You can walk in less than 25 minutes to the city centre or you can use public transportation (buses number 5, 6 or 7 – leaves every 20-25 minutes from Sant’Ilario to the city centre; the ride takes approximately 5 – 10 minutes depending on the traffic).
Hotel Sant’Ilario is also close to “Rovereto Nord” highway exit, to the train station and just steps from the bicycle path.
Rovereto reppresents a characteristic centre dating back to the XVIII century liing down green hills and wide vineyards, and placed on the important way that connects Trento (chief town of the Province) with Bolzano on the North, and Verona on the South. The historical centre is crossed by narrow lanes, alleys and small squares that give it a typically Venetian atmosphere.
Rovereto, a charming town of artistic interest, located in the Valley of Adige river, is full of interesting architecture, halfway between the antique walls and 18th century squares and buildings, and also unique cultural events. Fascinating cobblestone streets will lead you to the traditional Christmas market and various museums like Modern Art Museum, First Mondial War Museum, Depero Museum.
You may also enjoy shopping, trying our local restaurants and pizzeria’s, visiting the Peace Bell of the Fallen (more than 3 metres height) or “exploring” the dinosaurs footpaths.
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