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Dolomiti Camping Village

via Gole 105 Dimaro, Trentino Alto-Adige / Südtirol
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Campeggio "Lago di Varna"

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Camping Lake "Vahrner See"

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Camping Levico e Jolly Localita Pleina, 5, I-38056 Levico Terme
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Residence Sägemuhle

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Kieferhain

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Camping Steiner Südtirol

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Camping La Héronnière

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Camping Hotel Lowenhof

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Camping Steiner

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Al Lago

Via Alzer, 7/0, I-38060 Pieve di Ledro
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Al Sole

I-38060, Molina di Ledro
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Punta Lago

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Steiner

Kennedy Strasse 32, I-39055 Laives
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Olympia

Camping 1, I-39034, Toblach
Toblach, Trentino-Alto Adige
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Lowenhof

Niederstätter family Brennerstrasse 60 Italy Hotel Lowenhof 39040 Vahrn / Brixen
Bressanone, Trentino-Alto Adige
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Camping Polsa

38060 - Polsa, Brentonico (TN)
Brentonico, Trentino-Alto Adige
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Camping Val di Sole

Loc. Dossi di Cavia - 38020 Pejo (TN)
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Get In and Around Trento

Trento is a bit of a posh town in the North East of Italy. The history made it a proud town, with a number of large manors outside town, where bishops used to come for holidays. Nowadays it is one of the most expensive towns in Italy, with the wealth from farming, wine, and high-tech. At Easter the fields around Trento are in bloom with apple blosoms.

Get in

A22 / E45 highway connects Trento to Verona to the South, Innsbruck and Bolzano to the North.

S47 highway connects Trento to Padua.

Get around

The best way to visit the city is by foot. The city center is closed off to traffic and small and pleasant to walk. The beautiful mountains surrounding trento can be reached easily using public transportation (the blue busses. The bus station is between the train station and the hostel).

The town centre is more or less an pedestrian area, and walking around the historic centre you can see a number of outdoor fresco's on historic buildings. In former days the river Adige flowed right outside the centre where now Torre Verde is.

Apart from the council of Trento, which gathered in Trento in the sixteenth century for many periods of several years, which dominates the town centre, there is one other noteworthy historical event, related to judaism. A little boy, named Simione, died about five hunderd years ago. The event was blamed on the jews, with stories of pagan rituals. Fictional scenes are depicted on two plaqettes on via Roma. Therefore all jewish men were killed, while women and childern were expelled. The jews put a ban on Trento in return. In the 1990's relations between Trento and the jewish community improved when the Trentini stopped (officially) honouring Simione as a martyr, and the ban was lifted. A plaquette in a little alley off via Roma commemorate this occasion.


Modified: 2006-12-04 13:13:58+01
Source: http://wikitravel.org/en/Trento

 


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