This year the workshop will be held in Trento city centre, at the Centro Santa Chiara, near the Humanities Hub of the Fondazione Bruno Kessler in Via Santa Croce 77, 38122 Trento.


Lying at the heart of the Dolomite Mountains, near Lake Garda, Trento offers a delightful sample of Italy's best: magnificent nature, rich cultural heritage, fantastic food and wine. Trento is also a cosmopolitan city, at the crossroads of the contrasting cultures of Italy and Northern Europe; it is the home of a prestigious university where the conference will take place.

Capital of Trentino, not far from the Dolomites and the numerous lakes that can be found nearby, Trento is a city of art that has a strong Renaissance mark, which characterizes it for its colors, its buildings and make it unique in the entire Alpine arc.

Alps can be reached quickly by even the hardest-working conference attendee.

Known as the “painted city”, Trento offers many beautiful buildings within its compact historical center. Some of these were built to accommodate delegates to the Council of Trent (1545–1563). Most of the historical center has little or no traffic. Even brief walks during breaks from the conference are enjoyable. Culinary delights ranging from an cone of Italian ice cream to a multi-course meal can be enjoyed indoors or outdoors.


By plane

The nearest major airport is Verona Valerio Catullo (90 km). Traveling from the Verona airport to Trento is easy, via shuttle bus to the Verona train station (runs every 20 minutes) and train from Verona train station to Trento (about one hour). Other airports include:

Brescia Montichiari (160 Km) | Venezia Marco Polo (173 Km) | Innsbruck (176 km) | Bergamo Orio al Serio (180 Km) | Milano - Linate airport (226 Km) | Milano - Malpensa airport (264 Km) | Munich (335 km)

By train

Two main train lines reach Trento: the Brennero line (connecting to Rome to the south, and Innsbruck and northern Europe to the north) and the Valsugana line to Venice. Timetable details from Trenitalia website.

By bus:

FLIXBUS: it offers low-cost bus connections with Bergamo, Bologna, Bolzano, Innsbruck, Munich, Rome, Turin, Milan, Florence, Verona and other cities.

There are lots of buses that go to our Humanities hub. The most frequent are the 3 and 8, but any bus that stops at Piazza Fiera works. When you get off, walk in the opposite direction of the old city wall.

By foot:

It takes less than 15 minutes to walk from the train station. Ask for via Santa Croce. Or ask for Centro Santa Chiara, a well known structure hosting an auditorium for cultural events. Here is how to reach the Humanities Hub from the train station

By car:

The address to enter in your navigator is: Via S.Croce 77 - 38122 Trento. Please note that there is no possibility to park at the conference venue. You can park your car in the underground car park in Piazza Fiera (on payment).

Here's how to reach the Humanities Hub from Trento Nord and Trento Sud.


For special rates, please mention that you are participating in the TREDI 2019 event organized by FBK when placing your reservation: