Got plenty of general information about Trieste. Went on the free city walking tour. Very well done.
Easy to find just off the square. The city card paid for itself. We were in Trieste for 6 nights, the one week card worked well for admissions ( included the city tour ) and the little train to Cividale-Udine.
This tourist office does not seem to be well-organised. People push to the front, there is no waiting your turn, and the staff don't look out for people who are trying to get their attention. There are lots of leaflets, which look good but a) it is quite difficult getting them as they sit round the room without any apparent... More
We visit the information centre and it even open on a Sunday. All the car park parked by the Marina were FREE. Because it Sunday. We only stayed for like three hours and see most of the beautiful city in a short itme Thanks to the info centre probiding us infor and map of the area.
This place rents an excellent easy to follow audio tour for about 4 euros a device. Tour is easy to follow and gives good detail. Takes about 2 to 2 1/2 hours to go through. Rental return is flexible. If you see something you want to spend more time at, no problem. Want to take a break, go ahead. If... More
Pick up a city map, get good advice from the attendant of where to walk, and away you go. This is the way to spend a useful 2 hours in Trieste.
The guided tour of the city would be worth the cost of the pass by itself. Castello Miramare, the Revoltella Museum, etc., were all gravy on top.
There are a couple vague sign pointing to the office from the train station, but then nothing. It is in the main piazza of Italian Unity, a km down a very busy street. I asked for a supermarket and was directed to one that didn't exist. The second did exist. Next day asked for a bookstore that had English books,... More
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