Trento is located in the north-east of Italy, in the foothills of the Alps, and is ideally situated at the crossroads of important routes from the south to the north of Europe. It has always attracted people from many different cultures who have settled here, leaving their mark on many palaces, castles, sanctuaries, and churches.
The area is rich in archaeological sites and hermitages, the latter visited by the faithful for centuries. Nature has been generous in Trentino, where you can visit the Dolomites, Adamello-Brenta park, many wonderful vineyards, orchards and lakes including Italy’s largest lake, Lake Garda.
In Trento it is possible to study at a prestigious University while, at the same time, to enjoy a quiet environment where scientific relevance and quality of life can be combined.