Trentino-South Tyrol Homes For Sale

Trentino-South Tyrol (known as Trentino-Alto Adige) is made up of two autonomous provinces in Italy: Alto Adige and Trentino. Annexed by Italy in 1919, this northernmost region is bordered by Austria to the north, Lorbardy to the west, and Veneto along its eastern and southern boundaries.

Trentino-South Tyrol is characterized by its mountainous terrain and wild forests. A favorite among vacationers for its ski hills and vast lakes, one cannot help but fall in love with the area's stunning natural scenery.

A rather undiscovered region of Italy, Trentino-South Tyrol real estate has lots of potential for investors. From storybook villages to large cities, this region has it all. This is a great region for homebuyers looking for a winter ski chalet or a summer retreat by the water. Read more about Trentino-South Tyrol homes for sale.

Trentino-South Tyrol Real Estate in Italy

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Trentino-South Tyrol Homes For Sale

south-tyrolImagine living in your own private South Tyrol chalet in the mountains, or a waterfront villa overlooking Lake Garda. The sheer diversity in properties for sale makes this province an enticing market to invest. Apartments can be purchased for as little as €65.000.

Homebuyers can find everything from renovated apartments to small alpine hotels for sale in Trentino-South Tyrol.

Trentino-South Tyrol Highlights

Unlike the rest of Italy, Trentino-South Tyrol has a significant German-speaking population. As a result, you can expect to find Bavarian-esque features like Lederhosen and beer in abundance, especially in South Tyrol.

If you love to ski, consider the communities of Innichen, Gardena, or Badia Valley. Bolzano is South Tyrol's largest city, as well as its cultural and economical center.

In Trentino, Trento is the largest city and region's capital. Trento's role as a financial and educational hub makes it a popular place for students and working professionals alike. Neighboring Venice can be easily accessed via rail.

Capital: Trento

Regional Specialties: Erdäpfelblattlen (potato slices), Puzzone di Moena (cheese), Chardonnay (white wine), Pinot Noir (red wine), Ur-Paarl (bread), Rotari (sparkling wine).

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