Mignon Hotel

12 Via Junker, Trieste, 34100, Italy
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Satisfaction Excellent
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28%
4
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14%
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  • Families80
  • Couples66
  • Solo100
  • Business63

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Restaurants in Trieste.

by Maurizioago

Could you suggest some budget restaurant in the city center? Thanks.

Re: Restaurants in Trieste.

by bekerovka

hy Maurizio,
try here: Osteria Bella Trieste. It's a family-run restaurant, very good fresh fish, homemade cuisine.
I suggest you "baccala mantecato", baked turbot with patatoes and the "caldaia", a tipical Trieste's food. Without super-wines max. 25€.
It's in Via Massimo D'Azeglio, phone 040761979
Close to station, there is Re di Coppe: simply but everything very good. It's in via della Geppa. Prices like above.
On the beach: Da Raffaele, abound dishes, not expensive. Viale Miramare 139, 040413094
Hope this helps
Ciao, Marco

Re: Restaurants in Trieste.

by Maurizioago

Grazie!

Re: Restaurants in Trieste.

by Maurizioago

Cercherò il Re di Coppe. Ho prenotato una stanza vicino a via della Geppa; o almeno mi pare sia li vicino.

Ciao!

Re: Restaurants in Trieste.

by bekerovka

fammi sapere se è ancora a buon livello qualità/prezzo, che sto facendo i tips sui ristoranti nelle città italiane che ho frequentato... Spero che non sia cambiato niente in 6 mesi

Re: Restaurants in Trieste.

by Maurizioago

Ok. Penso di andare a trieste la settimana prossima.

Ciao!

Travel Tips for Trieste

beyond venice

by call_me_rhia

Many people, when visiting Italy, seem to think that there's no location worth visiting east of Venice. I can't help but disagree, here: I found Trieste as charming as venice, although less eye-catching. people are wonderfully friendly and helpful, and not pretentious... and they don't try to "cheat" tourists by overpricing everything (including the air you breathe). Don't get me wrong: Venice is nice, but Trieste has a natural charm. My fondest memory is this little scenic canal in the middle of the old town centre: it reminded me of Venice, but in a positive way - and above all it did not stink of rotten fish.

The Giant Cave....

by MATIM

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.

Christmas animals

by Mikebond

A small zoo is set up in Piazza Ponterosso (close to the Canal Grande) every year at Christmas time. A shed houses several animals that convey the atmosphere of the crib where Jesus was born: from local animals, such as goats, cows and donkeys, to exotic species like llamas and camels.

Butterfly House

by Carnation

Flutterby butterfly A feature I enjoyed visiting was the butterfly house where you will find a variety of big and small butterflies and also kolibris flying around freely. Silence is requested when entering this building so as not to alarm the insects.

When taking pictures please remember to switch off your flashlight. You will find containers with little pegs of sugar water which you can pick up to entice the butterflies to come and rest on your hands.

Timavo River

by Carnation

A river runs deep The Timavo, a river sacred to the ancients, forms at the piedmont of Mount Nevoso and is a normal river down to the small village of San Canziano, where it disappears into a chasm travelling underground for over 35kms. It is still not known to this day where parts of the underground river travel. It suddenly re-emerges not far from the coast of Trieste.

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