The 5th EPTS Event Processing Symposium takes place in the conference room of the Faculty of Economics. The location is in downtown Trento, at walking distance from Piazza Duomo (1min), as well from the train station (10min) and most of the hotels.

Facoltà di Economia
via Inama 5, I-38122 Trento
tel. +39 0461 882100

Attention: Participants can also access the conference hall directly from Via Antonio Rosmini 48.

About Trento
Trento is situated at 190 metres above sea level on the intersection of important roads leading to Lake Garda, the Dolomites, Venice, Verona, Bolzano and Innsbruck. It is dominated by the nearby Bondone and Paganella Mountains, where the residents and tourists go skiing and hiking.
In spite of being a small city, Trento is still nowadays an important cross road between the Mediterranean and the Alpine areas and a place of cultural dialogue. Trento is a city of art, of history and represents a crossroads for the contrasting cultures of Italy and northern Europe. Originally a Roman city, Trento became famous for the Council (1545 -1563) which gave rise to the counter - Reformation.
Its rich artistic and historical heritage is to be found in its monuments, which embody the centuries of history written under the dual influences of northern and Italian cultures, still evident today in the variety of architectural styles.
Among the many faces of Trento, one of the most striking is that of the alpine Renaissance city, which has been restored to its original splendour by recent restorations. Places to visit include the Castello del Buonconsiglio (the castle which was home to the prince bishops of Trento for many centuries), the Duomo (Cathedral) and its splendid square, the houses decorated with frescoes, the churches of the Council, the museums and exhibitions which today make Trento a city of art, culture and traditions beyond those of the Alps.
More details
Population: 110.141 (31.12.2004)
Altitude on sea level: 194 m
Further Information
Trentino has many monuments, forts and castles scattered all around the territory.

Find out more about Trento:
Website of the Municipality
Website of the Tourist Office of Trento