Despite the fact that Trieste is not distinguished by a large area and a large population, it is a significant city for Italy. Locals say that the buildings in the city are like fancy cakes.
The general mood of celebration and comfort is preserved in the city - small local restaurants are especially good, where they cook according to special recipes, as for their family, tasty and nutritious. There are many local residents in such establishments; a special atmosphere of joy, love and respect for each other is preserved.
It is also interesting that Trieste, located close to the border with Slovenia, was greatly influenced by German and Slovenian culture, this is its peculiarity and mysterious charm.
An important building for the city is the Grand Canal. It connects the sea and the central districts of the city, on its both banks - examples of classical harmony, buildings of the 18-19 centuries.
The center of the city is the Piazza Unity Italia, combining classicism and baroque, the clean lines of austere buildings built in German style, and the baroque flourishes of the Municipal Palace. There are as many as seven palaces on the square!
You can get acquainted with the history of the city in detail in the local museum with the interesting name Tergestino (this was the name of the city in ancient times, under the Romans). The city also has preserved ancient buildings, for example, the Roman theater.
In the vicinity of Trieste, there is the charming country palace of Miramare. The architect has combined the features of Gothic and Renaissance in the building, which makes this castle truly magical. Amazingly beautiful gardens are spread around it.