Trieste, a port city with a rich history, is located in the north-east of Italy. Explore its picturesque streets, elegant squares and places where the influence of Austrian, Slovenian and Italian cultures mingle to give the city its unique character. Read moreBook my trip to Trieste
Trieste is located in the Italian region of Friuli-Venezia Giulia, close to the border with Slovenia and on the Adriatic coast. As an important port city and former capital of the Habsburg monarchy, Trieste has a rich history and cultural diversity. Its architecture reflects the influences of Austro-Hungarian, Slovenian and Italian culture. Visit the old town, where you will find many historical monuments such as Roman ruins, medieval churches and Baroque palaces. Trieste is also known for its literary tradition, which includes writers such as James Joyce, Italo Svevo and Umberto Sabo. Soak up the atmosphere of this cosmopolitan city, sample the local cuisine and enjoy the spectacular sea views.
The largest square in Trieste and one of the largest in Europe, surrounded by imposing buildings and overlooking the Adriatic Sea.
The historic cathedral is located at the top of the San Giusto hill and offers spectacular views of the city and the sea.
A well-preserved 1st century Roman theatre that once held up to 6,000 spectators.
A modern art museum that focuses on contemporary art and photography and hosts regular exhibitions.
A magnificent castle built for Archduke Ferdinand Maximilian of Austria and his wife Charlotte. The castle is surrounded by a large park and offers breathtaking views of the sea.
This magnificent Art Nouveau synagogue, one of the largest in Europe, reflects the city's rich Jewish history.
A former concentration camp and a place of remembrance for the victims of the Holocaust during World War II.
A long pier that rises into the sea and offers a beautiful view of the Trieste coast. An ideal place for a stroll or a rest.
A museum housed in a magnificent palace and dedicated to the history of Trieste and its surroundings, with diverse collections of art, archaeology and ethnography.
The house where the Irish writer James Joyce lived and wrote his works. Today it houses a museum dedicated to his life and work.
Nestled in the Karst Plateau near Trieste, Italy, the Grotta Gigante holds the distinction of being one of the world's largest tourist caves.
Nestled on a rocky promontory overlooking the serene Gulf of Trieste, Miramare Castle is a picturesque and opulent 19th-century residence.
The name of the settlement is derived from the Slovene word lipa. The species is common in the area and is a national symbol of Slovenia. The staff at the Lipica Stud Farm plant a new linden tree for every foal born.
Portopiccolo Sistiana, a hidden gem along Italy's Adriatic coast, promises visitors an unparalleled blend of luxury, natural beauty, and a touch of historical charm.
Venture into an underground realm of awe-inspiring beauty and scale at Škocjan Caves. Designated a UNESCO World Heritage site, this labyrinth of limestone passages, colossal chambers, and subterranean rivers captivates all who enter its depths.
Perched on a rugged cliff overlooking the azure Adriatic Sea, Duino Castle weaves a tale of nobility, art, and inspiration, set against the backdrop of Italy's breathtaking coastal beauty.
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