Trento

Located in northern Italy’s mountainous Trentino-Alto Adige region, Trento is known for its architectural and historical gems, including Buonconsiglio Castle and Trento Cathedral. It’s also popular among hikers after a passport to the lofty Brenta Dolomites.

Museo Diocesano Tridentino

The Tridentine Diocesan Museum is located right downtown in Trento, close to the San Vigilio Cathedral, in the Palazzo Pretorio, which was in the Upper Middle Ages residence to the Prince-Bishops of Trento. Established in 1903 to house Diocese's artistic heritage, the Museum also hosts the early Christian basilica of San Vigilio, as well as the archeological artefacts dug out from the Cathedral...

Giardino Botanico Alpino Viote di Monte Bondone

The Viote alpine botanic garden is one of the oldest and largest in the Alps, our collection includes about 2000 species of high altitude plants, many which are at risk of extinction, representing every alpine mountain region around the world. An extreme environment, fragile and unique, that includes lakes, bogs, wild flower meadows and forests. Listening to this story tell us about ourselves,...

MUSE – Science Museum

The MUSE is located south of the historic Palazzo delle Albere in the new city district Le Albere, which was planned by the architect Renzo Piano. It stretches over 6 floors with a length of 130 m each, the entire area is about 12,600 m². In the museum science and technology show the interaction of humans and the environment. The MUSE especially invites young, children and families to a...

Castello del Buonconsiglio Monumenti e Collezioni Provinciali

The Buonconsiglio Castle is the largest and most important monumental complex of the Trentino Alto Adige region. It was the residence of the prince-bishops of Trento from the 13th century to the end of the 18th century, and is composed of a series of buildings of different eras, enclosed by walls and positioned slightly higher than the city. Castelvecchio is the oldest nucleus, dominated by an...

Cattedrale di San Vigilio

The Early Christian basilica of Saint Vigilius was built outside the city walls presumably around the end of the fourth century. The structure’s original purpose was as a burial place for the missionaries in Anaunia Sisinius, Martyrius, and Alexander, murdered in the Val di Non by pagans on 29 May 397. Alongside the martyrs Vigilius, the third bishop and the patron saint of Trent was also...