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Carso Triestino

45o27_N 13o28_E, Trieste, Italy
+393490677039
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Wonderful landscape, great walking easily accessible by bus.from Trieste

Had a great walk in the beautiful Rosandra Valley leading up to the Slovenian border. Part of... read more

Reviewed 12 May 2017
Jane B
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London, United Kingdom
Est...est...est !!!

If visiting Trieste, you have to go there. It is a plateau that overlooks the gulf and the city of... read more

Reviewed 25 January 2017
Eduardoflaminio
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Trieste, Italy
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45o27_N 13o28_E, Trieste, Italy
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Reviewed 12 May 2017

Had a great walk in the beautiful Rosandra Valley leading up to the Slovenian border. Part of the largest Nature reserve, a stream runs through it, rocky limestone landscape with high cliffs and a rich flora. The walk was made possible for us because we...More

4  Thank Jane B
Reviewed 25 January 2017

If visiting Trieste, you have to go there. It is a plateau that overlooks the gulf and the city of Trieste. The view is wonderful and the food, which is derived from the Italian, Slovenian and Austrian cultures is exceptional.

2  Thank Eduardoflaminio
Reviewed 4 October 2016

Ask at the amazingly helpful Tourist Information Centre for bus routes and maps. The 2 and the 4 go up to Opicina but get off at the obelisk and you can walk along a divine panoramic path that goes on to Prosecco where you can...More

7  Thank AnneW7
Reviewed 19 September 2016

The carso is truly a wonderful landscape, a mixture of bare but wonderful rocky slopes and patches of the Mediterranean maquis. Home to the native slovenian-speaking population it offers many little cities each with its own folklore and tradition. I suggest visiting it for the...More

4  Thank AdriZaAst
Reviewed 28 August 2016

Beautiful in every season, it's an amazing place for hiking or riding the bike! From most of the trails you can see the sea and if you are lucky you can meet some deer!

3  Thank Nataša M
Reviewed 23 August 2016

Is it the right place for walking in an unusual landscape or to ride your bicycle on the nice tracks? Is it better to use your car to reach one of many "omiza", typical local taverne where enjoy local products and homemade wine, or feel...More

7  Thank flavio t
Reviewed 24 July 2016

There are small country roads winding near the Slovenian border that offer great walks, hiking, great restaurants that grow their own food or at least it is grown locally. If you see an upside down bouquet (usually dried leaves) you can follow it to an...More

4  Thank Lisa G
Reviewed 26 April 2016

it is a really good walk by the sea....great view from trieste to grado and to the castle of duino.....it is wonderful in all seasons.

3  Thank Irene P
Reviewed 29 February 2016

Most beautiful rugged landscape, great place for rock climbing and exploring wild caves as well to visit the mighty Grotta Gigante...Great place for bush walking and visit for lunch in the Osmiza where the serve cold meat and the red wine called Teran....

4  Thank Climbing_Abseiling
Reviewed 15 February 2016 via mobile

Carso is the area behind Trieste: a hilly place with special flora and fauna due to its geological characteristics. Small rivers run underground and form caves which are the delight of speleologists. It is home to wild orchids and particularly beautiful in the autumn when...More

8  Thank Luisella P
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