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.
Piazza del Duomo
Trento's heart is this busy yet intimate piazza, dominated, of course, by the duomo , but also host to the Fontana di Nettuno , a flashy...
Frescoes decorate the façades of two Renaissance houses, known as the Casa Cazuffi-Rella, on the piazza's northern side.
Scrigno del Duomo
Trento's culinary and social epicentre is discreetly housed in a building dating back to the 1200s. Take the stairs down to the formal...
Lonely Planet review
Once host to the Council of Trent, this dimly lit Romanesque cathedral displays fragments of medieval frescoes inside its transepts. Two colonnaded stairways flank the nave, leading, it seems, to heaven. Built over a 6th-century temple devoted to San Vigilio, patron saint of Trento, the foundations form part of a palaeo-Christian archaeological area (10am-noon & 2.30-5.30pm Mon-Sat, admission €1.50 or included with Museo Diocesano entrance).