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Vacation Homes in Trieste

Why Famous
  • Trieste is located at the head of the Gulf of Trieste.
  • Trieste first flourished as a Roman colony.
  • The city is surrounded by the sea and the characteristic highland.

 

Facts Destination

  • Trieste is the capital of the autonomous region of Friuli-Venezia Giulia.
  • Trieste became the fourth largest city of the Austro-Hungarian Empire (after Vienna, Budapest, and Prague).
  • it is the capital of the autonomous region Friuli-Venezia Giulia and Trieste province.
  • The city is a major centre in the EU for trade, politics, culture, shipbuilding, education, transport and commerce.

 

Area Info

  • Trieste is a city and seaport in north eastern Italy.
  • It is situated towards the end of a narrow strip of land lying between the Adriatic Sea and Italy\'s border with Slovenia.
  • Area: 84 km2 (32.4 sq mi).
  • Trieste is situated on the extreme limit of the Italian northeast, near the border with the Slovenia, in the more northern part of high Adriatic and lies on the Gulf of Trieste.

 

Why Visit
  • The Basilica di San Giusto is really two churches. The Basilica has several styles including Roman and Byzantine.
  • Trieste is situated on the extreme limit of the Italian northeast, near the border with the Slovenia, in the more northern part of high Adriatic and lies on the Gulf of Trieste.
     
Best Time
  • best time to visit the city to months between May and September.
Transport
  • Trieste\'s maritime location and its former long term status as part of the Austrian and Austro-Hungarian
  • Railways came early to Trieste, due to its port and the need to transport people and goods inland.
  • A second trans-Alpine railway was dedicated in 1906, with the opening of the Transalpina Railway from Vienna, Austria via Jesenice and Nova Gorica.
  • Passenger rail service to Trieste now mostly consists of trains to and from Venice, Italy, connecting there with trains to Rome and Milan at Mestre.
  • Trieste is served by Friuli Venezia Giulia Airport, located at Ronchi near Monfalcone at the head of the Gulf of Trieste.
  • Local public transport in Trieste is operated by Trieste Trasporti, which operates a network of around 60 bus routes and two boat services.
  • Bus 51 runs between the Bus Terminal (Piazza Liberta\' adjacent to the Rail Station) in Town and the Airport.
Lifestyle
  • Attractions in the surroundings include: The imperial castle of Miramare, The Tram of Opicina and the Carso highlands, The Giant Cave, The castle of Duino and Rilke\'s promenade, Rosandra Valley.
  • The rugged hill area, the Carso, rises up close to the city.
  • Piazza Unita , one of the largest and most beautiful squares overlooking the seafront worldwide.