Park 97, located near Trieste/Trst, is unique of its kind. There were no trenches, fortifications or other military structures built here during the conflict, but a series of facilities were built, i.e. an infrastructure for the training of the soldiers. The park’s name refers to the 97th Imperial-Royal Austro-Hungarian Regiment. Those who were enrolled in the 97th Regiment were trained here in combat techniques and the use of arms. The outdoor museum, which opened in 2017, is located in Bosco Fornace. The circular path is about 2 kilometres long and passes by several interesting sites, such as Priamo cave, backstop mound (firing range), training trench and Bersaglio cave.
125 € for groups up to 30 people
145 € for groups of 30 to 50 people
A surcharge of 100 € is paid for groups of more than 50 people (for each 50 people more)
Prices can change during the year.
Reservation is required one week in advance.
Guided tours are available in Italian, English and German language.
Assembly point: at the monument to the Resistance at the village of Prosecco/Prosek