Trieste Centrale

  Piazza LIbertà     more than a year ago
Trieste's central train station was opened in 1857 upon the completion of the famed Vienna-Trieste railway line, while the bright yellow Neo-Renaissance structure that can be seen today dates from 1878. The facilities were renovated and expanded in 2007, and now include a supermarket, bookshop, pharmacy and other shops, as well as a special lounge for Eurostar passengers. There are frequent direct links to most major Italian cities, and many more domestic destinations are available via connections in Venice. Internationally, direct connections are possible to many German and Austrian cities, as well as Zagreb, Budapest, Bucharest and Moscow to the east.


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