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).
Museo della Comunità Ebraica Carlo e Vera Wagner
A small, highly prized collection of liturgical items, textiles, documents and photographs, including a touching number of personal...
Chiesa di Santo Spiridione
The striking Serbian Orthodox Chiesa di Santo Spiridione was completed in 1868 and sports glittering mosaics.
The smallest and, dare we say, friendliest of the historic bunch, this is an exquisite room that's just as nice for an evening wine as a...
Viennese-style macaroons and Sachertorte share historic counter space here with the famed fave dei morti sweets – broadbean-shaped...
Via San Lazzaro 9b · interesting places nearby
A rather quirky hangout for sometimes over-serious Trieste, Circus lives up to its colourful name with a vaguely big-top decor mixed with old-time movie paraphernalia. It’s a great lunch stop with its ample panini (€4 to €5), huge bowls of salad (€5) and a selection of nicely priced primi (first courses). The atmosphere’s cool but not haughty.