From Trieste to Muggia by seaDiscovering the Istrian-Venetian town on board Delfino Verde
From Trieste to Muggia by sea
Discovering the Istrian-Venetian town on board Delfino Verde
Trieste is mainly renowned for its Miramare Castle and the beautiful Piazza Unità d’Italia, one of the largest squares in Europe that opens directly onto the sea.
In fact, water is the defining element of the city, which in 1719 became a free port and imposed itself as a trade hub and an established shipbuilding centre.
During this trip, you will enjoy Trieste from a different angle, on a motor boat that will take you from one end of the Gulf to the other.
The trip starts in Piazza Unità where you will board the Delfino Verde motor boat that will take you from Trieste to the small town of Muggia, on the opposite side of Trieste’s Gulf. Resting on the last stretch of the Istrian peninsula still within Italian territory, with obvious Venetian cultural influences, Muggia still preserves many traces of its past: Roman and Medieval ruins in the historic centre and its Castle, a stronghold on the Istrian border during the invasions of the 10th century, until in 931 it was donated to the Patriarch of Aquileia.
Once the visit of Muggia is over, you will enjoy lunch in a farm, with amazing views of the sea.
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