Trieste, Italy2018-08-07T17:26:00+00:00

Trieste, Italy

Trieste, Italy is a pleasant, beautiful city with mixed cultural influences, thanks to its proximity to Slovenia. Located between sea and mountain in northern Italy, the city is known worldwide for having an incredible calendar of cultural activities throughout the year, and for having hosted artists such as James Joyce, Italo Svevo, Ernest Hemingway and Umberto Saba.

Trieste has a special charm; an air of history is enjoyed in any of its many cafes while admiring the sea, and having a glass of prosecco while you practice Italian.

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Istituto Venezia proposes 6 top experiences in Trieste, Italy

1
Synagogue

“One of the most important, and profoundly beautiful synagogues in Italy”

2
Piazza dell’Unità d’Italia

“Italy’s largest sea-facing piazza”

3
Castello di Miramare

“The fanciful neo-Gothic home of the Archduke Maximilian of Austria with stunning views”

4
Bagni comunali Lanterna

“The legendary Trieste beach, a must see”

5
Barcola

“A neighbourhood of beaches and long promenades”

6
Civico Museo della Risiera di San Sabba

“An Italian concentration camp musem”

Discover Trieste and learn Italian at the same time!

Since 2005, Istituto Venezia has offered in depth Italian classes in the city of Trieste. The school focuses on the four main communication tools – oral comprehension, writing, reading and conversation – in groups and/or individual courses, which are perfectly suited to the needs of each student.

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City hopping with TANDEM International

We offer combined Italian courses in different locations. You can start your Italian course in Istituto Venezia, Venice and Trieste, and continue in one of our partner schools in Milan, Florence and Rome.

Do not hesitate to contact us for more details about our discounts for combined courses!

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Going to Italy is like a feast for all five senses. It has a rich history of famous artists, actors, and explorers, and it is an expressive culture with deep familial and ancient roots.

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Millions of people travel to Italy just to hear one of the most beautiful languages ever spoken. Though Italian is considered a Romance language due to its ties to the Roman Empire, many people consider Italian a romantic language for other reasons.

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