OSTERIA LA MARIUTA

The only reason I have ever traveled to the town of Ronchi dei Legionari is to get to Trieste’s airport. “Ronchi” means cultivated lands and the town was originally called Ronchi di Monfalcone. The name changed came after Gabriele D’Annunzio (famed Italian military man, poet, playwright, journalist, patriot) led 2,000 locals — not part of…

HOTEL VICTORIA

  Centrally located, the Hotel Victoria is the “literary” hotel of Trieste. It once served as home to the Irish writer James Joyce, and it has maintained the refined atmosphere of the Literary Cafes that dot the city. The Victoria features a wide range of services and facilities, and boasts a salvaged library that is interspersed throughout the guest…

RESIDENCE TORBANDENA

Right in the heart of the City, just behind Piazza Unita’, in what used to be the Jewish ghetto of Trieste, is Residence TORBANDENA – named for its address, Via di Tor Bandena 3. Popular with tourists as well as travelers in Trieste for business, the residence has 6 apartments of varying size and it…

VILLA ALBORI

  Just above Trieste, in the village of Opicina, there is a historic home dating back to 1880 that once belonged to a wealthy Austrian family. Completely renovated in 2011 it is now home to a delightful B&B called Villa Albori. Guests can cross the street and board the famous Opicina Tram that takes them to the city center…