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Trento is an airy and atmospheric city in the Dolomites that makes an attractive base for exploring the peaks and trails of northern Italy. It's an immediately appealing place with a spectacular mountain backdrop and enticing cobbled streets in its picturesque centre. Its historic heyday was in the 16th century when it hosted the Council of Trent religious summit. Trento's modern character is part Italian and part Austrian, having been part of the Hapsburg Empire until 1919. Online accommodation site Hotels.com has used its expertise to find great Trento hotels in all budget categories. Use the quick and easy Hotels.com booking system to secure your Trento accommodation in advance and look forward to a refreshing break in the mountains.

What's Trento Like?

Trento offers many signs of its past historic importance in the Romanesque cathedral that was the location for the Council of Trent. Built above a 6th-century temple, it's an evocative place, with colonnaded stairways and medieval frescoes. Trento's modern architectural highlight is a striking 21st-century building by Renzo Piano housing the MUSE science museum that focuses on sustainability and biodiversity. The contemporary art museum housed in the Palazzo delle Albere features a collection of 19th and 20th-century works by artists of the region, and more frescoes. The outdoors is one of the major attractions of the area and Trento is blessed with a spectacular cable-car ride from the city up to the mountain village of Sardagna on Monte Bondone. There is an extensive network of dedicated cycle paths for exploring the region, although some of the routes can be challenging. With ski slopes nearby, Trento hotels are a popular option for winter sports enthusiasts.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Trento

Having a few Italian phrases to hand is useful in Trento, a resort unused to large numbers of English-speaking visitors. The Trento card is an economical purchase, offering entry to all the museums and attractions, unlimited use of public transport and even a free wine-tasting. Cards have a duration of 48 hours, but can be extended. Trento cuisine combines Italian and Austrian influences, so expect to find menus that feature speck and apple strudel alongside spinach gnocchi and local grappa. Trento also features a choice of Germanic beer-cellars or Italian wine bars serving the excellent local whites and sparkling wines. Use the Hotels.com site to discover what to expect from Trento accommodation. Our site features candid assessments from past guests, informative photo galleries and maps indicating the main attractions, providing a clear picture of the amenities available in Trento hotels.