Villa Bottacin

Vicolo dei Rovery, 16, Trieste, Italy
Villa Bottacin
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Hotel/Hostel in Trieste

by tahiti

Hi please recommend an affordable and safe hotel/hostel in trieste near the train/bus station.thanks!!!

Re: Hotel/Hostel in Trieste

by Cristian_Uluru

Hi, have a look on booking.com or venere.com, there you can find hotels with differents prices and locations.

Re: Hotel/Hostel in Trieste

by leics

I use www.venere.com when looking for hotels in Italy. It is reliable and has honest guest reviews. Booking.com is also good, but I think venere has the larger listing of Italian hotels.

For hostels, look at www.hostelworld.com and www.hostelbookers.com

Re: Hotel/Hostel in Trieste

by puerto_lover

Location is good. Check reviews.

http://www.hotelcentrotrieste.it/mappa_it.htm

Travel Tips for Trieste

You must sightseen Miramare....

by alemi

You must sightseen Miramare. It is a place where you find a wonderful white castle, placed on a rock by the sea. You can see beautiful sunsets and you have the opportunity to walk in the park, a place where you breath a different atmosphere. There are many different kind of trees comuing from Asia and Japan. It is recommended to people who are stressed and full of problems. As I'm a photographer, like my boyfriend, I remember a misty day of winter. We took many black&white pictures. The atmosphere was particular and it seemed to feel the ghosts of people who lived there years and years ago. There was no noise, there was no people. Just us. and nature.

Trieste Tip

by BarbieGirl

Going along the coast from Trieste to the border between Italy and Slovenia, visitors come across Muggia, a charming small Venetian town looking on to the gulf, with a historical centre enclosed by medieval walls. The castle erected in 1375 by Patriarch Marquando of Randeck towers over the town. Among the festivals which mark the social and cultural life of the ancient town, the most important certainly being the Carnival of Muggia which brightens grey winter days, transforming the old little harbour full of fishing-boats and pleasure crafts into a small Rio, attracting an enthusiastic crowd of grown-ups and children alike to the streets and squares of Muggia. The town has its own gastronomical traditions with Venetian and Istrian influence. Dishes are mainly based on fish and flavours ae generally delicate. It is nice to walk along the narrow streets and charming corners, which are really picturesque. On the hill overlooking the dock there is the small Basilica dell'Assunta, of the X century, allegedly built on earlier Paleochristian foundations, rich in delicate and at the same time valuable treasures of art, among which the relief moulding of the presbyterial enclosure, the sculpture of the ambo and the Romanesque frescoes of the XIII century.

Trieste's Glorious Seafront

by Ekaterinburg

Arriving in Trieste by bus is a real pleasure. Passing the outer industrial area and the swanky yacht marina, you carry on to the very heart of the city and never leave the water's edge. This long promenade ( Riva ) leading to the Bus Station is attractively landscaped with trees and flowers and only the traffic lanes divide it from the piazzas and historic buildings on the other side. Near the Piazza D'Unita D'Italia for example, you leave the square, cross the street and you are right at the sea wall. Here two sections of harbour wall jut out and on one of them, Molo Audace, people are lying full length, sunbathing. At 3.00 p.m. I gave up on the sightseeing and just headed for the sea. All day it had been pulling me like a magnet but the really great thing here is that from most points of the city, you can be at the seafront in a matter of minutes. This morning it was a litttle misty here but now the sea is 50 shades of sapphire and torquoise. Yacht sails symmetricaly frame the horizon and the world and its mother seem to be taking a post-prandial stroll. Definitely a touch of La Dolce Vita here, I think. Right where I am sitting is a wonderful bronze monument showing two people, a scissors and some cloth. Maybe a tribute to the rag trade but why here at the sea wall ? Is it marking the emigration of people involved in this trade ? Whatever its significance it's really striking.

Eventually, the clocks on the twin towers of the nearby church remind me that I must catch a bus. Last impressions of Trieste are all as favourable as the earlier ones and I am really glad I came.

Behind the Miramar castle is a...

by MATIM

Behind the Miramar castle is a beautiful garden, I made this picture in the garden, it is a statue from Maximilian of Habsburg.
If anyone know the exact tragic story of Maximilian, do tell me cause my daughter would love to know!

Riva D. Mandracchio

by croisbeauty

During the day it is the most convinient parking place in the town. If coming to Trieste by car, stay here because it is a foot from Piazza Unita, while all other sights in a walking distance.
In the evenings, it is a part ot the city promenade and refreshing spot in the hot summer nights.

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