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Private Group Tour of Jewish Heritage and History in Trieste
"Your itinerary to discover the history and traditions of the Jewish community in Trieste begins from Piazza Unità d’Italia and then passes into the former Jewish ghetto rich in antique dealers and knickknack shops. Then you will head onto the “Carlo and Vera Wagner” Museum of the Jewish Community in which many objects of Jewish ritual art are on display along with documents and books which testify to the life of you proceed on foot down San Nicolò where you can still find the Antique Bookshop which used to be run by Umberto Saba and still has many rare and precious volumes on display. Walk by the historical Pasticceria “La Bomboniera” founded by a Hunarian Jewish family. Next will be the Synagogue of Trieste a magnificent building which dates back to the beginning of the 19th century and still has importance in Europe today. (Neither the synagogue nor the Jewish museum are open for visits on a Friday or Saturday or during days when there is a religious celeb the only Nazi extermination camp in Italy.At the end the group will be taken back to your accommodation."""
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Private Group Tour of Jewish Heritage and History in Trieste
"Your itinerary to discover the history and traditions of the Jewish community in Trieste begins from Piazza Unità d’Italia and then passes into the former Jewish ghetto rich in antique dealers and knickknack shops. Then you will head onto the “Carlo and Vera Wagner” Museum of the Jewish Community in which many objects of Jewish ritual art are on display along with documents and books which testify to the life of you proceed on foot down San Nicolò where you can still find the Antique Bookshop which used to be run by Umberto Saba and still has many rare and precious volumes on display. Walk by the historical Pasticceria “La Bomboniera” founded by a Hunarian Jewish family. Next will be the Synagogue of Trieste a magnificent building which dates back to the beginning of the 19th century and still has importance in Europe today. (Neither the synagogue nor the Jewish museum are open for visits on a Friday or Saturday or during days when there is a religious celeb the only Nazi extermination camp in Italy.At the end the group will be taken back to your accommodation."""
From EUR540.00
 
Lipica Stud Farm and Skocjan Caves Day Trip from Koper
"Your guide will meet you at the passenger terminal to escort you to the Lipica Stud Farm one of the oldest stud farms in the world. In a unique natural environment in the middle of fairy meadows and the shade of oak and chestnut trees you will find beautiful white horses that will certainly enchant you. Taking a walk on the Stud Farm estate is like traveling through history. The old manor house and the gracefulness of the Lipizzan horse will take you back in time to when horse carriag the tradition of breeding these white horses has been preserved in the center of the unique Karst landscape which today represents one of the most beautiful natural and cultural monuments in Slovenia. On your trip you will experience the world of the Lipizzan horse
From EUR107.00

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Transportation

The Albania Ferry Terminal

The address of the ferry terminal: Biglietti Albania - Check in Via degli Alti Forni 34145 Trieste. Here is the location: http://goo.gl/maps/Brdq9 Molo VI Adria Ferries:...
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By bus.

Trieste has a good bus network. In fact you can go almost everywhere by bus in the city.You can also do some daytrips from the city by bus. For instance you can go to Grignano to visit the Miramare...
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Oct 06, 2015

From Trieste to eastern Europe.

You can go to various destinations in eastern Europe from Trieste, by bus. There are buses to several places in Croatia, Slovenia, Romania and to other countries departing from the bus station. There...
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Maurizioago
Oct 06, 2015

A tourist-with-luggage friendly station!

We took a train from Trieste to Venezia in 2011. What impressed us about Trieste train station is that there were no stairs to go up or down to reach platforms of the station. It is all one level. You...
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HulaJoy
Jan 21, 2015

Public bus

As far as I could seen, during many visites to Trieste, public transportation in the town is very well organized. I hope you wont need it when in Trieste because all important spots could be reacable...
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croisbeauty
Dec 24, 2012

From Trieste to Opicina by tram

The Opicina tram is not only a means of transport but also one of the most popular sights of the city.The tramline was inaugurated in 1902 and links the square Piazza Oberdan in Trieste with the...
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HORSCHECK
Aug 20, 2012
 
