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).
Caffè San Marco
Opening just before WWI, this melancholy giant is spectacularly decorated with theatrical mask paintings, dark chocolate-coloured walls...
Buffet da Mario
Fried squid, and sardines; Trieste is by the sea just in case you’d forgotten.
Via San Francesco d'Assisi 19 · interesting places nearby
This imposing and richly decorated neoclassical synagogue, built in 1912, is testament to the strength of Trieste's Jewish community. Heavily damaged during WWII, it has been meticulously restored and remains one of the most important synagogues in Italy.