Unmissable tourist sites
Trieste Travel guide
Trieste : Michelin's recommendations
The largest port on the Adriatic, bordering Slovenia, only became Italian in 1919. Formerly a Roman colony (Tergeste), it placed itself under Austrian rule in 1382 to escape Venetian domination. The Compagnies d’Orient and du Levant (French trading associations) made Trieste their headquarters in the 18C when it became a free port. The birthplace of the novelist Italo Svevo and poet Umberto Saba is a modern city at the foot of San Giusto hill, where most of its historic buildings are grouped.
Tourist attractions Trieste : Things to see and do
Piazza dell'Unità d'Italia I - 34121 Trieste
In the modern city, not far from the harbor and the Riva del Mandraccio, this square is surrounded by three palaces in the style of the early 1900s: the Palace of the Government, City Hall and the local headquarters of Lloyd, a maritime navigation co..
V. del Teatro Romano I - 34121 Trieste
The well-conserved remains of the theater of ancient Tergeste can be seen at the foot of Saint Just Hill.
Piazza della Cattedrale 1 I - 34121 Trieste
Located not too far from the basilica on San Giusto Hill, this museum displays a beautiful collection of Greek vases with red drawings and a set of delightful small Roman bronzes.
Piazza Unità D'italia 2 I - 34121 Trieste
Grand Hotel Duchi d'Aosta is located in Piazza Unità d'Italia, Trieste's most impressive square that opens onto the sea. It offers luxury accommodation with an old-world atmosphere. Guests can relax in the indoor heated swimming pool, hot tub and Tu..
Riva del Mandracchio 4 I - 34124 Trieste
Prix Prices from : 128 €
Savoia Excelsior Palace overlooks the Bay of Trieste in the city centre. Set in a historic building with 19th-century architecture, it offers elegant rooms with marble bathrooms. The rooms mix classic style with contemporary design. They include a T..
Via Punta del Forno 3 I - 34121 Trieste
Prix Prices from : 76 €
Urban Design Hotel mixes modern style and elegance, all in a lively area of Trieste’s centre. Rooms and hotel interiors feature state-of-the-art furniture and pieces of urban art. Rooms are spacious and come in minimalist design with mostly black an..
riva del Mandracchio 4 I - 34124 Trieste
You won't be disappointed by this restaurant situated in the heart of Trieste. It serves mouthwatering specialities such as seafood antipasta; fresh ravioli stuffed with Il Carso cheese; and baked sea bass with cep mushrooms, onions and new potatoes...
via Furlani 6 I - 34149 Trieste
Wood and many other objects displayed (preserves, ceramics, photographs etc. ) in a typical establishment, which is rustic and welcoming; the only one in town to offer specialities from the Abruzzi region.
via Cadorna 6 I - 34124 Trieste
In the town centre, a small classic modern restaurant, warm and welcoming, with different refined touches, where you can savour seafood specialities.
via Rittmeyer 14/a I - 34134 Trieste
Situated near the station, this modern restaurant is run by an enthusiastic and friendly couple. Appetising menu featuring contemporary and imaginative regional cuisine, including fish dishes. Reasonably priced options available at midday.
via Venezian 2 ang. via Cadorna I - 34124 Trieste
Tastily prepared seafood is served here on closely flanked tables. Added to this is the conviviality of the regular customers and the warm courtesy of the management.
piazza Unità d'Italia 2 I - 34121 Trieste
Opened in the 1970s by the famous Harry Cipriani, this restaurant boasts the same style of decor as its namesake in Venice. Voted 'the most exclusive restaurant in Trieste' by the food press, the restaurant is memorable for its varied cuisine that in..