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Trento is a city in Italy situated in the Adige River valley. This is in the area of Trentino-Alto Adige (Südtirol). Trento is is the capital city of the area and of the province of Autonomous. It is a modern cosmopolitan city, which is highly-developed and well organized. The city is highly rated for quality of life, living standards and business.

Located in the wide glacial Adige valley, just to the south of the Alps and foothill range called the Dolomite Mountains, Trento has some incredible scenery. This is also where Fersina River and the Avisio River merger with the Adige River. The city is very large and diverse, hence there is plenty of public transport and car rental in Trento Downtown.

The city itself has a unique architecture and rather unusual monuments. The architecture has a unique style and feel, mixing Germanic influences with Italian Renaissance. Most Renaissance buildings and Late-Medieval structures have been fully restored, maintaining the original wooden balconies and pastel colour scheme. Some of the medieval walls are still standing in Piazza Fiera, however, once these same walls encircled the entire town.

The modern setup, clean well maintained roads and ample signage, make using a car hire in Trento Downtown simple and enjoyable. There is plenty to see and apart from the main attractions, just a short drive into a less touristy area can reveal so much. Car hire doesn't need to cost a lot, often less than a short taxi journey, so have a look at some offers for cheap car hire in Trento Downtown.

If you have time, go to see the church of Santa Maria Maggiore (built in 1520). Originally it was constructed for Bishop Bernardo Clesio, by the well-known architect, Antonio Medaglia. The look is a classic Renaissance-Gothic style. Inside, visitors will find amazing interior artwork by Moroni and Giambettino Cignaroli.