Muggia has a quaint old town with plenty of unusual shops and great little places to eat and drink. The atmosphere is quiet and relaxed and it overlooks a working port. The old town has little winding alleys, an old church and a small town square. Porto San Rocco adjacent to the old town is more modern and buzzy so... 更多
We came especially to Trieste because of the publicity regarding Barcolana Week preparations. It turned out that the stalls were just being constructed, so so much for that idea. Instead, we thought about taking the Trieste double-decker tourist bus to see the sites, but it had probably just stopped service due to the end of the tourist season. Luckily, there... 更多
We took the boat to Muggia and the minute we stepped off, the skies opened and it rained cats and dogs. We made a dash to covering and finally made it to a restaurant by the harbor that said it was closed. The owner directed us to a bar in the square, where we ate pizza drank beer and waited... 更多
If you are fascinated by sea locations this is a great place. small but pretty, with some night life, bars and restaurants and beautiful corners next to the sea.
If you want to take a break from the noise and bustle of Trieste, take the hourly ferry for a 30-minute scenic trip across the bay to Muggia, a pleasant little town on the Slovenian border, not much troubled or altered by mass tourism. There's a Venice-like harbour, a Piazza complete with Town Hall, Duomo and a scattering of restaurants,... 更多
If you are in Trieste go visit Muggia. During the period that has sun you can take a boat that part of Molo 4 in front of Piazza Unità. The city has a beautiful church and several alleys worth walking. There is a castle and some museums that did not have time to visit them.
Muggia is a gorgeous little fishing seaside town with buildings very similar to those in Venice. We arrived by ferry from Trieste which I highly recommend as a most enjoyable way to get there. Sit in the piazza and enjoy delicious gelato and coffee, then stroll through the picturesque streets, check out the markets, then dine in a trattoria.