This charming village across the bay from Trieste is worth a viit for the atmosphere and great food.
we planned to visit for lunch but got tied up in old town part of Trieste and missed the 11am ferry or there abouts. We planned to have lunch in Muggia and return Instead we visited in late afternoon when it was fairly quiet and restaurants closed
Took a ferry from Trieste to Muggia, small village, nothing to outstanding about it, at least there arn't too many tourists there but it was nice to see, has a main square with a few cafes there to eat and drink if you want.
We took the ferry from Trieste ( ferry stop located opposite Savoia hotel) which takes approx 30mins and includes great views over the bay of Trieste. Return ticket costs 6.90 euros (we were told you can only buy a return so not sure why the price for single ticket was also displayed on the timetable at the boarding point) and... More
On a nice sunny day this is a fun excursion from Trieste. The ferry has open seating and enclosed. It takes about 1/2 hour each way. Eat or have coffee in the main square of Muggia.
My husband and I went to this cute, friendly, and untouristy sea side town on a rainy Sept. day. We really liked it there. The small harbor was very charming and the the alleys with shops were wonderful We ate pizza under our umbrellas in the pouring rain. If it had hadnt been raining so hard we would have loved... More
A small Italian fishing village 30 mins by boat from Trieste. Definitely worth a visit and take time to have a long lazy fish lunch.
It doesn't look much from the sea if you take the boat from Trieste, but a few steps into the little winding streets above the main square with its strange church take you into another world. Traditional houses with genuine residents (i.e., not holiday homes), people with cats and dogs willing to pass the time of day with passers by.... More
In the afternoon we walked along the colourful Trieste waterfront and marina for the ferry to Muggia. The classy ferry more resembled a wealthy person’s fun boat, making the voyage all the more enjoyable. We had a very pleasant stroll around Muggia historic centre, having a coffee and some refreshments in the lovely main square. The Duomo is magnificent with... More
Oh, wow... what can I say about Muggia? Even in the rain, the trip over on the ferry boat was so nice. There were only a few other passengers other than our group of 7. Walking in Muggia was awe-inspring. The narrow streets, the cobblestone streets - I felt like I was in 14th century Italy.. THIS is truly an... More
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