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Miramare Castle Entrance Ticket

Miramare Castle Entrance Ticket - Trieste, Italy

Duration: 1 to 2 hours
Location: Trieste, Italy

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$19.44

Vestige of the Austrian Empire, Miramare Castle is enchantingly located on the Grignano promontory facing the Trieste Gulf on the Adriatic Sea, about 8 km / 5 miles northwest of the most north-easterly city of Italy, Trieste. The Austrian emperor Maximilian of Habsburg (Austrian archduke, and later Emperor of Mexico) commissioned the Viennese architect Carl Junker to build the residential palace between 1856 and 1860, and the castle preserves to this day the furniture and original decorations of the era.
Miramare is surrounded by a sea shore park of 22 hectares / 54 acres, characterized by an impressive variety of plants, many of which were specially chosen by the archduke during his travels around the world as admiral of the Austrian Military Marine.

Visit: Castello di Miramare - Museo Storico, Trieste, Province of Trieste, Friuli Venezia Giulia

Your visit to the castle allows access to the apartments of Maximilian and his wife Carlota of Belgium, the guests rooms, the room dedicated to telling the story of how the castle and park were built, the apartment inhabited by Duke Amedeo da Aosta with furniture in the 1930s rationalist style ... More info ›

Vestige of the Austrian Empire, Miramare Castle is enchantingly located on the Grignano promontory facing the Trieste Gulf on the Adriatic Sea, about 8 km / 5 miles northwest of the most north-easterly city of Italy, Trieste. The Austrian emperor Maximilian of Habsburg (Austrian archduke, and later Emperor of Mexico) commissioned the Viennese architect Carl Junker to build the residential palace between 1856 and 1860, and the castle preserves to this day the furniture and original decorations of the era.
Miramare is surrounded by a sea shore park of 22 hectares / 54 acres, characterized by an impressive variety of plants, many of which were specially chosen by the archduke during his travels around the world as admiral of the Austrian Military Marine.

Visit: Castello di Miramare - Museo Storico, Trieste, Province of Trieste, Friuli Venezia Giulia

Your visit to the castle allows access to the apartments of Maximilian and his wife Carlota of Belgium, the guests rooms, the room dedicated to telling the story of how the castle and park were built, the apartment inhabited by Duke Amedeo da Aosta with furniture in the 1930s rationalist style. Do take note of the music room where Carlota used to play the piano, the series of paintings by Cesare dell'Acqua telling the story of Miramare, and the Throne Room, recently restored to its original splendor.
The beautiful park offers a botanic stroll of enormous interest together with a variety of landscaping elements, such as the important decorative sculpture collection by the famous sculpture firm Moritz Geiss from Berlin. You can also visit the stables – the recently restored building is now used for temporary exhibitions – as well as the historical greenhouses and the “ castelletto,” which retains part of its original decoration on the first floor

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Private Trieste Sightseeing Tour

Private Trieste Sightseeing Tour - Trieste, Italy

Duration: 3 hours
Location: Trieste, Italy

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$46.08

Discover the beauty, history and culture of Trieste on this informative full- or half-day tour with a private guide. Visit the city center in the morning or the Risiera of St ... More info ›

Discover the beauty, history and culture of Trieste on this informative full- or half-day tour with a private guide. Visit the city center in the morning or the Risiera of St. Sabba and the Castle of Miramare in the afternoon. Learn the stories and rich history behind each site that you pass, soaking up the personal attention from your insightful local expert.

On the morning tour option, meet your private guide at your centrally-located hotel in Trieste or at the port to start exploring the city. To discover the roots of Trieste, you'll reach the hill of San Giusto, site of ancient Roman ruins, the medieval Castle and the Cathedral of San Giusto, which preserves stunning Byzantine mosaics and medieval frescoes. In the Lower Town, stroll along an elegant seafront and the Theresian District and be impressed by the beauty of Trieste's palaces and buildings, including the Teatro Verdi Opera House, the Stock Exchange Palace, the Greek and Serbian Orthodox chapels, and the imposing church of St. Anthony near the Grand Canal. Your tour will conclude in the splendid Piazza Unità d’Italia, Italy’s largest square overlooking the sea, where you can enjoy an Italian gelato, cappuccino or espresso.
If you'd like to enjoy the afternoon tour, you will also meet your guide at your centrally-located hotel in Trieste or from the port. Then, hop aboard a private vehicle and drive first to the Risiera of St. Sabba, the only Nazi concentration camp in Italy. See the various parts of the facility that served as a detention camp for political prisoners and transit area for Jews, most of whom were deported to Auschwitz. Explore the museum, see the photographs and documents, and get personalized attention while hearing of the prisoners that suffered there. After touring the site, transfer to Miramare to visit the romantic residence of Maximilian of Hapsburg and Charlotte of Belgium, and its beautiful park. See its interiors featuring sumptuous original furniture and decorations and take a walk in its surrounding English and Italian-style garden rich in rare plants, sculptures and ponds. Enshrined in the coastal rocks, the Castle of Miramare also gives visitors the chance to admire the most enchanting views of Trieste and its gulf. Return to Piazza Unità d'Italia at the end of the tour.
You also have the option of a full-day tour, which combines all the sites and activities of the morning and afternoon tours for a full immersion in Trieste.

