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Trieste Tourism: Best of Trieste

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Trieste is in the nearby of Trieste (TS) and 2 m (7 ft) above sea. . The Patron saint is St. Justus of Trieste on November 3. Trieste has Banne (Bani), Barcola (Barkovlje), Basovizza (Bazovica), Borgo San Nazario, Cattinara (Katinara), Conconello (Ferlugi), Contovello (Kontovel), Grignano (Grljan), Gropada (Gropada), Longera (Lonjer), Miramare (Miramar), Opicina (Opcine), Padriciano (Padrice), Prosecco (Prosek), Santa Croce (Križ), Servola (Škedenj), Trebiciano (Trebce) as wards and the demonym of natives is "Triestini".

In Trieste there are 64 accomodation. You may visit 62 places of interest. Trieste is a Blue Flag for its water quality and safety and for the beaches quality and cleanliness. For these reasons is perfect for a seaside holiday.
Guide written by the community written by Dave Mitchell

Mediterranean scents with Slavic and Germanic hints, Trieste offers its visitors the beautiful face of a border town, with a particular history enriched during centuries by different influences that continue to enchant all the artists of the world. The city overlooks the Gulf of Italian extreme northeast, near the border with Slovenia. Trieste lies in fact at the feet of an imposing cliff which drops sharply from... continue


Guide written by the community written by Bridget Brackett

For this reason we find many churches of different religious worship, the more interesting of which are certainly the Serbian Orthodox Church of St Spyridon and the greek Orthodox Church of St. Nicholas. St. Spyridon is also known under the name of Church of the Schiavoni, and it has a Greek cross plan surmounted by five domes of blue colour. No doubt it is also interesting to visit San Nicolo ', although it is... continue


Guide written by the community written by Chiara Guzzetti

This is the main square in Trieste. it is very large and overlooks the sea. It is surrounded by several palaces built mostly in the 19th century. Here you can see the Town Hall ; built in 1875. The Government Palace (1904-1905); with mosaics and a loggia. Palazzo Stratti with the historical cafe named Caffe degli Specchi. Opposite the Town Hall there is a huge fountain; the Fountain of the Four Continents; built... continue


Guide written by the community written by Alexandra Evans

The Miramare Castle was built between 1856 and 1860 by orders of Maximilian of the House of Habsburg (1832-1867). He was Franz Joseph's (emperator of Austria) youngest brother. From 1931 to 1937 the castle was inhabited by duke Amedeo d'Aosta. Inside you can see the apartments where Maximilian and his wife Carlotte lived for a short period, the guests rooms and the throne room. All rooms have original... continue


Guide written by the community written by Cedric Mills

The Faro della Vittoria accomplishes two functions: it enlightens the Trieste gulf and commemorates the seamen fallen during WWI, with this inscription: SPLENDI E RICORDA I CADUTI SUL MARE MCMXV - MCMXVIII (i.e. "Shine and remind people of the fallen in the sea 1915-1918"). The copper statue on the top of the lighthouse dome represents the Victory. It was made by sculptor Giovanni Mayer. The lighthouse was built... continue


Guide written by the community written by Alexandra Evans

The current fortifications that sit above the city of Trieste are actually the second structure (possibly the third) to be erected in that spot. The castle was constructed between 1470 and 1630, although there were earlier Venetian battlements here and perhaps even earlier fortifications. Today, there are plays in the courtyard of the Castle during the summer, and part of the city's Civic Museum is located here. The... continue


Guide written by the community written by Chiara Guzzetti

San Giusto Cathedral, which is situated on the top of the Capitoline Hill, is unndoubtely the most beautiful church in whole town. The church was completed at the end of the fourteenth century, when the two primitive churches of San Giusto and Assunta were joined together. At the centre of the front facade there is the big Gothic rosewindow in white stone composed by two halo of rays with 36 little columns. On the... continue


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