Our city is a seaside town, you can feel it in the air, you can experience it in everyday life and in major events. The combination “mare Trieste” doesn’t just mean the Port or Barcolana, but also beaches to enjoy: as soon as the temperature allows it and there’s a bit of sun, we go to the sea, or rather “for a swim”.
Here is another little-known treasure, even amongst the people of Trieste themselves, yet a place rich in history and a mark of excellence in the industry. Let’s learn more about the Rosenfeld sponge factory.
Cycling holidays offer the freedom of movement and the charm of travel. Trieste can be a perfect destination to spend a few days.
If you have decided to visit Trieste and want to discover what to see in Trieste and its surroundings, listen to our advice: from the most well-known places to the lesser-visited ones.
The Miramare Castle is one of the places that have made the beauty of Trieste famous, and what makes it even more majestic and beloved is its Park, which has been restored in various areas in recent months.
Sweet, fragrant, and intriguing. The Presnitz is a traditional dessert of Trieste. It is eaten during the holiday season, with family, when you have time to dedicate yourself to your grandmother’s recipe.
Where to go for coffee in Trieste? Here is an interesting itinerary proposed by our Maurizio Stagni that allows even the locals of Trieste to rediscover the city!
The lighthouse remains a destination that is not particularly crowded compared to other monuments in the city, yet it can offer a unique experience, especially during the Barcolana week, when the sails paint our gulf white.
Once less known to tourists, now an essential stop if you want to experience the genuine Carso.
The area of Duino is a place full of possibilities for the traveler who wants to discover something different when they arrive in Trieste.