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Holiday rentals in Trieste
The territory of Trieste, both seaside and mountainous, allows a well differentiated solution of housing arrangements. For this reason there is no lack of independent proposals and portions of villas with gardens. You can choose one of these holiday rentals in Trieste to enjoy the utmost tranquility. You will find them a few kilometres from thecentre, along the coast or Napoleonic roads, with sea view, in a beautiful natural setting.
If you opt for a letting solution among the holiday rentals in Trieste, you will have comfortable spaces furnished in a contemporary style, bright, with reserved parking in the heart of the city, all well served by public transport and close to clubs and restaurants. Choose your holiday letting in Trieste and leave for a stay from the many tourist offers.
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Location and orientation
Trieste is the capital of Friuli-Venezia Giulia. Bathed by the Adriatic Sea, it is one of the most important ports and maritime hubs in Italy. It owes its fame as a Central European city to the short distance that separates it from the border with Slovenia and the Istrian peninsula. From Trieste you can easily reach Ljubljana and the tourist destinations of Croatia.
Lying on a hilly slope, Trieste rises between the sea and the mountains. It faces the Gulf of Trieste and is located at the foot of the Karst plateau. A unique context that allows you to combine, by renting a holiday letting in Trieste, a seaside holiday with a naturalistic one. From Trieste you can also reach several very interesting Italian locations, such as Cividale and Aquileia, or popular seaside destinations such as Grado.
Travellers and related activities
In Trieste the quality of life is very high and the cultural offer very rich. Defined as a Central European city, which looks to the northern capitals without losing the Italian warmth, offers tourists beautiful views, historical monuments of great charm, open and lively squares and a carefully planned program of festivals, concerts and artistic initiatives that satisfy not only the Triestines but also travellers who stay in the city for a few days or for longer periods.
The Karst offers great suggestions to walkers and climbers more or less experienced. From paths for everyone like the Napoleonic one, which connects the Opicina Obelisk to Prosecco, to more challenging routes like the one that goes from Prosecco to the square of Monte Grisa to the Via Crucis and the Nicolò Cobolli path, the breathtaking view of the Gulf of Trieste enchants anyone who admires it. And the rocky walls of Napoleon, the Amalfi Coast and Sistiana reserve for climbing experts a suggestive gym for its wild aspect.
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Renting a holiday letting in Trieste you will breathe all the charm of the city walking among the monuments of thecentre. The stratification of the testimonies of different epochs is perfectly integrated in this city. A walk between Piazza Unità d'Italia, the Molo Audace, the Grand Canal, Piazza Verdi, Piazza della Borsa and the Galleria Tergesteo, the Cathedral of San Giusto, the Roman Theatre, the old town with the Piazzetta Cavana, the Revoltella Museum will immerse you in the heart of Trieste.
Surrounded by a lush park, the Castle of Miramare is located in a panoramic position, overlooking the sea, on top of the promontory Grignano and dominates the city, which is about ten kilometres. Built by Ferdinand Maximilian of Hapsburg and Charlotte of Belgium, it is a luxurious noble residence with original furnishings. A place where you can spend a day with an aristocratic flavour, within the walls and gardens of a real architectural jewel.
A not very demanding walk in a unique context. You'll breathe history and poetry. The trail is dedicated to the Austrian poet Rainer Maria Rilke, who was a guest at Duino Castle and wrote his "Elegie duinesi" there. You will walk between steep and white cliffs and natural terraces, obtained from ancient shooting stations of the Second World War, in an enchanting path overlooking the sea.
The Karst offers special itineraries for bike lovers. The 30 km long Mediterranean crossing connects Arusina to Val Rosandra and offers beautiful views of the sea. The Muggesana crossing, on the other hand, is 11 kilometres long and can also be covered on foot or on horseback, connecting Punta Slim to the suggestive Noghere lakes.
The Rosandra Valley is a sensational landscape: its walls overlooking the sea and the caves of the territory will leave you breathless. If you are passionate about sport climbing, this is the ideal place: its cliffs will give you great satisfaction.