Passengers traveling by ferry to Trieste reach Europe's northeastern water gate bordering Italy with Slovenia and Croatia!
Trieste is a city and seaport in north Italy. It is mainly known for the multiculturality of its inhabitants. Trieste is the northernmost border of Italy to Slovenia and from 1382 – 1918 belonged to Austria. The port of Trieste is the largest in Italy and the most important in the northern Adriatic Sea. Its geographical position makes it one of the most significant commercial ports for crude oil and other goods. But it is also a passenger traffic port for those who want to travel in the Adriatic Sea with ferry from Trieste.
Passengers traveling to the destination Trieste meet the Piazza dell’ Unita soon after debarkation. This main square is at the waterfront and boasts a lot of neoclassical buildings. Right in the middle of the square stands a fountain referring to the 4 continents known in those times and next to the fountain the statue of Emperor Charles VI who worked for the creation of the free port and thus for its economic development. The Opera, the building of the stock exchange, the old town, the Borgo Teresiano and the Borgo Guiseppino are also worth seeing. Before their departure with ferries from Trieste tourists could make an excursion away from the city. Magnificent palaces, the Farro Della Vittoria, the Tranvia di Opicina, the Grotta Gigante and Ater, the biggest complex of projects, are worth a visit. Trieste has also got a lot of museums.
Trieste covers an area of 84.49 square km. Approximately 201,000 people inhabit the area. Population density is 2381 inhabitants per square km. The port of Trieste is not only a transshipment point but also serves cruises and ferry routes from Trieste. These are very well developed and include routes to the Greek cities Igoumenitsa and Patras. Please check the Trieste ferry timetable through isferry’s real-time booking engine for specific information about all ferry routes to and from Trieste.