There are three Hospitals
- Cattinara Hospital
- Maggiore Hospital
- IRCCS Burlo Garofolo Hospital
The biggest one is Cattinara and it's even the farthest. In this hospital there is also the Faculty of Medicine. There is a library with a computer lab and a canteen where you can have lunch. Maggiore hospital is in the city center. Here there are other departments like Infectious diseases, Haematology, Oncology, Dermatology... IRCCS Burlo is the paediatrics hospital and it's quite well know around here. Here there's also the department of Gynecology.
If you want to check on Google maps these are the addresses:
Cattinara Strada di Fiume, 447 34149 Trieste
Ospedale Maggiore Piazza dell'Ospitale, 2 34125 Trieste
IRCCS Burlo Garofolo Via dell'Istria, 65 34137 Trieste
Counteracting Ageing and inducing cardiac regeneration - International Centre for Genetic engineering and biotechnologies
Identification of molecular and cellular features genomics in order to personalize immunosuppressive or chemiotherapic therapy in pediatric patients- Joint venture between the department of pharmacology and the childrenìs hospital.
The Schloß Miramar was built between 1856 and 1860 from a project by Carl Junker working under Archduke Maximilian. The Castle gardens provide a setting of beauty with a variety of trees. Features of particular attraction in the gardens include two ponds, one noted for its swans and the other for lotus flowers, the Castle annexe ("Castelletto"), a bronze statue of Maximilian, and a small chapel where is kept a cross made from the remains of the "Novara", the flagship on which Maximilian, brother of Emperor Franz Josef, set sail to become Emperor of Mexico.
Castle of San Giusto
Designed on the remains of previous castles on the site, it took almost two centuries to build. The stages of the development of the Castle's defensive structures are marked by the central part built under Frederick III (1470-1), the round Venetian bastion (1508-9), the Hoyos-Lalio bastion and the Pomis, or "Bastione fiorito" dated 1630.
Trieste or Tergeste, which dates back to the protohistoric period, was enclosed by walls built in 33–32 BC on Emperor Octavian’s orders. The city developed greatly during the 1st and 2nd centuries. The Roman theatre lies at the foot of the San Giusto hill, facing the sea. The construction partially exploits the gentle slope of the hill, and much of the theatre is made of stone. The topmost portion of the amphitheatre steps and the stage were supposedly made of wood. The statues that adorned the theatre, brought back to light in the 1930s, are now preserved at the Town Museum. Three inscriptions from the Trajan period mention a certain Q. Petronius Modestus, someone closely connected to the development of the theatre, which was erected during the second half of the 1st century.
Piazza Unità d'Italia
It's the biggest european open square on the sea. From there you can see wonderful sunsets.
there are many seasides near the city, but the nearest from the city center is Barcola, to go there you can take the Bus number 36 from Piazza Oberdan
There are many museums check them here --->
Markets & Shopping
In the city there are 2 Malls:
- Torri d'Europa bus n°8-14
- Il Giulia bus n° 6-9-35
the main shopping street is Corso Italia, there are a lot of different shops there. but there are a lot of pedonal streets full of shops where you can buy everithing you need