This website uses
cookies to ensure the correct
functionality and
improve the use experience
of the site itself. If you want to know
more or deny consent
to some cookies click here .

By closing this banner or
clicking any item
of the page you consent to the
use of cookies.




September 06, 2018 Travel Blog

The last Italian stop of this trip is Trieste. In this splendid Austro-Hungarian city on the extreme border of Friuli, you can already feel the Slovenian border is there, just a stone’s throw away, now no longer guarded. The day was sunny and pleasant, so the first thing we did was to stop at the nineteenth-century castle of Miramare, a fairytale wonder directly on the Adriatic.
Then, driven by hunger and a good “advice” we parked downtown and we immediately headed to the famous “Buffet da Pepi S’ciavo“. In this small historical place you are transported in a decidedly … Central European atmosphere: from large steaming cauldrons come out big cuts of boiled pork meat, which are promptly sliced ​​and served with mustard and horseradish. A pleasure that has accompanied us for the rest of our walk in Trieste!
After that, the impatience to continue the journey made us leave again from Piazza Unità d’Italia, direction … Istria!