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Capital of the Trentino-Alto Adige Region, the elegant city of Trento, already inhabited in pre-Roman ages by the Reti community, takes its name from “Tridentum” because of the three hills (“teeth”) surrounding it.

Conquered by the Romans in the 1st century BC, it became Municipium so a city linked to Rome, due to its strategic position in the communication axis between north and south through the Via Claudia Augusta.

From the 4th century AD ,it became an episcopal chair. The third bishop of Trent, Vigilius, was the first great leader of the Tridentine Church and was martyred in 405 AD, later becoming the saint patron of the city and the object of veneration throughout the region.

San Vigilio is celebrated on June 26th, after several days of festivities that involve the entire city, including shows and events, during what we call the Vigilian Feasts.

From 1027 to 1803, Trento was an Episcopal Principality within the Holy Roman Empire. In the mid-sixteenth century, the city was the seat of the Council of Trent, chosen as a geographical and cultural crossroads between the Italian and German areas. After about 100 years in the County of Tirolo, Trento was definitively annexed to Italy in 1919.

Universitarian city, Trento is located in the heart of a territory with a high tourist and cultural vocation, surrounded by splendid natural landscapes, home to museums of international importance such as the MUSE and the MART, and embraced by the Dolomites – UNESCO World Heritage.

10 monuments and museums to visit in Trento
1. Buonconsiglio Castle
It is one of the largest monumental structures in Trentino. From the 13th to the 18th century, it is the residence of the prince-bishops of Trento. It is composed of a series of buildings from different periods, including the Torre Aquila with the famous “Ciclo dei Mesi”, one of the most important profane pictorial cycles of the Middle Ages.
2. San Vigilio Cathedral
The Cathedral of Trento, built in the XIIIth century in Romanesque style on the remains of an early Christian basilica, dominates the surrounding square of the same name and reaches its maximum splendor in the evening, illuminated at sunset. Most of the bishops of Trento are buried there.
3. Duomo Square and the Neptune Fountain
Piazza Duomo is the heart of the city. It is surrounded by small typical of the Trentino architecture buildings , such as the picturesque Cazzuffi-Rella frescoed houses and the thirteenth-century Palazzo Pretorio, enclosed between the Civic tower and the so-called Castelletto. Neptune and its trident, in the center of the square, represents the symbol of Trento.
4. Underground archaeological area of ​​the Sas (S.A.S.S.)
Archaeological area of ​​ancient Tridentum, you will find 1,700 square meters of the Roman city in a fascinating and evocative setting. This is the result of archaeological excavations carried out at the end of the last century. The large area consists of public and private spaces and buildings, including a domus, a large segment of paved street and two large mosaics.
5. Palazzo delle Albere and MART
Palazzo delle Albere, meaning Trees Palace, is a 16th century villa-fortress built by the bishop princes Madruzzo. Decorated by numerous Renaissance frescoes, it houses the permanent collections of 19th century art of the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art of Trento and Rovereto (MART), as well as various temporary exhibitions by nineteenth-century artists.
6. Fiera Square
Every year, the famous Christmas markets take place there. It presents the last remaining part of the ancient thirteenth-century walls that surrounded the city. On the western side of the square, there is the Torrione, dating from the 16th century, where a guardhouse was placed, which guarded the southern entrance of the city (Porta Santa Croce, now demolished).
7. Mausoleum of Cesare Battisti on Doss Trento
On the hill (308 m) that rises on the right bank of the Adige you can find the Mausoleum dedicated to Cesare Battisti: 16 marble columns of 14 meters high on a circular base. The Doss Trento also houses the Museo degli Alpini. Next to it, there are the remains of an ancient early Christian church from the 4th century.
8. Historic buildings
There are numerous historic buildings to be seen in Trento, including Palazzo Thun (seat of the Municipality), Palazzo Roccabruna (headquarters of the Provincial Wine Shop that hosts exhibitions and tastings of typical local wines), Palazzo Pretorio (until the mid-13th century Episcopal residence, today it houses the Tridentine Diocesan Museum).
9. Santa Maria Maggiore, San Pietro and Sant’Apollinare Churches
The city boasts numerous churches, with architecture ranging from the Romanesque period to the modern era. Among these: Santa Maria Maggiore, from the 16th century, is in Renaissance style with Gothic reminiscences. San Pietro (XIIth century) has a nineteenth-century neo-Gothic facade. Sant’Apollinare dates back to the 13th century and is located in the ancient village of Piedicastello.
10. MUSE and Le Albere area
MUSE is the Science Museum of Trento. Opened in 2013, the permanent exhibition is dedicated to science, nature, biodiversity and technology, alongside numerous temporary exhibitions. It is located in the innovative district of Le Albere, and like this one was designed by the famous Italian architect Renzo Piano.

1. Visit the MUSE science museum.
A must in Trento for families with children. MUSE offers to the smallest innovative spaces and micro-activities, workshops and animated visits. About 2,5 hours or so of exploration and discovery with your children!
2. Bike tour.
Bike is the ideal transportation way to discover the historic city center streets. There are numerous cycle paths along the Adige river allowing you to lose yourself among vineyards, wineries and apple orchards. For the more sporty, the Paganella offers over 400 km of mountain bike trails in the heart of the Dolomites.
3. Food and Wine Experiences
Trentino is a region known for its excellent food and wine products. In the city, you will find numerous tyèical trattorias to taste canederli, potato tortel and treccia mochena, a typical cake. We highly suggest to visit The Enoteca Provinciale at Palazzo Roccabruna for an excellent glass of Trentodoc and an apple juice for children!
4. Sports activities on Monte Bondone and on the Paganella plateau
The mountains near Trento, reachable in only 20 minutes from the city, offer fantastic opportunities both in summer and winter for relaxing walks in the nature, days on the snow with ski and snowboard slopes or to discover the evocative Botanical Garden of Viote, one of the oldest and largest in the Alps.
5. Discover the Lakes Valley

A dozen enchanting ponds and vineyards offering unique aromas and flavors, beautiful medieval villages and castles. All this is the Valle dei Laghi, just 20 minutes on the west of Trento.”
6. Trento from above
If you don’t suffer from vertigo and wish to see Trento from a privileged point of view, you can not miss the experience of the funicular railway that in just 4 minutes connects the city center with Sardagna on Monte Bondone. From an altitude of 600 meters, you can enjoy the extraordinary panoramic view of the Adige Valley and the city.


Historic center – the living heart of the city
Lose yourself in the elegant Via Belenzani, the colorful Via di San Pietro or in the shopping streets, Via Oss Mazzurana and Via Manci, and then enjoy a Hugo cocktail in the lovely Piazzetta Pasi.

Le Albere Area – when the Past is projecting itself into the Future.
Ambitious environmental redevelopment of the former Michelin factory, signed by the architect Renzo Piano. It is composed of houses, offices, shops. It is a total of 28 thousand square meters of boulevards, squares and canals and five hectares of park. It also houses the Central University Library (BUC) and the MUSE.

Piedicastello Area – Beyond the river among the trees
Charming village at the foot of Doss Trento, Piedicastello was a town outside the city, composed of boatmen, fishermen, innkeepers and laundresses. Visit the homonymous galleries: once crossed by the city’s ring road, today they host an exhibition space of the Historical Museum of Trentino.


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