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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Touring Trieste
Travel Blogs from Trieste
... That’s the part of the city that
dates to the era of Habsburg control and resembles Vienna in the size and
grandeur of its public buildings.
Despite its lack of major sights, I really liked Trieste
because there were so few foreign tourists there. Even though the Barcolana
attracted a big crowd, the people there were almost all Italian. That also
means reasonable prices and better food in restaurants. Many people rave about
... glass of rakija to accompany
bu dessert but two small bottles of liqueurs that must have been equivalent to
five or six shots worth….on the house! One was a sweet berry flavored liqueur
while the other was an incredibly bitter black herbal liqueur that tasted like
a Jagermeister gone wrong, like they forgot to sweeten it up with some sugar.
The very friendly waitress insisted it was a regular rakija (brandy) that was
flavored with only a single ...
... largely Italian culturally but part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire until the end of WWI, then part of Italy through WWII, and then part of Yugoslavia until its breakup in the early 1990s. Most of the Italian population left the region after WWII, but from the sound of things the Austrians and Italians have all returned as tourists. And I can see why. Of all the coastal Istrian towns I saw I found Piran to be the ...
... village buildings that were built on the edge of the sink hole. The museum shows how the early explorers penetrated these caves by following the the river with boats and rope ladders in the early 1800's. When you depart the cave there are plaques commemorating those that lost their lives exploring these caves. The river Reka goes underground here and then resurfaces some 50 miles away as springs near the Adriatic in ...
... Edi was handsome and charming and would become a the source of constant kidding of Connie throughout out journey We stopped to warm up with coffee at Cafe Tommaseo the oldest coffee house in the city of coffee and had the best coffee I have ever tasted. Dinner at Bruno and Cinzia's Ghiacceretta (The Ice House) which we had trouble finding but was worth the effort, a good night drink at the hotel bar which felt like a step back of 100 ...