We had a fantastic family holiday in Trentino
Levico, Valsugana, and the Catena del Lagorai provide enjoyable fun, games, and activities for families vacationing in Trentino!
The beautiful lakes of Levico and Caldonazzo, the stunning Catena del Lagorai mountain range, picturesque valleys like Val dei Mocheni, and vibrant cities like Trento and Rovereto, along with numerous exciting places to visit, all combine to create an unforgettable family vacation in Trentino.
The Aeronautical Museum
The Gianni Caproni Aeronautical Museum is the oldest museum dedicated to aeronautics. It houses a remarkable collection of aircraft from around the world, as well as historical objects related to the industry that the Caproni family has gathered over the years. At the Caproni Museum, you can explore a permanent exhibition and various temporary exhibitions, in addition to experiencing flight simulations.
Admission is free with the Trentino Guest Card!
The Science Museum
The Trento MuSe Science Museum, which spans about 5.000 m², is a renowned cultural centre at the European level. By using the metaphor of a mountain, the route provides visitors with insights into life on Earth. Beginning at the top, the 'path of the senses' meanders through four floors.
Get discounted admission with the Trentino Guest Card!
The Pietra Viva Museum
The Pietra Viva Museum takes you on a fascinating journey back in time to the era of miners. It tells the story from the perspective of the Pallaoro twins, renowned gold prospectors who discovered Italy's largest gold deposit on Mont Blanc. Even your children can join in on an exciting treasure hunt with a guided tour.
The caves in Castello Tesino
Inside the caves of Castello Tesino, there are 400 mt of tunnels where stalactites and stalagmites have formed over thousands of years, creating captivating displays of shapes and colours.
Museum of Mine
The Grua va Hardömbl Mine-Museum is situated at an elevation of 1.700 mt along the trail that leads to Lake Erdemolo, approximately 5 km away from the heart of Palù del Fersina. Walking through these hand-carved tunnels feels like diving into the past.
Sog van Rindel: the wood industry has always been one of the main economic sectors in the Mocheni Valley. The Sog van Rindel sawmill in Venice operates solely due to the flow of the Fersina stream.
Arte Sella has been hosting works of art inspired by nature since 1986. The Val di Sella, a plateau situated at an altitude of 1.000 mt, is where this international contemporary art event is held. It takes place outdoors, amidst the meadows and forests. A place that can be enjoyed by people of all ages!
Explore the malghe, which are shepherd's huts nestled in the mountains, to gain insights into the animals and the cheesemakers' way of life. Additionally, indulge in sampling the diverse range of malga products.
A bike tour
Ride along the cycle paths and, if you go too far, return by train. For its guests, the Parc Hotel Du Lac provides several mountain bikes free of charge.
A trip to the lake
A day on the shore of Lake Levico, including an electric boat trip is fun for everyone!
Family excursions to the alpine pastures in the Lagorai chain. You can even adopt a cow and enjoy its milk products all year round.
At the “Filzerhof-Museum” in the Valle dei Mocheni, visitors discover the traditions and culture of the Mocheni, a people of Germanic origin who once settled on the left side of the valley of the same name and in the Upper Fersina Valley. Even today, the German language is well established in these places.