Teatro Romano Di Trieste
- Address: Via Mazzini, 34121 Trieste, Italy
- Phone: +39-040363952
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 00:30 Mins
- Tags: Art And Culture, Theatre, Architecture , Archaeological Site , Exhibition
Excavated in 1814 and dating back to 1st century BC, this Roman Theatre stands at a place of pride, right in the center of the city. Easily seating 3500-6000 spectators, this theatre is an important archaeological discovery in Trieste. It is said to have built in the time of Emperor Trajan. It was destroyed in the 6th century when Trieste was under siege by the Lombards.
- Nearest Bus Stop: Corso Italia 3 (capolinea 18-25) (cap. provv. 10), Corso Italia 13
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14.8% of people who visit Trieste include Teatro Romano Di Trieste in their plan
09 AM - 10 AM
37.21% of people start their Teatro Romano Di Trieste visit around 09 AM - 10 AM
People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Teatro Romano Di Trieste
75.68% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Teatro Romano Di Trieste
A fascinating sight with lots of information boards around including in English. It is a very well maintained site which understandably has restricted access so you can go in at set times but there is plenty to see from the outside. Well worth a visit.
Wonderful blast to the past. Place is very accessible to the public so no need to get a tour or ticket to view the place. In the heart of Trieste so it's definitely not out of the way to reach. Place looks to be fairly well preserved as to when it must've been used in the past. Would definitely recommend visiting whenever in Trieste
It a old theater like many in the world. A lot of old stones and thats it. You can look at them, but if you have seen such kind of theater before it will be the same. NOT a must have seen, when in Trieste
It's so surprising to find this ancient Roman theater along just an ordinary street in the city.
beautiful! should be illuminated so that you could see well at night.