Citta di Parenzo

Via degli Artisti, 8, Trieste, Friuli-Venezia Giulia, 34100, Italy
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Trieste Airport to Duino

by akwyeung

Can some experts in Trieste tell me how to go from the airport to Duino? Is there a bus, and how much? If not, how much is the taxi ride?

Re: Trieste Airport to Duino

by bekerovka

The airport FVG is in Ronchi dei Legionari, it's closer to Gorizia than Trieste.
To Duino, there are buses every 30 minutes outside the airport: line #51 to Monfalcone-Trieste, time about 30 minutes and it costs around 2.40€
Timetables here:
You can buy tickets to tobacconists, bars, news kiosks and self service machines.
No idea about taxy but I think it's very expensive
Ciao, Marco

Travel Tips for Trieste

The Not-so Grand- Canal

by Ekaterinburg

Trieste's Canal Grande is a long way removed from its counterpart in Venice and you wont be coming across a Rialto Bridge along this particular stretch of water. It's short and not very impressive but a pleasant addition to the city nonetheless. It leads the eye staright up to the Church of St. Antonio Nuovo and for this view alone it justifies its existence. At around 2.30, exhausted from hours of walking I sat on the edge of Piazza Ponterosso and enjoyed the ambience of the canal. Opposite me the canal side is lined with cafe tables . All shops now seem to have been closed for about two hours so it must still be siesta time. The Italians are definitely fans of the long lunche and every bar and cafe is thronged. In the water are the wavering reflections of the palaces that line the canal and the whole effect is quite Venetian, despite the abscence of the Rialto Bridge. From here I can see the statue of James Joyce crossing the bridge and just at the end of the street is the Sea. It seems to me that everybody strolls here as opposed to rushing. Trieste strikes me as a very laid-back city.

Work out what 'the shore'...

by oja

Work out what 'the shore' actually means. Following the instructions of Utttz, I walked the entire way by the port and back, just to finally spot him 100 m from where I started... on the other side of the street! The happy reunion with the pleasant addition of Banjo who dropped by for a few minutes and Utttz's travelling partner Marco. Here's the result (unfortunately rather dark and indistinct):

Via Giorgio Strehler

by Mikebond

In october 2005, as the 2005-2006 theatre season at Teatro Rossetti began, the short street in front of the theatre was renamed as via Giorgio Strehler to commemorate the famous theatral director born in Trieste on 14th Aubust 1921.

Canal Grande

by Carnation

Safe harbour The canal was once used by merchant ships but over the years it has been partially filled in because of circulation exigencies. There are now fixed bridges where once were swing bridges, therefore only allowing small fishing boats through to dock along both sides of the canal. At the end of the canal is the Sant'Antonio Nuovo church. The largest of the town, this church is attended by the catholics living in the Theresian quarter.

The Giant Cave is considered...


The Giant Cave is considered the world’s largest tourist cave and has been included in the Guinness Book of Records since 1995; the cave is located near Trieste.
Its main feature is the “Great Hall” which is the reason why it has been included in the Guinness Book of Records. Access to this Great hall is gained through two large tunnels, which are the remains of a wide underground.karst system which thousands of years ago swallowed up two noteworthy torrents.


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