Culture calling

Embark on a captivating journey through art, history and traditions

Simple alpine style, yet a workshop of innovation?  Perhaps that’s how we could describe Trentino. A region strongly rooted in its traditions but with doors wide open to the world.

So there you have it, in between a hike on the Dolomites and a walk through the woods, you can visit a museum of international profile, discover architectural wonders or stumble upon unusual forms of art, evolved from raw materials into en-plein-air sculptures in perfect harmony with nature. To experience in full a cultural break in Trentino, scroll down this list of must-see places you cannot miss.

Mart Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art


One of the most important museums in Italy dedicated to modern and contemporary art, Mart boasts a collection of more than twenty-two thousand pieces, from the end of XIX century to present time. Don’t miss the permanent exhibition and several temporary shows! 

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Val di Fiemme

One of the highest parks and art exhibition in the world, RespirArt is set at altitudes stretching form 2,000m to 2,200m in the Dolomiti area of Val di Fiemme. The art installations, some created by internationally acclaimed artists like Hidetoshi Nasasawa, can be appreciated also along the ski slope Agnello and from the chairlift. 

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San Romedio Sanctuary

Val di Non

You can reach this unique place walking through mesmerising forests and climbing a 131 steps. Surrounded by an overwhelming natural scenery, the sanctuary consists of 5 small overlaid churches built on a spur of rock.

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MUSE - Science Museum


From the outside, you recognise it by its spectacular design by stellar architect Renzo Piano. When you go inside, you are struck by the innovative approach that makes discovering natural science an exciting and captivating experience. Before you leave, you absolutely have to stop for a while in the emerald green meadow, just a few steps from the river.

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Ledro Land Art

Ledro Land Art is an artistic journey started in 2012. The artists invited to produce an artwork have grappled with the territory's environmental and historical specificities by preparing a rich catalogue of solutions made of sustainable materials. The result is a series of artworks exclusively designed for the place in which they are found.


Trentino Guest Card

Did you know that if you spend at least two nights in one of the participating hotels you will be offered the Trentino Guest Card free of charge? It grants you free access to museums, castles, public transport and visits to local food and wine producers and wine cellars, where you can partake in tasting events and get discounts on your purchases.

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