[[Image:Palazzo del Municipio.jpg|thumb|350px|Palazzo del Municipio at Piazza Unità, Trieste]]
*'''Città Vecchia''' (''Old Town'') - Trieste boasts an extensive old town: there are many very narrow and crooked streets with typical medieval houses. Nearly the entire area is closed to traffic.
*'''Barcola''' This paved waterfront walk stretches from a little north of the city nearly to the castle at Miramare. It is the beach where the Triestini spend their summers, with water access, restrooms, and changing areas for swimmers. It can be reached by [http://www.triestetrasporti.it/index.php?linea-6 bus #6] which stops at Piazza Oberdan and the Trieste Centrale train station.
*'''Museum'''*'''Capitoline Temple''' *'''Church of San Giovanni'''*'''San Michele al Carnale'''*'''WWI Altar'''*'''Roman forum and civic building''' *'''Castle of San Giusto'''. *'''Park of Remembrance''' World War I commemorative park, *'''Lapidary Garden'''. Contains Roman and Medieval relics discovered in Trieste. In it stands a Cenotaph to the archaeologist Johann Winckelmann, father of neoclassicism, who died in Trieste in 1769. Access to the Museum of the History of Art is found here
. ===The Miramare Castle [http://www.castello-miramare.it/]=== [[Image:Trieste_miramare.jpg|thumb|250px|right|The Miramare Castle]] Accessed by boarding a westbound bus 6 from a number of places including a stop at the Trieste train station.
*'''Maximilian's chambers''' and those of his consort, Carlota of Belgium; the guest rooms; the information room telling the history of the Castle and the Park's construction;
*'''Duke Amadeo of Aosta's apartment''' with furnishings from the 1930's in the Rationalist style. *'''Throne room''' *''' The park''' offers the public a chance for an interesting stroll among botanical species and an important collection of sculptures dotted along its numerous paths. Admission is free . *''' the Stables''', a building which was recently restored and is now used for temporary exhibitions; *'''the Old Greenhouses''' *'''Little Castle'''
Take the tram #2 from Piazza Oberdan to Opicina. Alight at the Obelisco, and take a walk along the pedestrian Strada Vicentina (better known as Strada Napoleonica - don't ask for Strada Vicentina if you are asking for directions, nobody will know what it is) to Prosecco. The views are superb. The tram has
been recently fixed and is doing the entire route again. Do not miss it if you come to Trieste! (The tram is going to reopen to the public in the summer of 2014)
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