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Caffè San Marco

Recommandé par 45 habitants · Prix estimé 2 sur 4 ·

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Michael
Michael
October 14, 2019
One of the most prestigious historical cafés. The Viennese style grand café is an ideal place to hang out and have some coffee and cake - or even an aperitivo in a very classy but still relaxed atmosphere. Can be combined with a visit to the impressive Synagogue (the second largest in Europe) that…
Lea
Lea
September 11, 2019
Historical caffe in Trieste opened in 1914 and famous as a meeting point for the city’s intellectuals and young students. But those are not the only guests: in fact, it housed young irredentists, and functioned as a laboratory for producing fake passports to allow the escape of anti-Austrian…
Elena
Elena
February 13, 2019
Art, culture, food, music and dance
Dani
Dani
April 10, 2018
Italo Svevo & James Joyce (who were friends - Joyce encouraged Italo Svevo in his writing, read his writing & put him in contact with a French editor) wrote and sat at Antico Caffé San Marco.
Giacomo
Giacomo
January 20, 2018
historic coffee. Very ancient with an atmosphere of the gone times. Not possible to miss it when in Trieste. Closed on monday

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Emplacement
18 Via Cesare Battisti
Trieste, Friuli-Venezia Giulia 34125
Téléphone+39 040 064 1724
Réservations
Oui
Cartes de crédit
Oui
Places assises à l'extérieur
Oui
Musique
Musique live
Wifi
Oui
Menus
Brunch, déjeuner, dîner, happy hour
Boissons
Bar complet, cocktails
Possibilités de restauration
Pas de livraison
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