The city of Trento offers a large number of activities that any visitor can do throughout the year.
In the summer you can rent a bicycle and enjoys a tour in the city, or visit the neighboring communes on the Trento Male and Trento Bassano di Grappa. If you want something more relaxing you can just sit in an outdoor café and enjoy a relaxing conversation and a coffee.
If you arrange your trip in winter do take advantage of the ski resorts. The hills can be reached by the bus and the mountains offer spectacular views and excellent ski paths.
Though, the thing that receives the centre of attention is the local wine. There are several wine bars that will serve local wine, cheese and ham platters. The local food also is excellent, like in any other Italian city, just unique.
Trento is a destination that can offer many activities for every visitor. Be sure, that in any month you choose to go, even in the winter, you will find many things to do and you will sure enjoy the landscape. This is a historic city and you will have the opportunity to explore and find new things every second of the day.
How to get there:
If you are travelling by car be sure to take the A22 and E45 motorway that connects Trento to Verona to the south, Innsbruck via Bolzano to the North and the SS47 motorway connects Trento to Padova.
If you choose to take the train, select the main train line between Italy-Austria-Germany. You can also choose the train from Verona which is between 50 to 80 minutes trip, or from Venice and Padova. Other schedules include trains from Munich, Innsbruck and Bolzano.
What to see:
Visit the Church of Sant'Apollinare
that was built in the 13th century at the feet of the Doss Trento hill and go to the Church of San Lorenzo.
Walk the Torre Verde, an area along the former transit path of the Adige River that is said to be where persons executed in the name of the Prince-Bishop were deposited in the river.
Visit the Palazzo delle Albere
, a Renaissance villa next to the Adige River that was built around 1550 by the Madruzzo family and now includes a modern art museum and walk down to the Palazzo Pretorio
, built in the 12th century, with a bell tower (Torre Civica
of the 13th century) that now hosts a collection of baroque paintings of religious themes.
View the Renaissance exterior and Gothic interiors of Palazzo Geremia and visit the aeronautical museum (Museo dell'Aeronautica Gianni Caproni) that is located near Trento Airport.
Finally see the Alpine Botanical Garden located on Monte Bondone in Le Viote and was found in 1938 and have the chance to relax at the Mountain Film Festival that takes place in the beautiful Trento.
Visit the antique shops to buy local traditional handicraft and other products.
Try the famous local wine and the cheese platters.
Choose to go in the Easter so you can see the spectacular view of fresh apple blossoms