Trento - Have a taste of the Renaissance
Location: In the district of Alto Adige in Northern Italy
Trento is the capital of Trentino, located in Northern Italy in the foothills of the Dolomite Mountains. To reach it by air, visitors should fly into the Verona airport and use train or car transport for the remainder of the journey. If traveling by car, use the A22-E45 motorway, which connects Trento to Verona, Bolzano and onwards to Innsbruck and Munich.
Business: A tourist-based economy with winemaking and more!
Much of the local economy here thrives off tourism as well as winemaking and high-quality agriculture. It is also a research area. The University of Trento calls the city home, and numerous institutes are located here as well, including the Italian-German Historical Institute. There are various hotels available, which can accommodate all business needs during your stay.
Culture: Renaissance city with deep roots
The culture of this area is defined by its Renaissance roots. When walking in the pedestrians-only centre, one can witness a variety of stunning displays from the hundreds of years Trento has been in existence. The Duomo, the many churches, and the endless piazzas all make up the beautiful and unique culture of the area. A visit to the 13th century Buonconsiglio Castle will leave a lasting impression. It features amazingly detailed frescos and numerous exhibits of the Museo Provinciale d‘Arte and the Museo Storico.
Activities: Bike rentals, walking tours, and wine country!
As a beautiful city, one of the best activities to be a part of is a walking tour. Likewise, bike rentals are a popular option for tourists who can enjoy all that this city has to offer with ease. During your stay, be sure to use the local bus network to see the surrounding mountains and the stunning wine country that inhabits this area.