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Trentino is the Italian province with the highest concentration of lakes and bodies of water: 297 in total, each of them with its undeniable charm.
The lakes of Trentino boast an endless diversity and infinite color shades. From bodies of water on the valley floor to low-mountain and highland lakes, up to alpine lakes nestled among the mountains.
The most renowned ones are Lago di Toblino, Lake Garda, Lago di Tovel, Lago di Caldonazzo and Lago di Ledro.
The lakes of Trentino boast an endless diversity and infinite color shades. From bodies of water on the valley floor to low-mountain and highland lakes, up to alpine lakes nestled among the mountains.
The most renowned ones are Lago di Toblino, Lake Garda, Lago di Tovel, Lago di Caldonazzo and Lago di Ledro.
In these days the piano festival Kawai is taking place, precisely in Ledro, bringing to its lakeshore the greatest international piano talents.
If you are willing to live an adventurous experience embedded in history, Forte delle Benne, in Levico Terme, is the place for you. Here an Escape Room is put on every weekend.
It is a team game. The objective of the mission, set during World War One, is to escape from the fort, in which the enemy is keeping you locked up. You’ll find yourself in a setting planned in minute detail, full of enigmas, quizzes and riddles that only the best players will be able to solve.
Talking of history, you cannot miss the Medieval re-enactments in Castel Beseno. The sixteenth-century battlefields’ atmosphere is reconstructed in great detail, with tents, soldiers, weapons, banners, clothing and tools that recreate the everyday life of those times and the atmosphere around sieges and battles. The reenactments are scheduled for every weekend of August, from 11 am to 5 pm, in Castel Beseno.
Let’s finish this episode with two musical appointments.
The Mandrea Music Festival, in Mandrea, near Arco, a breathtaking location hosting the best of world-class Reggae and electronic music; and the Levico Terme Blues Festival, taking place in the local church yard, where concerts will lead the audience on a journey from the origins of Blues rhythms to contemporary times.
That’s all for today. You’ll hear again from us next week with Save the Date.