Trieste, discovering the city of coffee
Trieste, designated by the Asburgo family as “Porto Franco” , began a rapid growth in the first half of the 19th century. In the fervor of the harbour traffic, the commerce of coffee exceeds, consolidated during the 20th century today manges almost 30% of Italians imports.
Give yourself a few days in this city suspended in time, between a walk in the former “Porto Franco Vecchio” and a tour in the historical Cafes of the city centre.
(Itinerary variable according to your needs)
The package includes:
- 1 gourmet dinner with 3 courses, ¼ of wine and ½ litre of water included
- 1 lunch in an historical Cafe in Trieste, 1 chalice of wine and ½ litre of water include
- 2 overnight stays in a 4* hotel with breakfast included
- 1 guided tour of the city with 5 tasting in historical Cafes
- E-bike renting for half a day with interactive map – itinerary of former “Porto Franco Vecchio”
- Medical Insurance
- Our Covid-19 insurance
- Our assistance
The package does NOT include:
- Any extra and everything that is not mentioned in “The package includes” section
Our ambassador: Michela Chert
It is known that Trieste is a small city with a historical centre entirely walkable but it’s also true that a lot of its beauties are more easy to reach with a two-wheeled vehicle. For one day I decide to be a tourist in my city and to try the emotion of the bikesharing, I jump on my new adventurer and I head off to the promenade of Barcola. The path is well known but not for this reason less exciting and involves the crossing of a once unused really large urban area, but from some years in phase of requalification and valorization: the Port Franco Vecchio. Once crossed the entrance pass, the old hangars and port warehouses make a great view of themselves and witness this essential aspect of the city. Being careful of the rails that surface from the asphalt in some sections, I enter another space-time dimension where the time seems to be stopped. I go on and not long after see the Warehouse N.26 now seat of the Museum of the Sea that hosts the beautiful collection of the Boats of Llyod Triestino and further on the Hydrodynamic Power Plant, both a must-see. Then I exit in Viale Miramare short before the Bovedo parking and I cover the last kilometer and arrive at BITS n.7 station of Barcola where, after dropping my e-bike, I go tasting my deserved reward at the “kiosk” of the pine forest and enjoying the sunset.
A wonderful day!
Accessibility and usability for travelers with specific needs
The tour is accessible to travelers with physical-motor disability, preferable the presence of a companion as the territory has some challenging slopes or slight movement difficulties.
The program results particularly interesting to travelers with sensory disabilities as the pleasures of the palate are exalted.
The tour presents a good level of interactivity between the traveller and the narrative voice, a reason that can be of great interest in the presence of sensory disabilities.
On recommendation of the traveller we evaluate any type of “food attention” in order to guarantee a suitable and qualitatively adequate service to your needs.
We are at your disposal for further information and to answer every of your needs.