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Castello di San Giusto, Trieste

Categories: Castles, Tourist Spots
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4/5 based on 320+ reviews on the web
Head to Castello di San Giusto, a former Roman fort, to visit the city museum's impressive collection of weapons and furnishings. Set atop a large hill, the 15th-century castle also boasts a collection of mosaic tiles, statuary, and burial stones, which are hidden in a series of deep underground cellars accessed from one corner of the site. Frederick of Habsburg initiated construction of the castle, which was finished by Venetians. Pay attention to the metal statues that welcome you at the entrance, which tell the entertaining story of Mike and Jake. Make Castello di San Giusto part of your personalized Trieste itinerary using our Trieste itinerary maker.
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  • The castle of San Giusto with ruins of a Roman civil basilica and of the Propylaea were built after the middle of the 1st century Christ, is one of the places not to miss during your visit. With a contribution of only 1 euro you can implement with la visita de Castle even in internal and strolling along the city walls cortie where you can admire the panorama of the city.
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  • A decadent fortress, reeks of history, there's a lot to see but you can admire the panorama of the city, however a heritage to consider
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  • The castle itself is rather average interest, even if there is an interesting stone collection. His major interest is the panorama it offers on the city, the hills and the sea. From this fortress, it has a view almost 360 ° on the city, so we can take pictures and admire the landscape.
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  • Interesting old, well-maintained castle. The parts which are open to tourists are good, but limited. There are some brochures in English available, but most everything is in Italian.
  • Nice building. The view of Trieste from the ramparts is worth the visit. Armoury and museum are less interesting.
  • This castle is on top of a hill from where you see everything around
  • its worth the way up, the view to the city is amzaing
  • Interesting museums and pleasant the walk on the ramparts of the Castle overlooking the city and the Bay
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