Trento in a Few Hours
Trento in a Few Hours? No problem! :)
If you are lucky enough to have a chance to spend a few hours in this quiet town full of hidden treasures, you will be able to see them all, but also to enjoy and admire its unique peace and beauty.
The city center is small, so you can finish your walking tour quite quickly, and then spend time enjoying its cafes, shops and parks nearby.
1. La Piazza del Duomo
2. La Fontana del Nettuno
3. La Cattedrale di San Vigilio
4. Il Palazzo Pretorio
5. Il Museo Diocesano
6. Le Case Cazuffi Rella
7. Il Palazzo Municipale or Il Palazzo Thun
8. La Casa Geremia
9. La Chiesa di san Francesco Saverio
10. Il Castello del Buonconsiglio
11. La Torre Verde
12. La Torre Vanga
13. La Chiesa di Santa Maria Maggiore
14. La Statua di Dante Alighieri
15. Il Mausoleo di Cesare Battisti
We will start our route from La Piazza del Duomo (Cathedral Square), in the heart of Trento, which is one of the main squares, and the city's political, religious, and social center.
In the center of the square, there is the magnificent Fontana del Nettuno (Fountain of Neptune), stunning and fairly massive, sculpted by Francesco Antonio Giongo in 1768.
La Cattedrale di San Vigilio or Il Duomo di Trento (The Cathedral of Saint Vigilius) is the main religious structure in the town constructed in the 11th century and then renovated several times over the years with many 14th century frescoes.
This is Romanesque-Baroque church, built over a pre-existing church from the 6th century devoted to Saint Vigilius, patron saint of the city. It was the seat of the Bishop of Trento until 1802. It has two staircases built into the walls and a large rose window with the Wheel of Fortune on the façade.