Hotel Sporting Trento

Via R da Sanseverino 125, Trento, Trentino-Alto Adige, 38100, Italy
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looking out over Trentolooking out over Trento

Borrowed from Agritur Val d'AdigeBorrowed from Agritur Val d'Adige

Palazzo della  Regione, the PresidencePalazzo della Regione, the Presidence

Castello del Buonconsiglio, the highest galleryCastello del Buonconsiglio, the highest gallery

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It would be gr8 if one could tell me places worth visit

by andrew_ram

I searched on few sites for places worth visit in and near Trento but i'm not satisfied with the informations yet.It would be gr8 if someone very familiar with the place in and around italy could give me more details.How far is milan from trento.Actually i'll be visiting as a student,so i would like to save money as much as possible. Please guide.

RE: It would be gr8 if one could tell me places worth visit

by hivaoa1

do you like snowboarding or skiing?if so, u can take the little train up to Male and head to Marilleva. From Marilleva u can ski/snowboard to Andalo, Madonna di Campiglio (I love it there!)

or are u more interested in visiting a town? I really like Bolzano/Bozen, it's pretty close to Trento and the Austrian border.

RE: It would be gr8 if one could tell me places worth visit

by tegniz

I agree with giampiero! To go to Milan it tooks 4/5 hours of train and 40 euros, more or less! If you like skying and you are a student DON'T go to Madonna di Campiglio, it is very beautiful (it is true but also very expansive...it is the most expensive skying station of all the alps! I think that for you the best place to go for skying is Paganella, it is a mountain near Andalo e Molveno, which are quite good skying stations. There are many buses from trento to get there. And then also Monte Bondone, is a small skying station but quite good for us (students).
If you don't mind skying, there is the beautiful garda lake to visit...have a look on internet at the sites of Malcesine, Riva del Garda, Limone sul Garda...there are beautiful landscapes. Also Monte Balso is quite good for a walk ride.
Then, as giampiero said, Verona is one of the most intresting cities of nordern italy, I think. Just one hour of train and 16 euros a/r. And then Venice is quite near trento, just 2,5 hours of train and 10 euros a/r. Have a look at www.trenitalia.com
And then Bolzano is also quite good to visit.
For the night life trento is not such a enjoying city, but all aroud there are some nice pubs and discos: i don't know which kind of night entertainement you like, if you want I know very well the zone, ask me what you want.
CIAO

Travel Tips for Trento

S. Marco Park.

by Maurizioago

This park belonged to the monastery of Saint Marco and was also used as an orchard. It was rebuilt between 2001 and 2002.

Here you can see various kinds of roses, lots of trees and plants and a small maze.

You can enter the park from via San Marco; not far from the castle.

It's a bird, it's a plane, no, it's a monument

by iandsmith

At certain places in Trento, there, perched high in the sky, is a round building. A significant structure in terms of its position let alone its style it is a monument to the fallen of World War II.

Toblino Castle

by sandysmith

We passed Toblino Castle on the way into Trento and what a beautiful romantic seting is has, being situated around the Lake of Toblino. The castle is a rare example in Trentino of a lake fortification. Today it has been partly converted into a restaurant.

Palazzo Alberti Colico

by sandysmith

Indeed this whole street Via Belenzani - the main street in the old town - has many fine palazzos, many of which are adorned with frescoes. its a beautiful street to walk along as you make your way to the Duomo. Another especially fine Palazzo is that of Alberti Colico the family that owned it from 1657 for almost 2 centurie. It has had many modifications and was formely 2 houses.

Palazzo Geremia, the patio

by JLBG

The first photo shows the house standing on the other side of the patio. It hosts temporary shows of paintings or of sculptures.

The second photo shows the main part of the Palace. It is the rear of what can be seen from the street, with the frescoes. The patio is narrow and even with wide-angle lens, it is not possible to have a photo of the whole. I have put together two photos, which gives an idea of its look, even if it is not technically perfectly done.

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