For Trentino, safety comes first.

In this section, you can learn more about all the measures put in place by our operators and tourist service providers to protect you and your loved ones.

Art and Culture

Castles, museums and forts from World War One: something new to learn every day

ATTENTION: The opening of cultural and tourist sites, access to them, to public transport and to the services described in these pages is governed by the containment measures put in place by the government authorities and the Autonomous Province of Trento to deal with the COVID-19 health emergency. The rules may vary over time and provide for the application of different security measures — from closure, to social distancing, to the mandatory use of personal protective equipment such as gloves and masks. We therefore ask you to consult the section Travelling safely on this website and to contact the managers directly for updated information on how to gain access.

In the morning, see the broad valleys spread out below the castle tower; in the afternoon, take a trip to the museum; and in the evening, dine in a typical hamlet, savouring the dishes that tell our story. The magic of Trentino is that everything is within reach, so that you can devise a different itinerary every day based on what you love, the interests that make you who you are.

 

Before travelling, please contact the museum to check that it is open and for details of how to book – reservations are always advised. In the meantime, we have some intriguing ideas to surprise you with, to help you get to know the art and culture of Trentino. Take a stroll among our historic city centres, beautiful villages and natural wonders.