romeno (Tn)
YOUR FREE EXTRA-GOLF TIME IN TRENTO CITY AREA
WORTH A TRIP !!
- TRENTO – Ciclo dei Mesi nel Castello del Buonconsiglio
“Ciclo Dei Mesi” is a group of frescoes located in Trento, in the Torre dell’Aquila in the Castello del Buonconsiglio, attributed to the master Venceslao. They date back to the end of the 14th century-beginning of the 15th and are the best example of international Gothic in Trentino and one of the most significant in northern Italy. Vikipedia
Tours & Activities
Food & Wine Tours
HOW TO REACH TRENTO
Verona – Valerio Catullo Airport
Search and book your best flight
Relax at the airport waiting for your flight
Search and book the best car rental offer
Search and book your best private flight
Claim compensation for your flight delay or cancellation
The comfort and relaxation of your private transport from / to the airport
If you use air flights always remember to check the size of the baggage on the airline’s website !!
!! Absolutely fundamental, always any trip you make, below I point out two opportunities !!
CALL TO ACTION
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