Sauerkraut in Italy? Discover Trieste and its Austro-Hungarian history!

Imagine going to Italy and being served sauerkraut with pork rather than pasta and pizza! It could happen in Triest: This small, seaside city was once part of the Austro-Hungarian empire – and you’ll find its history reflected everywhere in its architecture and cuisine. Join DW reporter Meggin Leigh on her trip to Trieste on Italy’s Adriatic Coast!

00:00 Intro
00:22 Coffee at Antico Caffé Torinese
00:54 Piazza Unità d’Italia
01:16 Piazza della Borsa
01:32 Teatro Romano di Trieste
02:52 Arco di Riccardo
03:43 Old Town
04:18 Lunch at Buffet da Pepi restaurant
05:39 Grand Canal and the memorial of James Joyce
06:52 La Bomboniera pastry shop
07:47 Miramare castle

Report: Meggin Leigh
Camera: Riccardo Dussi
Edit: Karsten Raetsch
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