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The Best Outdoor Activities in Trieste

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Outdoor Trieste

The Cave "Grotta Gigante" , Borgo Grotta Gigante
The largest naturally occurring cavern in Europe, The Cave "Grotta Gigante" was discovered in 1840 during a search for underground water sour
Tours from $104
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Grand Canal , Trieste
A navigable canal at the very heart of the city, Grand Canal was built in the 1750s. Part of a new urban plan developed in the 18th century,
Tours from $219
Trieste and the Trieste Karst represents part of the Karst Plateau, which Italy shares with neighboring Slovenia. With plenty of trails, this
Tours from $49
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Duration: 1h 15min
Discover the sights of Trieste with hop in hop of tour 24 hours ticket, in comfort aboard an air-conditioned bus equipped with audio guides synchronized with the route to provide information about all the attractions you will see. Climb aboard at the Molo Audace pier, and then sit back and relax as you travel around the historic city center. See all the most beautiful attractions of Trieste by bus Learn the history of the city from the on-board audio guides Benefit from free Wi-Fi and USB chargers
Book on Viator from $18
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Trieste Gulf , Trieste
Trieste Gulf is a large shallow bay of the Adriatic Sea, shared by Italy, Slovenia, and Croatia. Prominent bays in the Italian section includ
Tours from $595
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Fusine Lakes , Tarvisio
An easy but adventurous natural path leads to Fusine Lakes, created by glacial activity. The two lakes remain linked to each other by trails,
Tours from $71

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Our expert advice on where to stay in Trieste

Trieste's historical town center is filled with a host of hotels boasting comfortable rooms with panoramic views of the surrounding area. Hotels in this zone also tend to be pricey and often require booking well in advance. If you are traveling on a budget and prefer not to forge your plans months in advance, consider staying at a private guesthouse or B&B. Trieste's family-run operations not only provide spacious rooms and access to private outdoor space, but also serve their guests with insider tips about the city's less-known bars, restaurants, and historical sites.
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