 
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To Trieste by train

We arrived in Trieste by train from Bergamo with a change of trains in Brescia and Mestre. The total trip took a bit over 5 hours and cost 34,90 Euro, but it must be noted that we booked the Bresica...
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HORSCHECK
Aug 20, 2012

From Trieste to Muggia by boat

On our third day in Trieste we took a side trip by boat to Muggia, which is the only Italian town on the Istria peninsula.The service is run from end of April until mid-September by the Delfino Verde...
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HORSCHECK
Aug 19, 2012

Explore Trieste by bus

Apart from the Opicina tram, Trieste's public transportation network consists of more than 50 bus lines. Many of the buses terminate at the square Piazza Oberdan or near the main train station. Among...
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HORSCHECK
Aug 19, 2012

transportation

There is no need to book your ticket in advance.You can buy it at the ticket machines, at the ticket offices or also online...
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white_smallstar
Apr 04, 2012

Ferry from Miramare to Trieste

If you have a couple of free hours why don't you take a look at Trieste from a different point of view?Just take the small ferry that links periodically the harbour of Trieste with the castle of...
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gmg61
Apr 04, 2011

boat service during summer

During summer there is a boat service from Trieste to Barcola-Grignano , Trieste-Sistiana-Duino, Trieste-Muggia. You can use it to go to Miramare castle because there's an entrance to the park in...
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Sunnyspring
Apr 04, 2011

heading east by train or bus

Trieste is the place where to start your trip east: for Ljubljana (Slovenia), Zagreb (Croatia) and places beyond there's a couple of comfortable trains leaving every day: reservations are...
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call_me_rhia
Apr 04, 2011

Train

Trieste is situated on the historical Orient-Express track, so forget about cars and busses and come by train.There are many trains each day connecting Trieste with Venice.As it is often the case, the...
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guth
Apr 04, 2011

Top Hotels in Trieste

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Via Roma, 13, Trieste, Friuli-Venezia Giulia, 34132, Italy
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Riva del Mandracchio 4, 34124 Trieste, Italy
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Plazza Unita d'Italia 2, Trieste, Friuli-Venezia Giulia, I-34121, Italy
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Via San Nicolo, 25, Trieste, Friuli-Venezia Giulia, 34121, Italy
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Piazza Oberdan, 1, Trieste, 34122, Italy
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Corso Cavour 7, Trieste, Friuli-Venezia Giulia, 34132, Italy
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Top Things to Do in Trieste

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Miramare Castle

The eclectic Castle Miramare was built between 1856 and 1860 by the architect Carl Junker as the luxurious residence for Archduke Ferdinand Maximilian of Habsburg and his wife Charlotte of...
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Piazza Unità d'Italia

The Government House is one of the most beautiful buildings in Piazza Unification of Italy. It was designed in the beginning of the 20th century by a Viennese architect named Emil Artman, to replace...
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Piazza Sant'Antonio - Canal Grande

The neoclassical Church of San Antonio Nuovo can easily be recognised by its six Ionian columns and the large cupola. The roof is topped by statues of local martyrs. The church was built between 1828...
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San Giusto Castle and Cathedral

What we see today is a large construction built between 1468 and1636. It is thought there was an early bronze age hillfort (around 2000 BC) at the place of this castle. In the Middle Age the Venetian...
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The old Roman Theater

Italy has such a wealth of treasures from antiquity. I am so glad that many of them are freely open to the public unlike in other countries I could name that screen them off, put in a crappy...
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Chiesa SS Trinità e di San Spiridione - Serbian Orthodox

This church was built on the site of a previous church that was used both by the Greek and the Serbian communities in the '700. It was opened in 1868. It is surmounted by five light blue domes; one...
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Mikebond

"Habsburg Empire + Italia + Jugoslavija..."
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paoseo

"paoseo's new Trieste Page"
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croisbeauty

"TRIESTE - TRST"
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HORSCHECK

"Trieste - Italian city of grand architecture"
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Maurizioago

"Trieste."
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