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.

Things to see

Some tips for lovers of art and culture

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.

From the Council of Trent to the Great War, from the castles of the prince-bishops to the modern architecture of the Mart in Rovereto or the Muse in Trento. The history of Trentino goes beyond school books, it’s a heritage to be seen and felt. A story to be read one page at a time, from the mountain trails to the blooming valleys and to the cities rich in art and culture. Come along, we’ll tell you all about it!

The MUSE

Museums

Our world-class museums are waiting

Medieval places to visit in Trentino in the autumn - from September to November

Castles

Explore our mighty castles and forts

Forte Belvedere | © Foto Archivio Apt Alpe Cimbra

Great War

Discover its forts, battlefields and museums

Ecomuseums

Ecomuseums

Discover our ancient customs and traditions