The Trieste we like to introduce you is the Trieste that you can visit on foot, the one that a few minutes walk from Suites Saline reveals the ancient beauty of the Colle di San Giusto, the remarkable artworks exhibited at the Revoltella Museum or the majesty of Piazza Unità d’Italia.

Right in the heart of the city, the largest square in Europe, tells the story of Trieste, between the Austrian domination of which draws its stylistic figure and liberation by the annexation to the Regno d’Italia during 1918, when he assumed the naming of Piazza Unità d’Italia.

Nowadays, this large and restored wonderfully space, overlooking the Gulf of Trieste, offers splendid palaces, such as the Austrian Lungotenenza or Palazzo Stratti, where the Caffè degli Specchi is undoubtely one of the most typical and authentic places in the city.

Walking in front of the Lloyd Palace and under the wonderful city tower, you realize how important the city has been in the past, when its cosmopolitan soul made Trieste a commercial port of great importance for all continents, as it is well represented by the presence of the Fontana dei Quattro Continenti, dating back to the eighteenth century.

Whoever visits Trieste usually goes to the Colle San Giusto, to brethe the medieval atmosphere of the city and enjoy a spectacular view of the sea in front of the city. Here, we suggest entering bthe charming 14th-cetury cathedral – decorated with a Gothic rosette that people will not forget – and in the Castle of San Giusto, which houses a part of civic civic museums.

Always strolling, from your suites you can immerse yourself in the world of modern art in just 15 minutes. The Revoltella Museum, founded by Baron Pasquale Revoltella in 1872, is one of the cultural references of the city which, besides the collection left by its founder, collects works from major international exhibitions. On its terrace, designed by Carlo Scarpa, in addition to the beautiful sea view, it is possible to spend an evening at the tables of his coffee, open until midnight.

Ask our staff about the routes to follow to walk to these three attractions in the city!