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Take part in Triestespresso Expo 2024 and experience the magic of Trieste

Capital of coffee for over three hundred years, rich in history, art and culture, Trieste has always been the “bridge” between the West and Central Europe.

Multiethnic city, it gathers and preserves testimonies and places of worship of all religions.

The luck of Trieste? Its harbor, which became pivotal in the economy of the eighteenth century, thanks to the Austro-Hungarian Empire, the same harbor that from 24 to 26 October 2024 will host the tenth edition of Triestespresso Expo.

Dynamic, sparkling, surprising: Trieste means also shopping, entertainment, good food and breathtaking sunsets. Capital of the eponymous province, the smallest in Italy, Trieste and the area of ​​its Gulf feature several environmental and cultural treasures such as the Karst area, the Timavo river and the Miramare Castle.

And, of course, for coffee lovers a visit to the many historic places in the center is a must.

Whether you’re sipping espresso at the historical cafè, exploring the city’s coffee roasting heritage, or simply indulging in the aromatic pleasures of Trieste’s coffee culture, every moment in this enchanting city is sure to delight the senses of any coffee lover.

Why not explore the hidden gems of a city rich in culture and history like Trieste? Begin your journey in one of its most iconic squares, Piazza dell’Unità d’Italia, where Caffè degli Specchi, a meeting point for creative minds for over a century, welcomes you with its timeless charm.

Continuing along the coast, Teatro Lirico Giuseppe Verdi will surprise you with its beauty, while Caffè Tommaseo invites you to an aperitif in its refined atmosphere, a tribute to Trieste of yesteryears.

You can’t visit Trieste without exploring its more intimate streets, where Caffè Pasticceria Stella Polare and Pasticceria Pirona offer delights for the palate and inspiration for the soul.


Finally, treat yourself to a stop at the Antico Caffè San Marco, where writer Claudio Magris found his second home, immersed in his art and surrounded by a community of like-minded individuals. It was here that a meeting place for intellectuals was born, where they gathered to read newspapers and engage in discussions about politics, art, and culture. Among the most regular visitors were Italo Svevo, Umberto Saba, James Joyce, Gianni Stuparich, Virgilio Giotti, and young irredentists.

Combine business with pleasure: take part in Triestespresso Expo 2024 and experience the magic of Trieste.

For tourist information, see the Turismo FVG website.

Info and support: info@triestespresso.it

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