Things to Do in Rovereto

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Things to Do in Rovereto


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  • Beverley Collett
    Sileby, UK42 contributions
    A really big museum allow a long time to visit. This is one of the tourist venues that uses the trentino card, making a brilliant cheap day out. No cafe but plenty in rovereto. Lots of history of the area and all about the military around Europe.
    We didn't have time to visit the extra part below the walls.
    Written July 12, 2023
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  • LM73
    Bergamo, Italy44 contributions
    Some spectacular works of art spread throughout the gallery which is itself an impressive building and a great location. Definitely worth getting the audio tour (available in Italian, English and German)
    Written December 29, 2019
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  • shianlee
    Berlin, Germany130 contributions
    It takes about 30-1 hour to go through the museum, costs 7 EUR (14 in combination with MART). It’s good and interesting, but it would be great if the curators framed it better into the context, and introduced Depero himself within the futurist movement, Trentino area at that time, general Italian history, art history and social and cultural development, to be to fully appreciate the individual exhibits which otherwise seem sometimes a bit random.
    Written August 10, 2020
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  • Marco
    Stockholm, Sweden127 contributions
    When is chimes 100 times at 21:30 every day during summer is breathtaking and it made me goosebumps. With the right sunset is a fantastic experience. To do it if you have the opportunity while around Trentino region.
    Written August 1, 2022
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  • vessi80
    North Lanarkshire, UK1,080 contributions
    Very near to the train station so an ideal first or last stop as it's open from 10am until 6pm (some leaflets suggest otherwise) daily except Mondays. Welcoming English speaking staff at the desk and in museum itself. Excellent Map.
    Well Signposted. Entrance included with Trentino Card but the fantastic Space Exhibition was well worth the 7 euros extra- not a sky high price for the experience. This temporary exhibition finishes end of August, I think.
    The Virtual Reality Stations were superb and just to hear those Russian astronauts' voices.... Loads of authentic space 'stuff' like flight plans, insulation blankets, even the food. Wonderful models and replica space suits.
    Now on dry land. The planetarium is permanent and feature filled. Loved it ,especially the cute 3D Models.
    The permanent collection has excellent English descriptors .
    Extensive 'Roman Age' Section plus the Sala Orsi. The Mineral and Geological Sections were 'marble' less !
    The Lunar Rover and the Dinosaurs appeal to everyone.
    Top Floor has snack machines/toilets etc.
    Another of Rovereto's many attractions which you really should visit!
    Written August 10, 2019
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  • PJandSJ
    Matlock, UK1,257 contributions
    This mausoleum – it houses the bones of over 20,00 Austro-Hungarian and Italian soldiers – sits prominently on a hilltop overlooking the valley below. We walked to the mausoleum down a section of the Path of Peace after visiting the Peace Bell: it didn’t take very long.

    The structure has an austere formality about it, typical of the fascist style of architecture that came to prominence between around 1922 to 1943. Its dictatorial, authoritarian heritage is evident both in its style and positional dominance, which neither welcomes nor charms the casual visitor.

    The main entrance up the steps was closed at the time of our visit, but we gained entrance around the rear of the building. Internally, it is just as austere and unwelcoming – an air of slight creepiness pervades it – and it’s not somewhere where one would want to linger long. We left after a brief walk through it: no one else was present.

    If you are visiting the Peace Bell, this might be a brief side-visit, exemplifying as it does the wastefulness of war and the deeply troubling ramifications of unfettered nationalism. But I find it hard to find anything positive to say about the site. It’s a symbol of more troubled times, which I very much hope that Europe, and the European Union, has left permanently behind.
    Written October 4, 2018
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  • Traveller1848
    Switzerland101 contributions
    Follow the Strada degli Artiglieri by car for about 15 minutes and park at the end of the road at the Baita degli Alpini (mountain hut). The road is quite narrow and there are many hikers on the road as well.
    The trail starts at the last turn before reaching the Baita. It will take you about 30 minutes to reach the footprints. I would suggest to follow the trail uphill as the best visible footprints are located next to the wooden platforms. This is a short but great hike on a sunny day.
    There tableaus in Italian and English along the way that provide interesting geological and paleontological information.

    When you have reached the highest platform, go further up and then follow the trail to the left. This will lead you back to the parking. Be careful as parts of the trail are slippery. Shortly before reaching the hut, you will pass the WWI gun position Caverna Damiano Chiesa which is also worth visiting. The whole hike will take between 60 and 90 minutes. Outdoor shoes or solid sports shoes are highly recommended.
    Written December 7, 2016
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  • Julia W
    Nashville, TN29 contributions
    Rovereto is off the tourist route, I think, and we found it very authentic. When we visited this church we were amazed by the baroque architecture inside. The outside is modest and belies the treasure inside! It seemed that every square foot of space was adorned. The huge stone baptismal font was striking. The organ was played by Mozart in one of his early tours. We attended services here and afterwards made an effort to speak to people but no one we encountered spoke English. Another review described the church as nothing special, and we could not have disagreed more.
    Written October 6, 2019
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  • trunk12
    Amsterdam, The Netherlands127 contributions
    Went in without reservation or anything else just with the two of us and have been welcomed very warmly. We have been shown the production facilities, had a wine tasting and got an introduction to the wine estate. The wines are great and do yourself a favor, ask nicely to try the reserva! Can 100% recommend the place.
    Written May 3, 2018
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  • PJandSJ
    Matlock, UK1,257 contributions
    The building that dominates the piazza is very pleasing, even though it dates back only to the 19th century. It’s fronted by an equally pleasing fountain, so – in principle – should be a good area in which to relax and watch the world go by. Sadly, however, the circular fountain also serves as the hub of a traffic roundabout, which does tend to detract from the otherwise nice ambience of the area. Bit of a pity … but still pleasant enough to walk through.
    Written October 2, 2018
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  • John M
    Santa Cruz, CA4,376 contributions
    Typical of many old cities, Rovereto has a beautiful old city center. Some of the the old shops are really amazing. The December winter festival is probably really fun, judging by the quantity and scope of preparations in progress during my visit. There are several restaurants for varied dining options, even outside of the tourist season.
    Written November 23, 2016
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