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Was du in UTI Giuliana unternehmen kannst

Entdecke die Stadt aus der Perspektive von Einheimischen. Entdecke die schönsten Dinge, die man unternehmen kann, sowie die besten Restaurants, und erhalte unbezahlbare Ratschläge von den Menschen, die hier leben.

Store
“GELATO! Be prepared for the crowds if you want to sample the city's most famous gelato: the Sachertorte flavour is a must, and its mousse-style range is currently all the rage.”
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Establishment
“It was designed by the architect Arduino Berlam and commissioned in 1927. As well as a guide for nocturnal navigation in the Gulf of Trieste, it is also serves as a monument commemorating sailors who died during the First World War, as witnessed by the inscription at its base: "Shine in memory of those who died at sea (MCMXV - MCMXVIII)".”
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Weinbar
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“Ampia scelta di carni, crudité varie di pesce, primi eccezionali. Se scegliete di andarci chiedete del proprietario Francesco Minucci. Sarà felice di consigliarvi e salutatemelo!”
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Italienisches Restaurant
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“While Marise proclaims itself to be but a simple trattoria, there's a moody elegance to the grey-toned walls and marble-topped tables and a sophisticated approach to the Carso and Collio wines it serves.”
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Meeresfrüchte-Restaurant
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“Best restaurant of fish since 1903, with frames of paintings and gilded mirrors and retro objects. Small, luxurious, impeccable, the most recommended if you want to pay a little more.”
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Stables
“The charms of the Lipica Stud Farm are hidden in the unseen, the stories written by the local history. Only when walking on the historical paths we can truly experience the greatness of the local equestrian tradition.”
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Park
“Very pictoreque, in the city center, 10' walk from your location, a must visit, in summer open air cinema .”
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Kunstmuseum
“Il castello del Parco di Miramare è un posto unico al mondo, la posizione in un punto strategico sul Mare nel Golfo di Trieste, fa del Castello un posto da non scordarsi.”
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Museum
“Elegant 19th century museum villa, with paintings, furniture and collections of drawings.”
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Pizzeria
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“Questa pizzeria rispetta pienamente la tradizione della pizza napoletana con ingredienti di prima scelta e prezzi convenienti.”
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Museum
“qui possiamo visitare il dinosauro Antonio con tanti altri esemplari di animali e più di due milioni di reperti di botanica, zoologia, mineralogia, geologia e paleontologia. ”
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Night Club
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History Museum
“Museum with neoclassical temple and works of art of ancient Rome, medieval and more modern era.”
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Hafen / Marina
“E' un borgo a 5 stelle di recente costruzione situato a 20 km dal centro di Trieste. L'intero borgo è pedonale, l'automobile puo' essere parcheggiata nel posteggio dedicato che si trova proprio all'ingresso dal borgo (a prezzi normali) . Se siete in vena di coccole qui potrete rilassarvi nella SPA, oppure andare in spiaggia, o piu' semplicemente mangiare un gelato. Vengono organizzati eventi (concerti, mostre ecc) durante tutto l'anno. Nei giorni feriali i prezzi sono sostenibili, nel week end/festivi e prefestivi sono un po' più costosetti ma vale assolutamente la pena andarci. ”
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Restaurant
“The spirit and tradition of Trieste can be found in the atmosphere of one of the oldest trattorias in the city. Founded in 1961, the Trattoria da Giovanni collects 50 years of gastronomic history and genuine cuisine.”
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Italienisches Restaurant
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“It is here that the first fortified settlement was built, the predecessor of Roman Tergeste. In 1382 Trieste, worn out by the constant Venetian reprisals, signed the act of Spontaneous Surrender to Austria, under which the city maintained its independence but was protected by an Imperial Captain, and so it was that in 1468 Frederick III ordered the building, at the citizens' expense, of a Fortress flanked by a tower at the top of the San Giusto hill. The three sides of the current triangular perimeter walls of the Captain's House were added over the centuries. The first round bastion was built in 1508, perhaps as a taunt, by the Venetians, who occupied the city for a year. It was followed by the polygonal south-eastern Lalio bastion in 1557, and finally, in 1636, by the third bastion, which completed the fortress. The Castle never experienced significant military activity, and so has endured until today. With its strategic location the ramparts offer stunning views over the city and the Gulf of Trieste. In the museum, housed in the Captain's House, visitors can admire the Late Gothic San Giorgio Chapel and Giuseppe Caprin's sumptuous Sala Veneta. It also contains a rich collection of weapons dating from the twelfth century to the nineteenth. The Lalio Bastion houses the Lapidario Tergestino, containing around 130 inscriptions, bas-reliefs and sculptures that have helped to reconstruct the history and appearance of Roman Tergeste. At the entrance you can admire the original statues of "Mikeze and Jakeze", the two automata that mark the hours on the bell tower of the Trieste Town Hall. ”
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