What To Do In Trieste This June 2024

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by InTrieste

June in Trieste sees the Friuli Venezia Giulia capital’s many outdoor festivals kick off for the summer. We list here some of the best things to do and places to go in June in the city by the Adriatic, with a tip for each day of the month.

1 June. Indulge in the best Austrian dessert in town at the newly opened ‘Sacher’ cafe in via Dante.
2 June. Celebrate Festa della Repubblica by enjoying Conservatory Tartini’s free concert in Piazza Unità tonight at 9 pm.
3 June. Savor your Monday capo-in-b in Piazza Barbacan.

4 June. Watch tonight’s magnificent sunset from Molo Audace.
5 June. Go for an early evening bike ride on the cycle path Cottur.
6 June. Enjoy a walk and a picnic in Parco Farnetto.

Wildflowers in Trieste’s Farneto woods

7 June. Visit the crowd-free Revoltella Museum but book your trip in advance.
8 June. Take Delfino Verde to Muggia and spend the day exploring the beautiful town by the sea.
9 June. How about a dip in the very famous Trieste beach Pedocin?

A view of Pedocin beach. Photo credits Bora.la

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11 June. Grab a bargain at the antique market Mercato dei Tritoni in Piazza V Veneto (open 8 am- 8 pm).

12 June. Catch a spectacular view over Trieste from Opicina Obelisk.
13 June. Enjoy a multicultural aperitivo at Bar Tergesteo (piazza Verdi) from 7 pm on. Laughs, drinks and great company guaranteed!
14 June. Dress up and go see “La Porta Divisoria” at the Verdi theater tonight at 8 pm.
15 June. Take the kids to see Immaginario Scientifico.

Molo IV

16 June. There is no better place for sunset watching than the Molo IV.
17 June. Spend the day with your dog at Fido Lido in Muggia.
18 June. Have a sunset drink with friends at beach side bar Barachin de Barcola.

Lignano. Photo credits Regione FVG

19 June. Enjoy one of FVG’s blue flag beaches for a relaxing day by the sea.
20 June. Don’t miss a trip to Trieste’s Rose Garden in San Giovanni neighborhood.
21 June. For a cultural trip out of town, visit Udine and its Municipal Museums.

Rosandra Valley

22 June. Spend the longest day of the year hiking the beautiful Val Rosandra.
23 June. Watch the bonfires of St Giovanni from belvedere in Conconello.
24 June. A beautiful walk under the moon? Look no further than the Castello Miramare

25 June. Take a walk on Napoleonica trail and visit the enigmatic Monte Grisa temple. 
26 June. For a sweet treat near Mercato Coperto, stop by ‘Charlotte’s’ in via della Maiolica, 3b.
27 June. Enjoy an evening out in osmiza. For open osmizas this season visit their website.
28 June. If you’re looking for adventure, try the Europe’s longest zip line ‘Flying in the Sky’ in Sauris.


29 June. Spend the day exploring Aquileia and its rich history.
30 June. Rent a SUP at Sistiana Beach Caravella and take in the scenic views surrounding the beaches.

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