Trieste Airport (airport code TRS), also known as Friuli Venezia Giulia Airport, is an intimate airport catering to Trieste (40+ kilometres away) and north-east Italy .
Ryanair, Lufthansa, and Alitalia offer the greatest number of flights out of Trieste.
From the airport, the easiest way into the city is via the 51 bus which costs €3 and takes about 50 minutes.
Trieste is home to approximately 1,500 caves. The Cave of Trebiciano and the Grotta Gigante are among the most famous caves to tour.
At the bottom of the hill that the Castle of San Giusto sits upon is the Piazza Unità d'Italia. The Piazza is Europe's largest square next to the sea and holds many of the city's municipal buildings.
Built between 1856 and 1860, the Miramare Castle sits on the Gulf of Trieste and is a fascinating museum with 22 hectares of finely landscaped gardens.
Trieste Transporti operates a network of roughly 60 bus routes around the city.
The scenery of Trieste is remarkable with the combination of glistening white rocks, blue sea, and green hills as a backdrop.