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This beautiful shore path has woods on one side and breathtaking views over the Sistiana Bay on the other. It is only a few ... More
This beautiful shore path has woods on one side and breathtaking views over the Sistiana Bay on the other. It is only a few kilometers long and an easy walk. It starts from the seasonal base of the Azienda di promozione turistica di Sistiana and ends at the entrance to the village of Duino. To get to this path from Trieste, take the number 44 bus, which stops across the road from the head of the path. If you drive, then be aware that there is limited parking space; you might want to park further down the road.
The Rilke path goes from Sistiana to Duino castle overlooking the marvelous Adriatic Sea from the cliffs.
It�s a short walk (at most 2 Km) with a great scenery.
Lots of visitors come on Sundays.
There are plenty of places to stop and rest or have a picnic.
This beautiful Roman amphitheater was built between the I and II Centuries CE by Quinto Petronio Modesto. He was the
governor of Trieste under the emperor Trajan. It was uncovered between 1937 and 1939 (in fact it was covered ...
Not more than half an hour by car from the city, this is a place which many citizens of Trieste
hold dear. It is an enchanting peninsula in Slovenian territory, once part of Italy, and around a third of ...
In memory of the wife of Austrian Emperior Franz Joseph, this was built soon after her death in 1898. In
1907, the council decided to put this in the garden near the central railway station, and it was planned ...