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I highly recommend the audio guide walking tour if you want to just see the main sights on your own. You can do it in 2 to 4 hours. We took our time and made a couple of stops for beer and for lunch. Well...More
What a great place to visit. So much to see and do and explore. Stay in the old area as walking around is easy with so much to see. Weekends the place is a buzz, wonderful to see so many people enjoying their city. Many...More
Very friendly staff and spot-on helpful information. In Trieste for a week, we were recommended to get the FVG card with add-on travel option and this - plus a city map, map of bus routes and the bus app triestetrasporti.it - took us everywhere we...More
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It‘s very easy to find being situated on the corner of Piazza Unità.
The staff/lady there is super friendly and gives you the lovely...More
My one travel hack for anyone visiting Trieste, especially if you only have a day: GET THE AUDIO WALKING TOUR!!! My wife and I spent 4 euros each for the audio hand set that was marketed for a two-hour walk. Four hours later, we were...More
I had been in Trieste in June for a study trip, and participated on a walking tour. Upon my return in November, I brought a group from Los Angeles for a conference and wanted to book a group tour for them. Paola in the tourism...More
The lady who dealt with us was so helpful. She advised us to purchase the FVG card for 48 hours with the bus add on. This worked out at 21 euros each and was well worth it. Her advice on which buses etc. meant we...More