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Recommended accommodation - Trieste, Friuli Venezia Giulia, Italy

 
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Trieste is beautiful Italian town and port situated on the Gulf of Trieste at the NE edge of the Adriatic Sea 150 kilometres to the east of Venice. Town boils with life, has a interesting history and offers - most likely - the best coffee in Italy. Trieste has a dynamic cultural scene with numerous theatres, for instance: the Teatro La Contrada, Teatro Lirico Giuseppe Verdi, Politeama Rossetti, Teatro Miela, the Slovene theatre in Trieste.

Every little thing in Trieste leads to the square; this is the town's beating heart, its living-room. On 3 sides are the large buildings of royal ambition, constructed between the early 19th and 20th centuries. The government palace, courthouse, and the shipping firms make this an open-air architectural museum.

Trieste is typically overlooked as travelers head off to the significant Italian towns like Rome and Milan. It is, nonetheless, a really lovely undervalued town, with a peaceful and charming practically Eastern European ambience, a number of bars and coffeehouses, a bit of spectacular architecture and a gorgeous sea view. Trieste has a credibility of being among Italy's most safe towns probably because of it being a border town. There are very few issues when it come to strolling the streets in the evening, taking taxis or pick pocketing. Undoubtedly normal safety measures should be taken and just like anywhere else in Italy beware of car drivers who often think that they own the highway.

Roman leftovers in the town of Trieste consist of a theatre and an archway. The Roman theatre is located at the foot of the San Giusto mountain, facing the seashore. The bell tower of the Cathedral of San Giusto integrates a part of a Roman temple. The modern town, begun in the early 18th century on the plain next to the gulf, is defined by wide roads and traditional 18th-century Baroque and 19th-century Neoclassical design.

Cultural attractions in Trieste

  • The St. Justus Cathedral, dating from 14th century.
  • The Orthodox Church of the Holy Trinity and St. Spyridon, from 19th century.
  • The Church of Santa Maria Maggiore, built in 17th century.
  • The second-largest synagogue in Europe built in 1912.

Museums in Trieste

  • Museo Sartorio.
  • The University of Trieste's arboretum.
  • Revoltella Museum modern art gallery.
  • Diego de Henriquez war museum.
  • Natural history museum, featuring skeletons of early man.
  • Civico Orto Botanico di Trieste, a community botanic garden.

What to avoid

  • Eating early if you want ambience; Italians eat around 9pm or 10pm.
  • The clubs along the waterside; loud and pricey.
  • Ordering a cappuccino; it doesn't exist. Order a caffe latte.


Similar tourist destinations in Italy: Montecatini Terme, Cattolica, Milano Marittima, Grado, Fossone, Canazei, Livigno.
 
 

Trieste, Italy - General details

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Trieste, region of Friuli Venezia Giulia - Distances

 
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    Trieste - Venice: 116 km
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    Trieste - Rimini: 200 km
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    Trieste - Verona: 218 km
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    Trieste - Muggia (4+ accommodation units): 5 km
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    Trieste - Basovizza (3+ accommodation units): 7 km
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    Trieste - Sistiana (4+ apartments): 17 km
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    Trieste - Duino (7+ accommodation units): 20 km
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    Trieste - Alberoni (1+ accommodation units): 24 km
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    Trieste - Monfalcone (3+ accommodation units): 26 km
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    Trieste - Ronchi Dei Legionari (2+ accommodation units): 29 km
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    Trieste - Lido (2+ accommodation units): 30 km
  • Airport "Ronchi Dei Legionari", town of Trieste (Alitalia, Continental Airlines, Ryanair, Jat Airways, Lufthansa, Balkan Bulgarian Airlines): 30 km
 

Venice -> Trieste - road routes

 
  • 1. Head north on SS11 (8.9 km)
  • 2. Keep right at the fork, follow signs for Trieste/E55/Tarvisioelluno/Aeroporto and merge onto A57/E55. Partial toll road. (14.5 km)
  • 3. Continue onto E55. Toll road.
  • 4. Merge onto A4/E55. Toll road. (82.3 km)
  • 5. Keep right to stay on A4. Partial toll road. (32.1 km)
  • 6. Continue onto E70.
  • 7. Take exit Trieste toward Sistiana.
  • 8. Continue straight.
  • 9. Continue straight onto SS14 (15.8 km)
  • 10. Turn right to stay on SS14.
  • 11. Slight right to stay on SS14.
  • 12. Continue onto Corso Camillo Benso Conte di Cavour.
  • 13. Continue onto Riva III Novembre.
  • 14. Turn left onto Piazza Nicolò Tommaseo.
  • 15. Continue onto Piazza della Borsa.
  • 16. Continue onto Corso Italia.
  • 17. Slight left onto Passo Carlo Goldoni. Destination will be on the left.
 

Tourist attractions and sights

 
  • Church Santa Maria Assunta, Muggia, 5.8 km from the centre of town of Trieste.
  • Botanical garden Carsiana, Sgonico, 10.1 km from the centre of town of Trieste.
  • Castle Duino, 19.3 km from the centre of town of Trieste.
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    Ski resort Sella Nevea, number of ski pistes: 9. 86 km from town of Trieste.
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    Ski resort Carnia. 95 km from town of Trieste.
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    Ski resort Tarvisio, altitude: 750m. 96 km from town of Trieste.
 

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