The province of Trentino is part of the Trentino - Alto Adige region in Italy. It is formed out of 217 comuni and its capital is the city of Trento. The territory is mainly characterized by mountains and valleys, making the area a stunning place to visit. The famous Segonzano Pyramids are found here, the spectacular Nardis Cascades in Val di Genova are an important touristic destination and magnificent valleys such as Val di Fassa, Val di Fiemme and Val di Non are also part of Trento's charm.
Trento lies just South of the Alps, in a wide valley called the Adige Valley. The valley itself it surrounded by mountains that make the scenery simply breathtaking.
Although Trento is not one of the main tourist filled Italian cities, it still is visited for its monuments and beautiful architecture. The small city centre and many buildings were actually restored to as they looked like originally, making the Renaissance and German influences visible and also, giving the city a special charm.
You can admire parts of the original medieval walls in Piazza Fiera, walls that have once encircled the whole city to protect it from enemy invasions.