Bibione to Trieste day trip

Bibione to Trieste day trip

piazza-unita-trieste-notteTrieste, extraordinary city of politics, literature and art from the Austro-Hungarian Empire is near enough for a day trip while in Bibione. It has a unique atmosphere thanks to its port and the position on the borderline that made it one of the most colorful and cosmopolitan city of Italy.

How to get to Trieste:

  • By train
  • By car
  • Guided tours

By train

The railway is the cheapest and easiest way to get to Triest. From the station of Latisana there is a direct line to Trieste Centrale every half an hour for € 7.50. The last 15 minutes of this journey are extraordinarily fascinating as the railway runs over the sea. You can buy your tickets here.

By car

Trieste is located less than 100 km far away from Bibione. You can reach it on the highway A4 in less than 1.30 Minutes for about € 15.00 including toll and petrol for one way. Although you can visit the city by walking, if you travel by car, you will be able to reach the attractions nearby like Miramare castle or Redipuglia, certainly worth a visit.

Guided tour

If you want to be comfortable and taken around by someone local who knows the city, its history and tourist attractions, then book a guided tour. The tour leaves every Thursday at 8:30 AM from and returns at 19:00 to Bibione. The cost is € 37.00 and it includes a stop at Duino castle (entry not included), San Giusto church and the Miramare castle of Maximilian of Austria. There is also free time for lunch and shopping.

Getting around in the city


Walking: Trieste is not too large and most of the tourist attractions are within easy reach from the central square “Piazza dell’Unità”.
Bus: there is a good bus service but only a few lines on weekends. Tickets cost € 1.25 each.

Top sights

Old town center: little medieval houses and streets feature the heart of Triest, closed to traffic.
Austrian quarter: half of the city was built under the Austrian-Hungarian Empire. This quarter is marked by beautiful buildings in Neoclassical, Art Nouveau and Baroque style.   


Revoltella Museum: donated to the city in 1869, this building is home today to one of the largest modern and contemporary art collections.
Museo della risiera di San Sabba: in memory of the only one Italian concentration camp.
Roman Theater: built in 33-32 B.C., this theater is located in a picturesque background at the seaside, on San Giusto hill.
Barcola: splendid walk North from the city close to Miramare castle.


Miramare Castle: Once residence of Habsburg Maximilian, this piazza-unita-trieste-bibionewonderful castle located North from Trieste, only 6 km far from the central train station. The building stands in the middle of a 22 hectares-large green park and it is definitely worth a visit if you are in Trieste. Do not miss Maximilian’s rooms and Amadeo doge’s apartments or the park with the little castle in it.
San Giusto Cathedral and Castle: there is an amazing view from here to Triest and the sea. Both the cathedral and the castle are worth visiting.

Information and useful links

Tourist Information: on the main square, Piazza dell’Unità d’Italia, 5 Minutes far away from the central train station. It is also a good starting point to visit the city

Friuli Venezia Giulia Tourism website

Excursion in Trieste

Where to eat in Trieste