Parking/s in “Le Rive” Coast - Trieste

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For those who travel to Trieste by car, passing through the coastline called “Le Rive” is quite the spectacular way to get to the city.
The splendid view offered by Trieste’s coastline immediately shows the role that the city always had in its history, a beautiful joint between the Mediterranean and Central Europe. The itinerary runs from Piazza della Libertà, where the train station is located, to the opposite side in Via di campo Marzio where you can find the Museo del Mare (Sea Museum) and the now-dismissed old Stazione Ferroviaria Campo Marzio (Campo Marzio Train Station), today a Train Museum. Starting from Piazza della Libertà and walking along Corso Cavour you’ll find Riva 3 Novembre, followed by Riva Mandracchio, Riva Nazario Sauro, Riva Tommaso Gulli and Riva Grumula. Each of these “Rive” takes to the sea through a pier. The most famous of these is the Molo Audace (by the name of the ship which bore the first bersagliere soldiers on November 3rd, 1918). After the Molo Bersaglieri, today a Convention Center, there’s the Stazione Marittima (Maritime Station), a building with a typical 30’s-era architecture. There’s also the Molo Pescheria, which starts with a Liberty-style building that houses the Marine Aquarium and the old Pescheria (Fish Market), now in disuse. Then there’s the Molo Venezia, first of the group which preserves the neoclassical structure of the Vecchia Lanterna (Old Beacon) and includes the Sartorio and Fratelli Bandiera piers. Park your car and give yourself some time to taste the Rive’s history and beauty. Finding a parking spot is easy and stress-free: by parking in the Piazza della Libertà parking lot you won’t miss a step of the trail and you can relax knowing your car is safe. If you’d like to try an alternative trail, you can also park in the Foro Ulpiano 1 parking lot, not far from Piazza della Libertà, which will let you get into the coastal zone more gradually.

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The city of Trieste has a wide array of cultural attractions. The centre of town is where most of the monuments are, such as the Di Santa Maria Maggiore parish, the Castello di Sant Giusto Museum and the Ponte Rosso bridge, among others. To visit these points of interest and others in the area, we recommend using one of our Saba car parks, which are always located close to the most important monuments in the city and are open 24 hours a day to make your trip to Trieste as carefree as possible.