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The town and port of Mali Losinj is located in the Primorje-Gorski Kotar County on the island of Losinj in the west of Croatia. Due to its warm climate, new hotels and resorts and lovely beaches the town and surrounding area is popular with tourists. Located on the south east coast of Losinj island, the town lies at the bottom of a V-shaped harbour and has a number of 19th century former sea captains' houses that line the seafront of the pretty town. Despite the large numbers of tourists in the city, it has managed to retain some of its charm and atmosphere. The city's resort hotels are mainly located outside of the town. The region began to gain in popularity in the 19th century when the wealthy from Vienna and Budapest started to build villas and luxurious hotels around the Cikat. Some of these buildings still remain but most of the current crop of hotels are modern buildings, surrounded by pine forests that cover the coves and the region's pretty beaches.
From the town's port, ferries depart to other destinations in Croatia and to Italy, including Venice.
The Italian city of Trieste is located at the edge of north east Italy and is situated close to the border with Slovenia and lies on the Adriatic Sea coast. The city is one of Italy's most unique with is former grandeur still in evidence today with is grand buildings complete with neoclassical facades. Despite the grandeur on display, the city is frequently overlooked by visitors who choose instead to visit other Italian cities that have a more established tourist infrastructure such as Venice, which is around 160 km to the west of Trieste. The city is a great place to be based in order to explore this part of Italy's coast but the city itself has a number of tourist attractions, museums, ancient Roman remains and some lovely cafes and restaurants in which to relax. Many of the city's most popular attractions are located in the medieval quarter of the Old Town and one attraction that is hard to miss is the Basilica di San Silvestro as it sits on top of the Colle Capitolino hill. Also in the city is the impressive 14th century Trieste Cathedral which is found overlooking the Piazza della Cattedrale.