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The Best Specialty Museums in Trieste

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Specialty museums in Trieste

Built in 1913, San Sabba Rice Mill - National Monument served as a Nazi concentration camp during World War II, and is now a civic museum. As
Enjoy a look into the area's railway history at Trieste Campo Marzio Railway Museum, dedicated to train and tramway transport. Nestled inside
Civic Museum Sartorio provides a look into a typical city villa from the turn of century. The museum, once a palace belonging to the Sartorio
FROM $237
Duration: 24h
Bicycles are all the latest models and professionals. Service kit included. Here you will find the best brands in the world The proposed route is "ring" and it is therefore possible to start it (and of course terminate it) from any point. After just two kilometers from Follina, you can already admire the majestic Castle of Castel Brando in Cison di Valmarino, then continuing towards Vittorio Veneto and following the road that will lead us to Conegliano where we will stop for a coffee break at the foot of its Castle. We leave to go to see the castle of San Salvatore in Susegana, beautiful and still inhabited surrounded by magnificent vineyards. There will also be a pleasant stop at the Tenute Caldella, of the Vanzella family, for a food and wine tasting. Once again we have only a few kilometers to go before we find ourselves in front of the Castle of Collalto and then we return to Follina where we can visit the splendid cloister of the Abbey.
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National Archeologic Museum , Cividale del Friuli
Discover priceless artifacts at National Archeologic Museum, dedicated to archeological finds from the medieval period. Housed in a Renaissan

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Trieste's historical town center is filled with a host of hotels boasting comfortable rooms with panoramic views of the surrounding area. Hotels in this zone also tend to be pricey and often require booking well in advance. If you are traveling on a budget and prefer not to forge your plans months in advance, consider staying at a private guesthouse or B&B. Trieste's family-run operations not only provide spacious rooms and access to private outdoor space, but also serve their guests with insider tips about the city's less-known bars, restaurants, and historical sites.
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