Near the city center, this is the only beach in Europe where there is a barrier separating an area reserved for women and ... More
Near the city center, this is the only beach in Europe where there is a barrier separating an area reserved for women and children from an area reserved for men. This is considered a piece of history, and is like a monument. Apart from this detail, there are no special facilities here, yet hundreds of people come here daily after the office or for a relaxing day out. The entrance fee is extremely cheap and there is a peaceful atmosphere, as well as equipment to facilitate disabled access into the sea.
Piazzale Ugo La Malfa (originally known as Piazzale Romolo e Remo) lies not too far from the Aventino hill crossed
by the Viale del Circo Massimo . Today it is dedicated to Giuseppe Mazzini, the first man to govern ...
The Carso is one of the symbols of Trieste, one of the incomparable marvels of this region, and one of
the most evocative natural environments in the whole of Europe. The Carso is the characteristic high plain which is ...
Until the mid 1990s, this was the most run down area in the city, populated by drug addicts and delinquents.
However, it has now become one of the most spectacular, enchanting areas in Trieste. Near Piazza dell'Unità d'Italia , ...