The Adige: from the mountains to the sea: Part 2

Published on:  | Last updated: 31 March 2017

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The route is pretty flat from here. Riding past the vineyards of the Valle dell’Adige. Don’t be tempted to bypass Bozen and Trento - both are worth a bit of time to have a look around.

From Trento you have the option of continuing on the Via Claudia Augusta towards Feltre, Treviso and Venezia.

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Places to stay

The best budget option in trento is the Ostello Giovane Europa. The nearest campsites are at the Lago di Caldonazzo. There’s also a hostel at Rovereto (Ostello di Rovereto).

If you’re planning to stay in a hotel it might be worth booking ahead: when I passed though in 2011 every­where was booked and the only place the Tourist Office could find for me was an agrit­urismo a way out of town.

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Trains

The main rail line runs through the valley so you will never be far from a train station.

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