Caffè San Marco
This imposing and richly decorated neoclassical synagogue, built in 1912, is testament to the strength of Trieste's Jewish community....
No 2 Tram
For wonderful sea and city views, jump on this vintage tram to Villa Opicina . For most of the 5km journey it's a regular tram, but a...
Chiesa di Sant'Antonio Taumaturgo
The east end of Piazza San Antonio Nuovo is dominated by the enormous neoclassical Catholic Chiesa di Sant'Antonio Taumaturgo (1842).
A breeding ground for lounge lizards and bright young things, Viale 39 has multiple personalities as long as you’re a snappy dresser....
Buffet da Mario
Fried squid, and sardines; Trieste is by the sea just in case you’d forgotten.
Via Battisti 18 · interesting places nearby
Caffè San Marco information
Opening just before WWI, this melancholy giant is spectacularly decorated with theatrical mask paintings, dark chocolate-coloured walls and miles of marble tables. Service can be surly.