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Highlights in Trieste
- Well preserved, magnificent architecture on the main square
- Beautiful beaches on the Adriatic Sea
- Italian delicacies
- Ancient architecture and ruins in the Old Town
- The Barcolana in October
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Location and orientation
Trieste is located in northern Italy on the Gulf of Trieste, directly on the border with Slovenia. With its deep water port it is not only a visually beautiful but also an economically important place. The centre is impressive with partly splendid architecture in the Austrian style and there are numerous holiday apartments in Trieste, which make the city centre within walking distance. The beautiful city of Trieste has something for everyone. For those seeking peace and quiet, there are exclusive villas and vacation rentals near the beach.By train, by train or on foot?
Public transport in Trieste is well developed and leads to all places worth seeing. By train, the city is also connected to other major railway stations. However, as in any architecturally significant and well-preserved city, it is advisable to explore Trieste on foot. In this way there are often hidden beautiful places, which inspire with interesting details.
Travelers and Activities
Trieste offers some architectural highlights, such as the main square, which is lined with neoclassical buildings. Cathedrals from ancient times and ruins of a Roman theatre make the old town an area where both adults and children can discover a lot. And when the legs are exhausted from exploring the city, a refreshing swim in the Adriatic Sea is the best option. Trieste offers numerous vacation rentals for families, which form an oasis of peace in the midst of the hustle and bustle.Trieste for history lovers
Those who are historically well informed and enthusiastic will love Trieste. The old buildings, some of which have not been changed for centuries, and ancient churches characterize the architecture of this city. Trieste also has many museums. In addition to science and art museums, there are four historical museums. You can also visit a national memorial and an exhibition about the former concentration camp.
Top 3 Travel Tips for Trieste
Visitors to Trieste will certainly be impressed by the well-preserved architecture of the city centre. A famous sight is the Piazza dell'Unita d'Italia. This main square, overlooking the open sea, is surrounded by three neoclassical buildings that look magnificent. Also the old town inspires each visitor with antique cathedrals and ruins.2. The best view over city and sea
Those who spend their holidays in Trieste should not forget to take a trip by tram from Opicina. This historic train offers not only a unique rustic driving experience, but also a breathtaking view. Thus, Trieste from above, the sea and the surrounding karst landscape can be admired at the same time.Three. How about a bathing day?
Although the architecture and panorama of the city of Trieste are fascinating, no holiday on the Adriatic should be without an extensive bathing day. You can choose whether you prefer a sandy, pebbly or rocky beach. In addition, hidden bathing bays with a lot of holiday flair can often be discovered.
Trieste has one of the highest living standards among Italy's cities.
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Locals as well as tourists love the flea market which takes place every third Sunday of the month in the old town. There are antique books and other antiques to buy. But also a leisurely stroll between the stands in front of the City Hall of Trieste is a popular activity among flea market lovers.Enjoy the Italian cuisine!
Italy is known for its fresh Mediterranean cuisine. Not only pizza, pasta and lasagne, but also salads and seafood from the Adriatic are on the menu. For dessert you should treat yourself to "Gelati" or visit one of the lovingly furnished coffee houses in Trieste.Watch up to 1,000 boats - the Barcolana
Every year for many years on the second Sunday in October the Barcolona, a big and famous regatta takes place. Up to 1,000 boats take part and every participant is welcome. This event is not only watched by sailing lovers but also by tourists and should not be missed if you are near Trieste in October.