Hotel Le Due Sport Village

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

SS 113 Km 13 400, Mortelle, Messina, Sicily, Italy
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by AnatolyZ

Hello dear travel pals,
do you know maybe how is it possible to get from Trieste to venezia for the cheapest price?
and how much ussualy does it cost to get for example from Venezia to Bologna or not a too far central cities around....?
Appreciate very much your help!

Re: Trieste--->Venezia?

by leics

It's usually best to take the train in Italy.

Trains are very reasonably-priced indeed.

Train times, details and fares in English here:

Regional trains Trieste>Venice cost from 9.90 euro one-way (don't check for today's date, you won't get regional fares shown) and take from around 2 hours.

Venice Santa Lucia station is the station in Venice proper. Venice Mestre is on the mainland, a short bus or train ride across the causeway.

Re: Trieste--->Venezia?

by Mozumbus

refer to, the official resource for Italian Trains. Generally, nothing can beat Regional Trains in Italy in terms of price, and otherwise also Regional Trains are reliable, frequent, and comfortable. and there is no need to book in advance...

Re: Trieste--->Venezia?

by Mozumbus

@ leics: the OP should have been reassured to get two almost identical responses in few seconds!!!

@ the OP: venice to bologna is easy 8.9E Regional Train...

Re: Trieste--->Venezia?

by leics

If you are starting from Trieste airport there is a shuttle bus to Udine, from where you can catch a train or bus to Venice:

Re: Trieste--->Venezia?

by leics

Mozumbus: :-))

Travel Tips for Trieste

Art Nouveau in Trieste

by gmg61

There are beautiful specimens of Art Noveau architecture in Trieste, starting from Casa Bartoli (arch. Max Fabiani) and Casa Smolars (arch. R. De Paoli) that are in the real centre of the city, to some more unknown bulldings over the hills around San Giusto.

Borgo Teresiano.

by Maurizioago

Borgo Teresiano is a neighbourhood characterized by grid like streets. It was built on the place where the salt pans were. This area was wanted by the Austrian emperor Charles VI and completed by her daughter Maria Teresa in the 1800's. Here you can see the Canal Grande; built between 1750 and 1756. On this channel various boats are always moored. It is bordered by several palaces; two churches (St. Antonio Nuovo and St. Spiridione; an Ortodox church), some cafes, restaurants and shops.

visit the Cathedral (Piazza...

by paolo_londre

visit the Cathedral (Piazza Cattedrale). The Cathedral exhibits a classic 14th Century MittelEuropean style, with beautiful murals, mosaics, chapels, chandeliers etc. etc. etc. The acoustics add another amazing quality that can not be justified by description. It really is a must-see. There are so many fond memories of Trieste : Visiting the Castle and taking in the remarkable views from within its walls; walking along the town's coastline along to the Science Museum, Yacht-moorings and lighthouse - just to name two!

Trieste Tip

by BarbieGirl

here I'm again with Banjo in the wonderful Piazza dell'Unità, he explained me really lots of things about this charming city! And what a shame! He knows more things about my city than me!!!He'd be a perfect 'tour operator' believe me!

Piazza d'Unita

by croisbeauty

Piazza d'Unita is the biggest open space in Trieste city centre and the one of the biggest square in Italy aswell. Here you can see some of the most representative palaces in the town, such as the Town Hall, Palazzo Pitteri, LLoyd Adriatico and the fine yesteryear hotel Duca d'Aosta. This square is probably the most attractive sight in whole Trieste and the favorite promenade area of the locals, especially in the winter-time on sunny Sunday mornings.


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