After Venice, we stopped for one evening in the port city of Trieste, Italy. Since it was Easter Sunday, not too much was open so we really only got a brief view of the city. It is a very pretty part of Italy with a lot of history. It was super windy and cold on Easter Sunday, so that's why we look like we are freezing in most of these pictures!
|Fratelli La Bufala Trieste, Italy|
Out of the pier in Trieste, Italy. Historically, Trieste was a very prosperous Mediterranean port, and under the Austro-Hungarian Empire, she became the fourth largest city after Vienna, Budapest and Prague. Today, the region encompassing Trieste is the wealthiest in all of Italy.
|Cold and windy!|
|Main square in Trieste, Italy|
|In Trieste, we rode one of the only remaining European trolleys.|
|A view of Trieste, Italy after a trolley ride up the steep mountain.|
|Reece got some great shots of Trieste. Cannot wait to see them.|