Trento is the heart of the Alps, able to amaze you for its cultural and naturalistic variety, to live in all seasons. Whether you want to have fun in one of the many ski resorts, walk along the thousands of mountain paths or relax at the spa, Trento offers many alternatives: the Val di Non, the Val di Fiemme and the Val di Fassa will let you discover breathtaking landscapes, the urban trekking routes designed to combine sport, art and taste will take you to discover the city, while the many places will let you try the typical Trentino cuisine and spend evenings of folklore and fun. Then take a few hours to visit the beautiful Piazza Duomo and the museums that crowd the city, ready to offer you new exhibitions and events.
If you are looking for comfort and quality at an advantageous price, the B&B Hotel Trento is the ideal solution! Located 10 minutes from the city center, the B&B Hotel Trento is located in the heart of the Business Center, near the Interbrennero, an important business hub, ideal hotel for business trips. If you want to discover the city, bus 15 will allow you to easily reach all the major attractions of Trento, while inside the B&B Hotel Trento offers you super fast free WIFI and free Sky TV in all rooms.
A city "that divides Italy from Germany, but that looks at us with its great Italian eyes" (Heinrich Heine), Trento has always fascinated its visitors, with its multifaceted culture and full of many traditions, first of all the Hapsburg ones. Trento was built in Roman times along the Adige river and owes its name to the Latin Tridentum, or trident, for the particular arrangement that assume the three mountains that surround it. If you are looking for fascinating and evocative places you can not miss Castel Beseno, which dominates the Val di Non, and the town of Riva del Garda, with its fortress that reflects on the lake of the same name. The towns of Rovereto, Cavalese, Canazei and Pinzolo are also rich in culture and liveliness.
Trento is a city to be discovered: a jewel of the Alps, you can walk through the Piazza del Duomo and admire the beautiful frescoed palaces, such as Casa Cazuffi-Rella, the Cathedral dedicated to San Vigilio, which hosted all the sessions of the Council of Trento from 1545 to 1563, and the eighteenth-century Fountain of Neptune. Not to be missed is the Castello del Buonconsiglio, an Episcopal residence from the 13th to the 18th century that now houses several museums. If you want to play sports, you can go to Madonna di Campiglio or San Martino di Castrozza and enjoy the longest ski circuit in Italy. Or explore the Stelvio National Park or the northern tip of Lake Garda, returning to relax in the B&B Hotel Trento!
If you love fairytales you can't miss the castles of the province of Trento: Castello di Stenico, Castel Thun, Castel Caldes and Castel Beseno await you immersed in the green of the Trentino valleys. Those with a sweet tooth, on the other hand, can follow the Wine Roads and the typical Apple Road, which crosses the Val di Non as far as the Val di Sole, to taste typical products and excellent local wines. Art lovers will be spoilt for choice: from the various locations of the provincial museum complex, to the Piedicastello Galleries, from the War History Museum to the Air Force Museum, passing through the Diocesan Museum of Tridentino and the Mart.
Trento is full of life and young people: you can choose from numerous cultural events, exhibitions, vernissages and aperitifs. The calendar is always full of events, starting with the "Feste vigiliane" from 22 to 26 June, with the Battle for the conquest of the Polenta and the Palio dell'Oca on the waters of the Adige river. Traditional Christmas appointment is the historic Christmas Market, with hundreds of stalls that animate the old town and attract thousands of tourists. In spring there is also the Trento Film Festival della Montagna, which has documented the evolution of mountaineering through its many testimonies and initiatives. In summer don't miss the many folklore events that animate the region, including the Palio del Brenta in Borgo Valsugana, on the last Saturday of August.