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Las mejores actividades en Trieste

Descubre la ciudad a través de los ojos de sus habitantes. Encuentra las mejores actividades, lugares para comer y recibe consejos invaluables de la gente que vive ahí.

Museo de arte
“The Revoltella Museum is an important modern art gallery that originated from an institution founded in 1872 by Baron Pasquale Revoltella (1795 – 1869). Revoltella bequeathed his palace and his art collection to the city of Trieste; but in addition to the building and the objects contained within he also bestowed a conspicuous revenue to the museum. This allowed for the continuous increase of patrimony and accumulation, in a remarkably short time, of a considerable art collection. ”
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Café
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“Historical caffe in Trieste opened in 1914 and famous as a meeting point for the city’s intellectuals and young students. But those are not the only guests: in fact, it housed young irredentists, and functioned as a laboratory for producing fake passports to allow the escape of anti-Austrian patriots to Italy. Today this cafe has a restaurant, book store and organized exhibitions of local artists. Insider tip: If you love this, give a look as well to the other intellectual cafes: Caffe Tommaseo, Caffe Tergesteo and Caffe degli Specchi. Via Battisti 18 ”
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Restaurante
“A must visit for meat lovers who can take austro-hungarian food. In their own words, A tradition that they “intend to pursue with passion and dedication, as was done in these decades, welcoming anyone, whether from Trieste or not, the Mayor or a student, to experience the essence of Trieste in a friendly environment , lively and with unique flavors.” Insider tip: you can’t book this place, so go early or late if you want to sit outside Via della Cassa di Risparmio, 3 ”
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Premise
“San Giusto Castle stands on a hill of the same name that overlooks the city. The history of this hill is as long as that of the city itself. It is here that the first fortified settlement was built, the predecessor of Roman Tergeste. In 1382 Trieste, worn out by the constant Venetian reprisals, signed the act of Spontaneous Surrender to Austria, under which the city maintained its independence but was protected by an Imperial Captain, and so it was that in 1468 Frederick III ordered the building, at the citizens' expense, of a Fortress flanked by a tower at the top of the San Giusto hill. ”
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Establishment
“Una delle piazze più belle del mondo. Stile austroungarico e affacciata sul mare. Che vosa volete di più? *** One of the most beautiful squares in the world. Austro-Hungarian style and overlooking the sea. What else?”
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Iglesia
“Also known as Trieste Cathedral, this church is dedicated to Saint Justus and serves as the main church of the city. Originally constructed in 1320, the church features a Romanesque and Gothic design and the front façade has a huge circular window with a beautiful lattice design. Inside, the church features a plethora of decoration and the archways in the main aisle are covered with coloured patterns and ornate sculptures. ”
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Buffet
“Opened before WWII, the family-run Siora Rosa is one Trieste's best-loved traditional buffets (bar-restaurants). Sit outside or in the wonderfully retro interior and tuck into boiled pork, sauerkraut and other Germanic and Hungarian offerings, or opt for something fishy like baccalà (salted cod) with polenta.”
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Tienda gourmet
“An area of 3,000 square meters inside the historic wine warehouse where you can buy, eat and study high quality food and drinks.”
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Palace
“Restaurants, bar, cocktail bar, this is the place where to hang out in Trieste! Fantastic in summer time, plenty of young people.”
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Plaza
“Piazza Unita italia is known as the largest square situated next to the sea in Europe. Several prestigious and important buildings line the square including the Town Hall, the Palazzo del Lloyd Triestino, the Palazzo del Governo and the Palazzo Pitteri – Each of which features a stunning design and beautiful architecture. ”
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Café
“This veritable hall of mirrors (specchi) first opened its doors back in 1839 and has more recently been taken over by the chocolatiering Faggiotto from Pordenone (although the matriarch is a local; in fact, she was Miss Trieste 1982). This is the ultimate Piazza Unità front-row seat, whatever the weather, and the coffee has returned to its once former glory.”
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Route
“ Piazza Unità d'Italia (English: Unity of Italy Square) is the main square in Trieste, a seaport city in northeast Italy. Located at the foot of the hill with the castle of San Giusto, the square faces the Adriatic Sea. It is often said to be Europe's largest square located next to the sea. The square was built during the period when Trieste was the most important seaport of the Austrian-Hungarian Empire and includes the city's municipal buildings and other important palaces.”
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Sitio histórico
“Il teatro romano di Trieste si trova a Trieste ai piedi del colle di San Giusto, in pieno centro della città, al limitare della città vecchia, tra via Donota e via del Teatro ”
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Mirador
“This pier was built on the remains of the ship San Carlo that sank on this point in 1740, becoming in 1743 the base for the pier called “Molo San Carlo”. At the end of the 1st world war on November 3rd 1918, the destroyer “Audace” came to the city and the pier was renamed. Funnily enough, the 3rd of November was already a holiday in the city that celebrates Saint Justus, patron of the city. Insider tip: Avoid the pier in days of strong bora as it’s very exposed to the wind. Rather go to Eataly and take one of the tables in the far end and enjoy the Bora with a view on the sea. ”
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Café
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“Tommaseo coffee is the oldest coffee in Trieste; it dates back to 1825, taking its name from the Paduan owner Tommaso Marcato, but later it was renamed Tommaseo, in honor of the Dalmatian linguist, writer and patriot.Curiosity: Italo Svevo wrote here and the Triestine Claudio Magris created his own masterpiece "Danube" right at the tables of this café”
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Teatro
“Uno dei più aprezzati teatri di prosa con molti un ricco programma di operette, musical e spettacoli di danza.”
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