If you go: Trieste, Italy

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March 12, 2006

How to get there

Trieste is about 75 miles northeast of Venice. There is frequent approximately two-hour express train service between the cities. Vienna is about 10 hours by train.

Where to stay

Grand Hotel Duchi d'Aosta 2 Piazza dell'Unità d'Italia


Elegant grand dame of a hotel on the main square. Doubles from $200.

Novo Hotel Impero

1 Via San Anastasio


Conveniently located in a handsome neoclassical building across from the railroad station. Doubles from $92.

Where to eat

Caffè San Marco 18 Via Battisti


Most atmospheric of the city's numerous Viennese-style coffeehouses and a hangout for writers, artists, and students. Good for lunch, desserts and, of course -- coffee.

Antica Trattoria Suban 2 Via Comici


Popular restaurant specializing in local cuisine, which reflects Austrian and Balkan influences. Entrees from $18.

What to do

Italian Government Tourist Board

630 Fifth Ave., Suite 1565

New York

212-245-5618 (-4822)

A source of information about travel to all regions of Italy.

Trieste Tourist Board 20 Via San Nicolò


Has literature in English about Trieste and the region, including an itinerary listing all the places associated with James Joyce.

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