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Viale XX Settembre, Trieste

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  • take the viale XX Settembre (or contrada of the aqueduct called once) means to know the city of Trieste. Starting from fontana del mascherone up the stairs you can observe and admire the buildings from different periods that show the history and development of this town used the port of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. You can admire many styles different from one another but nicely settled among them. But we cannot fail to notice that there are bars and pubs that from spring into fall welcome passersby with their tables and multicolored umbrellas that invite you to stop and eat. And in the evening the Avenue is filled with playful and boisterous young bar. As you get towards the end the climate becomes more silent and the road gives way to the many cars that stop (and the area is rather neglected), and the area where they are almost all community centers is tightly. Too bad because it would be nice that the Avenue to become completely pedestrianised: it would create a broad road that is reminding Spanish loaded with life and cheer the ramblas. And certain buildings which are now kept in the darkness of parked cars would be seen in all their glory
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  • A long tree-lined pedestrian Avenue tucked between thoroughfares in the city center of Trieste: there you can stroll unhurriedly, folding groups of youngsters from schools, ladies sitting around talking, retirees aimlessly. Must sit for an ice cream (not missing), with the option of walking or Cone (and why not?) a quick snack, maybe. A few laps up and down, like the real Trieste, without haste, for what elsewhere is called "liston" or "swag" and instead is called (with obvious appeal to tradition.) "tanks". Highly recommended to the tourists hit and run, between visits to museums, churches and monuments.
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  • Trieste be sure to "bella passeggiata" viale, a pedestrian-only Street, with shops, restaurants, ice cream parlors, pubs, all with lots of charm!!
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