Live streaming HD webcam of Torbole, Trentino, Lake Garda, Italy.
Under a bright blue sky lie Italian land area Trentino – Alto Adige (Trentino-Alto Adige). Untouched nature and beautiful city, excellent infrastructure, including for mountain activities, make this area extremely attractive for tourists from all over the world.
The region is divided into two areas: the Italian-speaking Trentino (from the name of the main city of Trento) and Alto Adige, or South Tyrol, where the main language is German. These areas differ not only in language but also in cultural terms. But the life of all towns and villages in the area takes place against the backdrop of the majestic Dolomites, and is determined by them.
Region of Trentino-Alto Adige is bordered by Austria and Switzerland, and administratively divided into two historical and cultural area. Trentino is a traditional Italian province, its capital – Trento. Alto Adige is located in the northern part of the region (the capital of Bolzano).
Historically, the Alto Adige is another name for Südtirol – Alto Adige. The majority of the inhabitants of this province uses the native language – German – and jealously guards its status, privileges and traditions. Province was transferred to Italy after World War I as a result of Saint-Germain Peace Treaty