Trentino-Alto Adige is a region capable of captivating with its dreamlike landscapes, typical products and artistic attractions: it does not lack anything, so much so that every year there are many tourists who choose it as a holiday destination.
To see Trentino-South Tyrol: a journey to discover its historical and artistic beauties , you can stay at the B&B Rifugio La Montanara in Molveno, in the province of Trento, where you will spend your holiday in a peaceful way, enjoying all the comforts.
Staying at the B&B Rifugio La Montanara in Molveno, one of the first places to visit is San Lorenzo in Banale, which has become one of the most beautiful villages in Italy. Born from the union of seven villas, you can still admire the plant composed of seven districts. Each of them has its own chapel, its own saint and its own traditions. To visit the Casa del Parco “C’era una volta”, an ancient building of the 700, then used as a peasant house of the past and especially the church of San Rocco and San Sebastiano of the ‘500 where you can admire the frescoes of artists of antiquity called Baschenis.
Proceeding in the visit of the cities of Trentino you can not fail to visit Molveno, which is distinguished by the many tourist attractions, first of all, there are the Fortresses of Napoleon. Built for defensive purposes, they consist of four forts in masonry and a rock cave used as a trench.
Dating back to the sixteenth century absolutely not to be missed is the Ancient Venetian Sawmill, which operates using water, which was built by the same local population in order to improve the economic conditions of the country. Also in Molveno you can not miss a visit to the Ichthyogenic Center, aimed at protecting and reproducing the Arctic char.
Not to be missed is the city of Trento. As soon as you arrive, you will be stunned by the majesty of the Cattedrale di San Virgilio, commissioned by Bishop Federico Vanga. Inside it features a Romanesque style, it is here that the decrees of the Concilio di Trento were promulgated. The most important element of the cathedral is the rose window known as the “wheel of fortune”, a motif widely used in medieval art.
One of the most important buildings of the city is the Castello del Buonconsiglio, made up of high walls which, together with other buildings such as Castel Beseno and Castel Stenico, represents a museum that preserves sculptures, paintings and artefacts ranging from 11,000 BC to 1800 AD.