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Ferries Trieste

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Trieste is located in the Friuli-Venezia Giulia region of Italy, on the Adriatic Sea, between the Gulf of Trieste and the Gulf of Muggia. The border with Slovenia is just a few kilometers from Trieste.The city of Trieste is also known for the Bora, a strong wind that can easily reach gusts of 160 km/h.

The port of Trieste, located north of the Adriatic Sea, organizes ferry traffic on 12 km of docks.

Today it is recognized as the first port dedicated to freight traffic on European corridors. The ferry docking area for Trieste also welcomes vessels for passenger traffic for the coasts of Croatia and Slovenia.

Ferries from Trieste provide runs to Rovinj, Parenzo, Lošinj, and Piran, with 7 runs per week operating mainly in the summer months and ranging in length from 40 minutes to 4 hours depending on the destination. The shipping company operating the routes is exclusively Liberty Lines.

The ferry terminal is an imposing structure, has 3 large waiting rooms also used for conferences, equipped with restrooms, with air-conditioning facilities in summer and heating facilities in winter, also the premises offer wi-fi connection.

The ferry terminal operates several paid and free parking lots, moreover in front of the embarkations the parking space such as cars, campers is well managed due to the large parking spaces.

➜ Interesting facts about Trieste:

• There is not just one type of bora, there are up to 3 different types: dark, light and ancient bora. Each has different characteristics.

Confetti, typical of carnival, was invented in Trieste by Ettore Ferrel, who was too poor to afford the decorations on the market at the time created with colored pieces of paper the confetti we know today.

Trieste was the birthplace of the famous Italo Svevo, author of 'Zeno's Conscience'

Trieste ferries About Trieste

Visiting Trieste one breathes in the glorious past of the Habsburgs, but also the rich heritage of the passage of various peoples and religions. A wonderful mix of Central Europe and the Mediterranean.

A stop you'll have to make in Trieste is undoubtedly the “Piazza dell'Unità d'Italia.” You will be amazed by the beauty of the Austrian-influenced buildings surrounding it, such as the Giuseppe Bruni City Hall.
The square overlooks the Gulf of Trieste through the “Molo Audace,” an 18ᵉ-century stone pier that testifies to the great maritime activity.
Opposite the City Hall, admire the Fountain of the Four Continents (Mazzoleni Fountain).

Head to the historic center of Trieste to be enchanted by ancient buildings with European, Balkan or Mediterranean influences.

The “Grand Canal” offers a timeless atmosphere. This artificial canal runs through the center of the city and allows you to admire the colorful facades and boats as well as the small stores and cafes.
Stroll through the streets and sip a good coffee with a delicious pastry.

Trieste Cathedral and the medieval castle of San Giusto are other attractions not to be missed.

Don't forget to go north of the city and visit the Victory Lighthouse. From the top of this monument, which honors the victims of World War I, there is a spectacular view of Trieste.

How to reach the boardings

Address: Quai IV, 34145 Trieste TS

GPS Coordinates: Latitude 45.6536295 Longitude 13.77840725

The rail network is well organized and is located near the bus station, which is a few meters from the port area. Friuli Venezia Giulia Airport is 34 km from the port area.