Trieste Travel Guide
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- TriesteMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsFamily Travelers+ 1Jul 05, 2012
Trieste is Trieste! A splendid city between the sea and the mountains. If you arrive by car and skip the first highway exit you wiil have the opportunity to see it from above, a really enchanting view, trieste is not so big however its important buildings make it be. Peoplefrom trieste like spending their free time at the sea, so theytake the opportunity of catching a little sun even where there is not properly a beach but only rocks in front of the sea.
- TriesteJul 05, 2012
Trieste lies at the very edge of northeast Italy, wedged between Slovenia and the Adriatic Sea. It is amongst Italy's most unique cities and Mediterranean resorts, and much of its former Hapsburg grandeur is still apparent in its many imposing Neo-classical buildings and almost Eastern European atmosphere. Trieste is not a love-at-first-sight tourist magnet like Florence or Venice, but rather more of a charming and understated city, albeit with some stunning architecture and beautiful scenic views of the Adriatic.
- TriesteFirst to ReviewJul 05, 2012
I loved the blend between Austrian and Italian architecture. It was like Vienna by the sea. There are some beautiful castles along the coast, not to far from town.
Also, be sure to eat at a restaurant a little bit outside of town. Look for one on the hillside, it gives you a great vantage point to see the city and the sunset
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