Trieste – Italy: Tourist Highlights – What, How and Why to visit it

Hi everyone, and welcome to Trieste! Trieste is one the most cosmopolitan cities in Italy: with its characteristic mix of languages,
peoples and religions, the city merges Central European and Mediterranean souls. The heart of the city is Piazza dell’Unità
d’Italia. Located in the heart of the historic old town,
Grand Canal is a small waterway to allow boats direct access into the city centre. The Roman Amphitheater dates back to the 1st
Century AD. The Castle of Saint Giusto is just behind
the Basilica of Trieste, and was built in the 15th century by the Habsburgs. If you have, let’s say, one day to visit
Trieste, I suggest you follow this route on foot,
to see the most relevant attractions of the city Remember: once you have seen the Roman Amphitheater,
take the elevator of Saint Giusto parking to easily arrive
in the hill of the Castle and the Cathedral. If you have more time, consider to visit the
nearby attractions of Miramare and Duino Castles, and Grotta Gigante, the tourist cave containing the largest natural
room in the world! But why visit this city if you travel in Italy? The architectural heritage is really remarkable. Trieste is also the city of coffee, and the
typical food is so tasty (in the description of this video you’ll
find some food tips about where to eat and best accommodations). You can consider Trieste as “the little
Vienna on the sea”. And don’t forget to subscribe to my travel

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