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Trento offers a wealth of architectural treasures and a rich historic legacy. The town is located in the Adige River Valley and, as such, also offers a wealth of natural beauty. It is a commercial, educational and political hub for the inhabitants of northern Italy. There is plenty to satisfy the inquiring mind as well as people that want adventure. From the Medieval and Renaissance Center to its modern conveniences and sporting facilities, this is a town that offers something for every age and interest. offers comfortable hotel accommodation in the area and Trento hotels can be selected and reserved on our website. Each listing is reviewed by former guests and offers a sample room photo to help make choosing the perfect Trento hotel a snap.

What's Trento Like?

The town of Trento is modern and cosmopolitan while offering a treasure chest of historically significant churches, museums and castles to explore, located in close proximity to Trento hotels. It is a popular town, but not on the mass tourism routes. However, it offers quite a few unique monuments and places of interest to explore. Italian Renaissance and Germanic architecture blend in many of the ancient buildings such as the Trento Cathedral, Piazza Duomo, Church of Santa Maria Maggiore and the Torre Civica. In the city center you can find the Trent Museum of Natural Sciences and stop to admire the Fountain of Neptune before heading out to view its mountain landscapes, which offers beautiful views and photo opportunities. The striking and stately Castello del Buonconsiglio features beautiful frescoes and the Alpine Botanical garden is a wonderful retreat for nature lovers and families with children.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Trento

Trento locals enjoy a high standard of education, housing, employment and medical care and the town is quite prosperous. The standard of education in the area is high, and tourism, agriculture and food (often wine and fruit products) are the main industries that employ many locals. Apples, chestnuts and asparagus are locally grown in the area, so don't forget to compliment your host when he serves these. Dinner at Trento hotels and restaurants will probably include a polenta dish or two. Likewise, locals enjoy mushrooms, and fresh trout fishing is a popular pastime. Locals are also health conscious and fitness oriented and enjoy sports, walking, hiking and cycling. Dress is usually smart, and cosmopolitan trends are followed. Manners, the family, and the church are all important in Italy, so always be respectful and aware while visiting. Italian people are passionate and sometimes flamboyant but can also be reserved and humble.