The rest area

Camper park area with 33 pitches on asphalt (stalls 8×5 meters), equipped with columns for connection to the electricity grid. Camper service, toilets, electricity connection, hot showers, barrier-free (handicapped), cycle and pedestrian path to the city center, which is 2 km away.
Max stop 48h. Access not allowed from 10pm to 7am.

Annual opening.

Street address:

Via Fersina – 38123 Trento (Trento)


N 46.048212, E 11.119792

All the services

Accesso a pagamento

Entrance fee Max stop 48h

Apertura annuale

Annual opening

Allacciamento elettrico

Electric connection

Carico Acqua

Water load

Scarico acque reflue

wastewater discharge

Scarico wc chimico

Cassette emptying service

WC (1)


Docce Calde

Hot showers

Fondo asfaltato

Paved Fund

Accesso con sbarra

Controlled Entrance


Illuminated Area

Area Lavaggio Stoviglie

Sinks for dishes

Mezzi pubblici

Public transport at 1 Km

Diversamente Abili

Services for the Disabled

More Info

Architecture and art, museums and nature make Trento a splendid travel destination.

Undoubtedly the political, religious and monumental center of the city is the Piazza del Duomo which is overlooked by splendid frescoed noble palaces such as the “Case Cazuffi-Rella”. In this square, where S. Vigilio was buried, stands the homonymous Cathedral of San Vigilio, in Romanesque style. The Palazzo Pretorio and the crenellated Torre Vanga of the XIII century. together with the Cathedral they form a spectacular complex that dominates the square, also adorned by the eighteenth-century fountain of Neptune. The Buonconsiglio Castle, composed of a series of buildings from different periods, which houses several museums, is a spectacle for the view. Two characteristic buildings, both of the ‘500 are the church of S. Maria Maggiore, in red marble, and the Tabarelli palace on the facade of which 22 profiles of local historical figures are sculpted. Finally, to visit the Palazzo Pona Geremia of the century. XV with the spectacular facade, decorated with frescoes depicting episodes of city life and myths, and the Church of Sant’Apollinare.

Another unmissable stop is the MUSE, Trento Science Museum, designed by the famous architect Renzo Piano. Located in the “Le Albere” district, it was inaugurated in summer 2013 and replaced the Tridentine Museum of Natural Sciences. The building is spread over a total area of approximately 19,000 m² and over six floors to be discovered.


Stenico Castle

Thun Castle

Beseno Castle

Three Peaks Nature Reserve of Monte Bondone

Cavedine lake

Lake of Lamar

Toblino Castle

Alpine Botanical Garden, Viote di Monte Bondone

Useful links

Municipality of Trento

Pro Loco

Tourist guide

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