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Discover Trieste on Foot

Discover Trieste on Foot - Trieste, Italy
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Duration: Flexible
Location: Trieste, Italy

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$206.20

Private walking guided tour of Trieste is one of the best ways to explore this charming city. Local licensed and experienced guide will show you and explain you the highlights of the city, which is often called Vienna by the sea ... More info ›

Private walking guided tour of Trieste is one of the best ways to explore this charming city. Local licensed and experienced guide will show you and explain you the highlights of the city, which is often called Vienna by the sea. You will enjoy a walk, which will take you long time back, when the city started to develop and then through history, culture, art and hidden stories will lead you back to the present day.

The guide will take you to the most important highlights of the city, which are the Audace pier, built in the 18th century and originally called the pier of San Carlo and it extends for into the sea. Very famous in Trieste is Piazza Unità d'Italia, which is one of the most unique major markets for its spaciousness, vicinity of the sea and many important buildings, which will take your breath away.
At the Stock market you can see the best example of neo-classical arhitecture and hear about trading, then see the Grand Canal, originally the main river canal for the salt pans. In the 19th century the Ponte Rosso or Red bridge was built and the area got known for its rich marketplace, for which is still well known today.
At Market of St. Anthony, the guide will explain the cultural and religious diversity of Trieste. A Roman theatre is located below the hill of St. Giusto. The theater was lost under the new buildings and then re-discovered in the early 19th century. Then see the church of St. Mary, which was built by Jesuits and today shows its baroque characteristics.
The tour lasts around two hours but may be shortened or extended. Because of the private nature of the tour and the experienced guide, it can be adapted to your interests.

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Trieste Bus Tour with Audio Guide

Trieste Bus Tour with Audio Guide - Trieste, Italy

Duration: 1 hour 15 minutes
Location: Trieste, Italy

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$12.67

Discover the sights of Trieste with hop in hop of tour 24 hours ticket, in comfort aboard an air-conditioned bus equipped with audio guides synchronized with the route to provide information about all the attractions you will see. Climb aboard at the Molo Audace pier, and then sit back and relax as you travel around the historic city center ... More info ›

Discover the sights of Trieste with hop in hop of tour 24 hours ticket, in comfort aboard an air-conditioned bus equipped with audio guides synchronized with the route to provide information about all the attractions you will see. Climb aboard at the Molo Audace pier, and then sit back and relax as you travel around the historic city center.
See all the most beautiful attractions of Trieste by bus
Learn the history of the city from the on-board audio guides
Benefit from free Wi-Fi and USB chargers

Itinerary
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Pass By: Piazza dell'Unita d'Italia, Trieste, Province of Trieste, Friuli Venezia Giulia

first stop

Pass By: Ex Magazzino Vini - Eataly Trieste, Trieste, Province of Trieste, Friuli Venezia Giulia

second stop

Pass By: Museo Revoltella, Trieste, Province of Trieste, Friuli Venezia Giulia

3rd stop

Pass By: Piazza Sant'Antonio Nuovo, Trieste, Province of Trieste, Friuli Venezia Giulia

4th stop

Pass By: Fontana del Giovannin del Ponterosso, Trieste, Province of Trieste, Friuli Venezia Giulia

5th stop

Pass By: Parco della Rimembranza e Colle di San Giusto, Trieste, Province of Trieste, Friuli Venezia Giulia

6th stop

Pass By: Museo del Risorgimento e Sacrario Oberdan, Trieste, Province of Trieste, Friuli Venezia Giulia

7th stop

Pass By: Piazza della Liberta, Trieste, Province of Trieste, Friuli Venezia Giulia

8th stop

Pass By: Beach Barcola, Trieste, Province of Trieste, Friuli Venezia Giulia

9th stop

Pass By: Castello di Miramare - Museo Storico, Trieste, Province of Trieste, Friuli Venezia Giulia

10th stop

Pass By: Molo Audace, Trieste, Province of Trieste, Friuli Venezia Giulia

last stop

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Caves of Torri di Slivia

Caves of Torri di Slivia - Trieste, Italy

Duration: 1 hour 15 minutes
Location: Trieste, Italy

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$11.52

The cave ''Torri of Slivia'' is over 100 metres deep and is one of the most spectacular caverns of the Trieste's Karst. Look around and you will feel as though you are in another world ... More info ›

The cave ''Torri of Slivia'' is over 100 metres deep and is one of the most spectacular caverns of the Trieste's Karst. Look around and you will feel as though you are in another world. A place, where the shapes and the colours change as the water drips and where time stands still. Witness first-hand the stalactites and stalagmites formed over thousands of years....

Visit: Grotta delle Torri di Slivia, Trieste, Province of Trieste, Friuli Venezia Giulia

The tour begins with a short Agrobus ride (a tractor with modified agricultural trailer) that will take you to the cave entrance within a few minutes.
- The entire tour lasts around 75 minutes. 
- The tour includes a 200-stair descent and climb.
-The temperature in the cave ranges from 6 to 9 
degrees Celsius. We recommend you to take a jacket or a long shirt with you and appropriate footwear (shoes with rubber soles) due to slippery ground. 
-Tours are guided and start according to the schedule
- No reservation is required for groups less then 15 people. For larger groups a reservation is necessary.
- Dogs and other pets are not allowed to enter the cave. 
- The tourist path in the cave is not accessible for wheelchair users.
- It is allowed to take pictures, but due to environmental reasons, the use of the flash is prohibited.
- It is not recommended to take pictures while walking on the stairs.
- Removal of any material, stone or anything that is part of the underground environment is prohibited.
- It is obligatory that you stay with your group, a guide and on the tourist trail

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