Hotel Lido

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Via Al Lago 1, Pieve di Ledro, Trento, 38060, Italy
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More about Trento


Torre Civica built around year 1000!Torre Civica built around year 1000!


Palazzo della  Regione, the PresidencePalazzo della Regione, the Presidence

Castello del Buonconsiglio, the courtyardCastello del Buonconsiglio, the courtyard

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Is Trento a good destination for a 77 yr old lady??

by parrott

Hi everybody, I want to travel with my mother to Trento in early August, partly to escape the heat, but also to allow her to enjoy the scenery of the mountains. Mom is 77 yrs old, very spry, but has recently experienced a difficulty with her hip, which makes walking up hills or stairs a bit uncomfortable, otherwise she could out walk me any day on flat terrain.

Any suggestions for things to see and do with my Mom? Your ideas would be greatly appreciated.

Many thanks, Diane

Re: Re: Is Trento a good destination for a 77 yr old lady??

by dnwitte

While there, why not take a trip to Bolzano? It's a very charming little town only an hour or so away, and again, the center is free of climbing and there are cable car possibilities into nearby mountains.

Re: Is Trento a good destination for a 77 yr old lady??

by meteorologist1

Trento is a small city, so there's not much walking to do compared to big cities like Rome. The city of Trento is pretty flat so there's not many hills. And yes, I also suggest taking a trip to Bolzano which is also pretty small. In Bolzano you could just stroll the streets, go to a couple of museums, and the Duomo.

Re: Is Trento a good destination for a 77 yr old lady??

by Maurizioago

Yes; Trento is a good place for everyone.

Write to me for other info if you like.


Re: Is Trento a good destination for a 77 yr old lady??

by ismarini

It actually can be eventhough its located in the Alps. How about planning a trip to Merano, a town with a lot of flair and personality... two different cultures meet and there is a variety of places to visit, from botanic gardens, castles, beautiful little towns in the region...

Alto Adige is ideal for long walks on a flat terrain especially in spring to see the apple blossom and autumn the harvest period.

Check out the website and maybe you decide to take your mum to a unique location.

Best regards

Re: Re: Is Trento a good destination for a 77 yr old lady??

by Maurizioago

From Trento you can do a daytrip to Bolzano and from there go to Merano also.

RE: Is Trento a good destination for a 77 yr old lady??

by kerryv

Probably too late now, but for general is usually extremely hot and humid in Trento in August, so maybe not the perfect place to come to escape the heat!

Travel Tips for Trento

Piazza Cesare Battisti, Fiore lunare


On Piazza Cesare Battisti the monument called Fiore lunare (moon flower) matches perfectly with the modern theater. It was built in from 1981 to 2002 to recall the memory of Marco Pola (1906-1991), poet from Trento. Please not that this is Marco Pola and not Marco Polo, who anyway lived in a completely different century!

The Dolomites

by iandsmith

Trento, in addition to be a great town, is also nestled in a valley of the Dolomites and it is possible to go skiing from here on both the eastern and western sides of the town.
The east also takes you to lago land as I call it, in particular Lago di Garda and all its attractions. The Dolomites are my favourite mountain range mainly because of the dramatic cliffs and more spectacular scenery that they offer over the alps as evidenced in this picture.
Two of the skifields look directly on to Trento though it takes a while to get there from the town itself.

Altar of the Council of Trent.

by hundwalder

Sorry about the quality of the photo, but it was very dark inside the chapel. Perhaps symbolic of the darkness initiated by the decree issued from this very spot 460 years ago. Nobody else was present at the time, and I found this an excellent opportunity to offer a prayer for peace, tolerance, and the acceptance of differences.

Ciao !

Piazza Duomo/Cathedral Square

by angiebabe

This is Trento's main square which was first laid out by the Romans as their central market place when the town was called Tridentum. This is commemorated by the 18th century fountain with the stature of Neptune holding his trident in the middle of the square.

The square is surrounded by arcades, shops and cafes with streets that lead to streets lined with impressively frescoed palaces, many from the 16th century when Trento was an important market town.

Also flanking the square is the Duomo, built in Romanesque style from the 13th century.

Chiesa San Francisco Saverio


Chiesa San Francisco Saverio stands in the perfect alignment of via Belenzani, opposite to Piazza Duomo, on via Roma.
It was built by the Jesuits between 1708 and 1711 following the theories of Andrea Pozzo, an architect from the city.

The elaborate architectural decorations of the interior (sorry, no photo!), made by Carlo Gaudenzio Mignocco, the nephew of Pozzo, are considered as one of the best expressions of baroque art in the city.


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