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Brentonico, Province of Trento, Trentino-Alto Adige

A renowned summer and winter resort, the commune includes a number of small hamlets spread over panoramic plateaus between the Garda Lake and Lagarina Valley. Especially the frazioni of Palsa and San Valentino offer skiing facilities, and a myriad of hotels and other lodging.

Info

  • Altitude: 692 m a.s.l
  • Population: about 3900 inhabitants in 2017
  • Zip/postal code: 38060
  • Dialing Area Code: +39 0464
  • Patron Saint: Saint Apostles Peter and Paul, celebrated on 29 June
  • Demonym: brentegani
  • Frazioni & Localities: Castione, Cazzano, Cornè, Crosano, Festa, Fontechel, Polsa, Prada, Saccone, San Giacomo, San Valentino, Sorne.
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What to see

  • The Orto dei Semplici inaugurated in 2005, in the garden of Palazzo Eccheli Baisi.
  • The baroque church of San Rocco, an interesting example, built by the inhabitants of the districts of Lera and Fontana as a votive sign for having spared the town from the plague epidemic that hit Trentino in the early 17th century, with altars in local marble and a bell tower by Teodoro Benedetti from Castione (1768).
  • The church of San Pietro e Paolo, at Vigo with six altars and the crypt of San Giovanni, in 10th-century Romanesque style of the. The church preserves the oldest organ in Trentino, dating back to the 18th century.
  • Picturesque houses, as the Baisi house, with murals by Milanese painter Casari; the house Balista, with 18th-century mullioned windows; the Bais house, former a salami factory with a late 17th-century stone lodge, and the Baroque Longhi house.