How to reach us

The worshop will take place at the Department of Sociology and Social Research of the University of Trento (via Verdi, 26) located in the city centre, close to the Cathedral (Piazza Duomo) and 10 minutes walk from the railway station.

MAP Department of Sociology and Social Research

About Trento

  Piazza Duomo

Trento is a beautiful city in the heart of the Dolomites, near Lake Garda. The center has a strong Renaissance character with many beautiful frescoed buildings, some built to accommodate delegates to the Council of Trent (1545-1563). The Trento surroundings offer beautiful naturalistic tracks in high mountains, with many lakes and ancient castles.

Worth a visit Castello del Buonconsiglio. This castle is a "must see" attraction as it represents the main monument of the city. Duomo. The Duomo of Trento, also known as Saint Vigilius Cathedral, is located in the main square of Trento. Museo diocesano tridentino. Next to the Duomo, Palazzo Pretorio hosts a permanent exhibition. 
Roman ruins. In Piazza Battisti you can access the ruins of ancient Trento built by the Romans. This is actually another city under Trento. Muse: task of this Science Museum is to interpret nature, starting from the mountains, using the eyes, tools, and applications of scientific research.


Close to Trento

Levico – Caldonazzo - Garda lakes. The lakes are perfect for both relaxing in the sun and for water sports. In particular, Lake Garda is the largest and most important lake in Italy, every year attracting thousands of tourists from all over the world, the surrounding towns and offering many attractions and events. MART Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art of Trento and Rovereto. Over 12,000 paintings, drawings, prints and sculptures today constitute Mart’s rich holdings. 
Castel Toblino. An impressive landscape: a medieval castle surrounded by a small lake among the mountains.


How to get to Trento

By car or coach
You can reach Trento by the following roads:

  • Strada Statale dell'Abetone e del Brennero;
  • Autostrada del Brennero - A22 motorway, phone (+39) 0461 980085;
  • Superstrada della Valsugana for those coming from Venice;
  • Strada Statale 45 bis (Gardesana Occidentale) for those coming from Brescia.
  • For parking in Trento please visit the Trento Touris Office Website


By train
Two main lines reach Trento: the Brennero line (from Rome to Innsbruck) and the Valsugana line (from Venice to Trento).
Timetable details: Reiseauskunft; Trenitalia 

By plane
The closest airports to Trento are the following: Verona Catullo Airport - 90 km 
Venezia Marco Polo - 125 km 
Milano Linate - 245 km 
Milano Malpensa - 300km 
Bolzano - 60 km

Various motorways allow quick and easy travel to the airports.

An accomodation list is available in the download area.