Travel to Trieste

By Air

National flights via Milan, Rome and Genoa. International flights via Milan and Rome (Alitalia); direct flights from Munich (Air Dolomiti - Lufthansa); direct flights from London and Birmingham (Ryanair); direct flights from Belgrade (Jat); direct flights from Tirana and Prishtina (BelleAir).

The International Airport of Ronchi dei Legionari  is 33km north of the city centre. A bus service (number 51) runs to the airport from Trieste's bus station (next to the railway station). Weekdays buses leave at 5 minutes and 35 minutes past the hour however on Sundays the service is every 1 to 2 hours. The bus takes about 55 minutes, a taxi (around 50 euro) takes 30-35 minutes. Tickets can be bought from a machine in the airport terminal. You can also take a train from Trieste station to Monfalcone (approximately 25 minutes) and take a short bus / taxi ride to the airport.

The airport is just off the A4 Trieste-Venice motorway (Redipuglia exit). Long and short-stay car parks are available.

Monfalcone Railway Station - located some 5 km from the airport on the Trieste-Venice railway line - can be reached by Local Transport service APT Bus 10, running every 20/25 minutes.

The public transport company APT operates bus and coach services linking the airport with:

•    Gorizia: Coach 1 and other services in connection with Coach 51

•    Monfalcone: Bus 10

•    Udine: Coach 51 (also non-stop via the motorway)

•    Trieste: Coach 51

Tickets can be purchased at city bus/coach stations or at the airport: in the Arrivals Hall, with an automatic machine for selfticketing and at the Post Office.

Taxis are available outside the Arrivals hall from 08.00 to 24.00.

By Bus

Local routes include Udine, Grado, San Candido/Innichen

At the Trieste Coach Station, bus and coach connections to several