Grand Hotel Duchi D'Aosta
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Trieste
... nice looking tea shop which we decided to check out this evening. We decided to get two pots, one being a white raspberry tea and the other a green herbal tea, both of which were extremely good. The best part was that this tea shop was sitting along the docks so we sat on the second floor and got a table by the window to watch the sunset over the ocean. It was then back to the hostel for the rest but I decided to go out along the docks and have some introvert time before ...
First challenge of the trip: will I fit everything in my bag? Well, it does close, but will I have everything I need? Will it be too much? I will probably answer those questions once on the road, cant do much about it now. Will have to trust myself on this (****, I usually dont trust ...
... Italian/history teacher who was absolutely fantastico! He smiled and laughed through out and admired all of us. I would have loved to of had a Italian teacher in my school (back in the day) like him! Also, that he strangely reminded Hugo spritz and I of Danielle from the Roma office - literally the same personality. Furthermore, despite all the rainfall which hasn't stopped, it's been a grand day and unfortunately we must depart on another long drive to ...
Nova Gorica is a small city adjacent to the border of Italy. It lies between the Alps and the Adriatic Sea. The city was designed immediately after the Second World War when the borders between Italy and Yugoslavia were realigned. It was built as a substitute town for Gorizia, which remained on the Italian side of the border. Nova Gorcia is a vibrant university town. We enjoyed a day exploring the sights of times past as well as sights ...
... The castle juts right out into the Sea and has a great view of Trieste. It was well worth the detour.
Castello Miramare was built by Maximilian I, an Austro-Hungarian Duke who also happened to be the Emporer of Mexico. There were placards the entire way through the castle that explained all about Maximilian, his family, and the castle but none of them bothered to explain how an Austro-Hungarian Duke somehow became the Emporer of Mexico in the mid-1800s. ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
TravelPod Member ReviewsGrand Hotel Duchi D'Aosta Trieste
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.