In the old Campo Marzio station, opened in 1906 by the Archduke Francesco Ferdinando, this museum tells the story of the ... More
In the old Campo Marzio station, opened in 1906 by the Archduke Francesco Ferdinando, this museum tells the story of the evolution of railway transport through the use of documents, photos, models, videos, locomotives, carriages and more than 1500 books dedicated to the subject. The exhibition is divided into four sections; history, labour, electrical systems and movement. There is also a fifth section that is devoted to the tramways of Trieste, Istria and Friuli. There is also a chance to take an old train to platforms that are no longer in use, leading to the outskirts of Trieste or to Bled, a lovely town near the Slovenian border. The timetable constantly changes so contact the museum for details.
Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Napoli boasts the Farnese collection which is the largest art collection in Italy. This includes precious
paintings by Titian and other great masters, antique sculptures and great Renaissance pieces from Barbo and Fulvio Orsini and ...
This building became the site of the only extermination camp in Italy with the German occupation in 1943. Civico Museo
della Risiera di San Sabba has been a national monument since 1965. Three thousand to five thousand people lost ...
This tour is offered by the Tourist Guide Association of Trieste, lasts about four hours, and is led by a
competent, multilingual guide. It leaves from the Stazione Marittima, the prestigious, local, congress center. It takes in the distinctive ...