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  • Hotel All'Arco

    Hotel All'Arco

    Trieste City Centre, Trieste

    Hotel All'Arco is located in the Trieste City Center district in Trieste, 656 feet from Piazza dell Unita d Italia and 0.9 mi from Trieste Harbor. Each room is equipped with a flat-screen TV. Great location, within 150m directly behind the main square (cross the arcades under the main building). Aparment clean, modern, fridge, good air conditioningand wifi ! Staff: very kind, friendly, helpful and beautiful ladies.

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    Avg. price/night: $64
    9.0 Awesome 1,069 reviews
  • Savoia Excelsior Palace Trieste - Starhotels Collezione

    Savoia Excelsior Palace Trieste - Starhotels Collezione

    Trieste City Centre, Trieste

    Savoia Excelsior Palace overlooks the Bay of Trieste in the city center. If all the hotels in the world were like the Excelsior in Trieste, there would be no point in having This should be a 5 star hotel. We were upgraded to a Junior Suite with balcony and the staff was perfect.

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    Avg. price/night: $144
    9.4 Awesome 2,505 reviews
  • Victoria Hotel Letterario

    Victoria Hotel Letterario


    Victoria Hotel Letterario is a modern and elegant hotel with a relaxing wellness center. The place and staff are wonderful. Our room was way to hot as the thermostat was broke but that was a small hiccup on another wise perfect stay.The breakfast was delicious. The hotel was very clean, excellent location and the staff where professional, very helpful and spoke many languages.we would recommend this hotel as one of our best on our Italian tour.

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    Avg. price/night: $94
    9.1 Awesome 1,289 reviews
  • Hotel Riviera & Maximilian's

    Hotel Riviera & Maximilian's


    Set on the Coast of Trieste just 2625 feet from the picturesque Miramare Castle and Grignano Bay, Hotel Riviera & Maximilian’s offers direct access to the beach between late May and mid September. Magnificent location, decor , service and food

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    Avg. price/night: $125
    9.0 Awesome 1,011 reviews
  • Grand Hotel Duchi d'Aosta

    Grand Hotel Duchi d'Aosta

    Trieste City Centre, Trieste

    Grand Hotel Duchi d'Aosta is in Piazza Unità d'Italia, Trieste's most impressive square that opens onto the sea. It offers luxury accommodations with an old-world atmosphere. The bed was especially comfortable.

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    Avg. price/night: $126
    9.1 Awesome 1,165 reviews
  • Trieste 411

    Trieste 411

    Trieste City Centre, Trieste

    Trieste 411 is located in Trieste, within 1.2 miles of Piazza dell Unita d Italia and 2 miles of Trieste Harbour. all you need. contemporary design. walking distance to the city. charming and helpful owner.

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    Avg. price/night: $62
    9.5 Exceptional 106 reviews

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Trieste was highly rated for architecture by 117 guests from the United States! Trieste Travel Guide

Italy’s Answer to Vienna

Near the Slovenian border, Trieste combines the waterside setting of Venice with the elegance of Vienna. The Habsburgs ruled here for over 500 years and built Miramare Castle on a rocky outcrop to the northwest. Their other influences include stately Piazza Unità d’Italia, looking out to sea and spectacularly lit at night.

But this is just a glimpse into Trieste's long and fascinating history. The 1st-century Riccardo Arch hides in a narrow street, and part-way up the hills behind the city center are Roman theater remains, with columns from the Roman forum standing next to San Giusto castle and cathedral.

The most photographed church is Sant’Antonio Nuovo, overlooking a boat-lined canal. The nearby Stock Exchange has a colonnaded façade and its square hosts some of the city’s shops. The most popular cultural attraction is the Revoltella Museum of modern art, while more sobering is Risiera di San Sabba, a former concentration camp near the Palatrieste and Nereo Rocco sports stadiums.

Water sports include windsurfing and kitesurfing from the port which is an important coffee importer. Unsurprisingly, the city’s Viennese-style coffeehouses serve top-quality brews, and the best is reportedly Caffè San Marco, once frequented by famous authors.’s Trieste accommodations include hotels with pools, cheap apartments by the station and B&Bs near Ronchi dei Legionari Airport.