Trento is the capital of the province of Trentino, in the region of Trentino-Alto Adige and has about 100,000 inhabitants. This city is located in the Adige Valley, which is a wide glacial valley. The main rivers in the province are the Fersina, the Avisio and the Adige River.
From the Trento Travel Guide
We stayed at Villa Bertagnolli for 2 nights recently, and we are pleased with our decision to book here. It is different from other hotels, but we really liked this difference. Historic rambling buildings surrounded by gardens. If you are looking for modern up-to-date accommodation, then this is not for you. ... more
European Road trip, Budget Help Needed!
Hey there, Planning a 4-5 week road trip across Europe with my partner. Here is a rough trip plan we have put together; ===Bruges (Belgium) 2 Day's Luxembourg City (Luxembourg) 1 Day Strasbourg (France) 2 Days Munich (Germany) 2 Days Trento (Italy) 1 Day Lake Garda (Italy) 3 Days ...
Trentino , how the province of Trento is also called, comprises an area of about 6200 square kilometres. Trento, which is a city with about 100000 inhabitants, is the capital of the region. It is situated 190 metres above sea level. This region is widely known for its mountains (the Dolomites as well ...
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Where We Stayed: Grand Hotel Trento
The Grand Hotel Trento is in a convenient location. A short walk through the park that is across the street gets you to the train station. You can reach the Duomo in 5-10 minutes on foot ...
Posted in Toddler Travels by amikulski
On Sunday the 7th we went to a church in Trento. It was a great service! For the worship time they had an electric and bass guitar. They played four or five songs, most of which I recognized the melody to. It was fairly similar to my church service back home, the only main difference ...
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