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Trieste is a crucible of cultures and traditions and one of the Adriatic Sea's most beautiful cities. Once nicknamed Vienna-on-Sea, it was the flagship port of the Austrian-Hungarian empire and is now a pan-European capital of art and historical heritage. When looking to reserve a room in the elegant, historic Trieste hotels, travellers should trust the know how of in order to make their choice. Our intuitive and user friendly website lets visitors filter hotels from a large database according to the right criteria so that only suitable hotels come up in their search, which can then be refined by location, previous guest rating and so on.

What's Trieste Like?

The grandiose Hapsburg piazzas on the seafront are the first sight greeting visitors stepping off cruise-ships in the port of Trieste, the capital city of the region of Friuli-Venezia Giulia in northeast Italy at the border with Slovenia. Millennia of history lurk in every corner of this beautiful city: discover the Roman remains working your way up from the Roman amphitheatre in the town centre, on to the Arco di Riccardo; by climbing the narrow lanes to the Acropolis of San Giusto you will then find the ruins of the ancient Roman forum. Also on the hilltop of San Giusto is a fantastic specimen of Romanesque church (San Giusto), an archaeological museum with an open-air Lapidarium and the Castle. Back downtown, be sure to have an ice cream or a coffee in Piazza Borsa before hitting the promenades on the sea front. Art lovers should head to Museo Revoltella for some top-notch modern and contemporary art. Complete your day by having an aperitif on the Canal Grande. Just outside town, visitors should catch a local train or bus to spectacular Duino castle. A little further out, the Miramare Castle looks like something out of a Disney film: all white turrets and sweeping vistas.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Trieste

Triestini, the natives, are fun-loving and spontaneous. They embody Italian and Eastern European cultures in a charming way but it does help to master some Italian or Slovenian in order to get along even better with the natives. Head to one of the little trattorias or the buzzing bars near Museo Revoltella, or catch a picturesque wooden tram up to the heights of Villa Opicina: a return trip takes around 25 minutes and is worth the time and cheap ticket price for the stunning vistas alone. So trust to locate the right hotel for you in this incredible city and enjoy your stay to the full.