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Torri d'Europa, Trieste

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  • Perfect for making a visit and go shopping on weekdays. Many stores well matched, ample space for dining choice.
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  • I have been to this mall to browse it, for future openings. Right away I noticed great shops like Legea, a bit hidden on the second floor, the sale of local products from Puglia, ovs, plus and many others. And to not finish even on the space for the cinema. I highly recommend you spend.
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  • We held twice already birthday parties for our children to "Happy Mall" towers of Europe "Breaks" in Trieste. We were never lovers of this type of solution, as we have seen (also invited other families) that children do not socialize, you scalmanano on ribs (which I honestly don't know how much they can be cleaned and disinfected) and eating and drinking on the run, screaming and sweating in an environment not always hygienic, with parents intent not to get hurt , or relegated to a numbered box to chat with each other. But all in all it is a convenient, especially for those who do not have a big house or a garden or with a space suited to welcome the many children and their parents. For this reason, came back this year. But we were served very badly and at a price much higher than the previous years (later we learned that management has changed). The buffet was gross. Small rolls with a slice of ham thin, dry and nacreous little reassuring; Cold Pizza and "paperboard", terrine of chips and cheese blown (which cost nothing ...). To drink plain water (putting into account but served in ... jug will tap? Will mineral? Will be purified?), and the usual drinks (a few). Also we were charged (unlike the previous management) all little brothers and sisters in tow. A disgrace! But how do you charge to households for the brothers in tow, if invited? I mean, I just won't go back more, but we will try to advise their friends at school and games not to have parties at this place. Parents, try to look for solutions more cute, maybe in church halls where, admittedly, everyone has to cater for all (cleaning included) but the holidays are more "human", more "old-fashioned" and perhaps more opportunities for our children. Maybe you can arrange entertainers or makeup artists. Tell me that museums begin to organize birthday parties (Immaginario Scientifico) as in many other cities. It is also a cultural issue.
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  • Many cool stores in this shopping centre. Toilets are clean. Only 2 atm machines and only 1 working. Parking fee is 0.40€ per hour. Choice of food on the last floor is not enough especially for vegetarians and vegans.. also too noisy with loud music all around so you can barely hear what you're saying.
  • Very good shopping center. Usually very crowded.
  • Nothing else then Italian, even the machines at Coop just spoke italian :(
  • A big shopping mall. It probably has the biggest supermaket in the town.
  • Biggest shopping center in Trieste. Parking is not free.