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We have spent five nights in Muggia and as pleasant a town as it is that is far too long.
It is a nice town with tight, shaded alleyways and lovely clear water at the docks and makeshift beaches (they have no proper beaches here...More
I often take a bike from Slovenia, Koper on Parenzana bike trail to take a coffee in Muggia /Milje. When I visited it for the first time it reminds me little on Dubrovnik, specially when entering through wall gates. Nice place the old town.
Muggia is very quiet little countryside. There are many nice views of the sea. With very nice little square, beautiful thin streets... also you can go swim and have a nice time on the sun in muggia beach. Relax and take it easy. This is...More
Muggia is a lovely little town where to spend a couple of hours walking around the main square and the little harbour. It is full of cafes where to stop and have a drink, and most of the part near the harbour is pedestrian only,...More
It's definitely worth taking the ferry from the waterfront in Trieste - it take 30 mins to get to Muggia and for less than €5 you get the best views of Trieste. But even in May, there were queues, so best to do this early...More
Muggia has a quaint old town with plenty of unusual shops and great little places to eat and drink. The atmosphere is quiet and relaxed and it overlooks a working port. The old town has little winding alleys, an old church and a small town...More
We came especially to Trieste because of the publicity regarding Barcolana Week preparations. It turned out that the stalls were just being constructed, so so much for that idea. Instead, we thought about taking the Trieste double-decker tourist bus to see the sites, but it...More
We took the boat to Muggia and the minute we stepped off, the skies opened and it rained cats and dogs. We made a dash to covering and finally made it to a restaurant by the harbor that said it was closed. The owner directed...More