Once host to the Council of Trent, this dimly lit Romanesque cathedral displays fragments of medieval frescoes inside its transepts. Two...
Fontana di Nettuno
In the centre of Piazza del Duomo is the Fontana di Nettuno, a splashing 18th-century fountain dedicated to the trident-wielding Neptune.
Museo Diocesano Tridentino
Sitting across the square from the duomo , this former bishop's residence dates from the 11th century. It now houses one of Italy's most...
Ai Tre Garofani
While the low-beamed ceiling and deep drapery give a traditional vibe, the staff here deliver a dining experience full of new ideas and...
Lonely Planet review
A long, cavernous restaurant with waiters in waistcoats, and delicately folded napkins, Patelli still feels like the kind of place where you can wear Umbro shorts and get away with it. Traditional trattoria fare includes a memorably fresh gnocchi with chestnuts and pistachios accompanied by fruity red wines.