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Caught the weekend 41 bus at the right side inner circle in front of the train station. Bought the tickets at the Tabacci inside the station. The ride alone was exhilarating! As an earlier reviewer said, after ten o'clock the trails start getting populated.
I was at Trieste for a conference and initially planned on taking the bus to Triglav for a hike, unfortunately, my schedule didn't allow for it but the hike at Val Rosandra Reserve made up for it! It was only a 30 minutes bus ride...More
This place became my favorite place to visit in Trieste! The perfect getaway from the city noise or just to connect with nature. It is easy to get there. Take bus #41 in via Carducci 5, it comes every 30 to 40 m. Make sure...More
It's easy to get to Val Rosandra. But first, get the hiking map from the tourist office on the piazza Unita. I took bus 40 from the train station but I'm told bus 41 is also an option. Get off at Bagnoli della Rosandro Teatro....More
Travelling through Trieste to Croatia, stumbled across this place on google maps. I was stunned, such natural beauty.
After visiting I could only recommend to everyone who’s near Trieste. The waterfall is spectacular, you can swim under which is awesome! There is also a small...More
What an amazing place to go hinking in the mountains! If you're staying in Trieste, you should definitely make a daytrip to this hidden reserve. The hiking trails are well accessible for everyone, even with children, exept for wheelchairs or prems. If you're a bit...More
Very Mediterranean place - mountains (400 m height, but real mountains) just near the sea. A pleasant area, ideal for a walk. However, be prudent, some parts of the way are not very easy. Try to identify the fragments of the Roman pipes, for the...More
Went here for a walk with our daughter of 3. Got the information we could do the loop nr. 2 in approx two hours with our daughter. Although we do regular walks with our daughter this was a bit optimistic. Walking 6k with 300m elevation...More
Hi Terry. In the very next of the railway station you have to search either for the 40 or 41 bus stop. The buses reach directly Val Rosandra. It takes about 30 minutes. Tickets you can buy inside the railway station (there's... More
Hi Terry. In the very next of the railway station you have to search either for the 40 or 41 bus stop. The buses reach directly Val Rosandra. It takes about 30 minutes. Tickets you can buy inside the railway station (there's a newspaperstand) or by using an automatic machine located in the square in front of the station's main entrance. Be advised the time table is due to changes during weekend.