Mihaela Apartment is undoubtedly one of our best apartments: it is located near the station but also close to the center and is equipped with everything needed to accommodate up to six people! In fact it consists of two double bedrooms, a double sofa bed in the living room and two complete bathrooms, both with shower.
The kitchen also lacks nothing: large family fridge, dishwasher, washing machine and really everything needed for cooking.
Thanks to the free wifi and the huge 50" smart TV, even the coldest and rainy days will have a pleasant time, while the air conditioning will cool the hottest nights!!
The apartment is located in a historic building without a lift, at the second floor.
Address: Via Udine 4, 34132 Trieste, Italy
Size: 90.0 m², 3 Rooms, 2 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms
Beds: 2 Double beds, 1 Sofa bed
Prices: 80 EUR - 300 EUR / Night
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Classificazione: Unità Abitativa Ammobiliata ad Uso Turistico - 3 stelle
The apartment, entirely reserved for guests, is located at the second floor of an historical building without lift.
For two guests we prepare the double bed by default. If you want separate beds please let us know first! We will be happy to let you find all the beds ready for free!
Upon check-in, you will be required to show an identity document of all guests.
The tourist tax is € 2.00 per person per night for the first 5 nights. Minors, residents, law enforcement officers on duty are exempt. The amount is to be paid upon check-in.
Self check-in is possible.
DURING THE STAY
If during your stay something does not work or does not go well, report it immediately! We'll be happy to help!
Remember that you are in a private building! Respect the rest hours from 9 PM to 8 AM and from 1 PM to 4 PM. In winter do not raise the temperature above 20 ° C, and in summer not below 23°C. Do not leave objects (suitcases, bicycles) in the common areas.
Smoking is forbidden. It is forbidden to organize parties and welcome unmarked guests.
Checkout is within 10 AM. Make sure you don't forget anything (especially cell phone chargers!), turn off the lights and all devices. Close the windows.
Don't forget to leave us a review on the portals and on our Facebook page. Your opinion is very important to us: critics encourage us to improve and compliments are always accepted! :)
When you assign the stars try to be objective: if it has been raining all the time it is not our fault!
We recommend to start your day with breakfast at Novak bakery, located right in front of the door. This bakery is specialized in typical local sweets, and prepares bread and other delicacies using ancient grains, hemp flour and other specialties. In summer you can also buy lunch boxes perfect to take to the sea. For € 2.00 you can get an organic coffee and a sweet. The red-haired girl behind the counter will be able to recommend the most delicious products, tell her that you are our guests!
With a pleasant 8-minute walk you can then reach Canal Grande, crossing Borgo Teresiano area. Borgo Teresiano was built by Maria Teresa in the mid-nineteenth century on ancient salt pans to expand the city in full development and is characterized by the presence of elegant square buildings, where most of the city's studios and offices are located. In the midst of these buildings there is the splendid Lutheran Evangelical Church, in gothic style, white in color. An unexpected sight!
Simply continuing straight ahead, you can reach the pedestrian area of Ponterosso, up to Canal Grande. There you will find a very modern bridge, made of steel and glass: it is the Joyce Bridge, called "ponte curto" (short bridge) by the natives. This name comes from a funny happening: at the end of its construction in 2012, when it was time to place the last tile, it turned out that wrong measurements had been taken, and the bridge had been designed too short!
Along your walk towards Piazza Unità you will meet some places that we would like to point out:
- (second) breakfast: La Bomboniera (Via XXX Ottobre, 3; historic pastry shop in Trieste), Viezzoli (Via Cassa di Risparmio, 7; trendy, opens at 7), Pasticceria Maritani (Piazza Nicolò Tommaseo, 3; the most prestigious pastry shop of Friuli Venezia Giulia)
- lunch time: Buffet Da Rudy (Via Valdirivo, 32), Buffet Da Pepi (Via Cassa di Risparmio, 3): two historic places perfect for tasting local dishes
- happy hour: 040 Social Food: with a little luck you can grab a table on the floating platform in the Canal and enjoy a breathtaking aperitif at sunset!
We strongly recommend a stop for an ice cream at Zampolli ice cream parlor, a few steps from the apartment: it is a historic ice cream parlor in the city that offers more than forty different flavors of ice cream. The queue of people in front of the entrance from morning until late evening indicates that a bit of waiting is worth it! Let us know!
It is not possible to park in Via Udine.
You can park 450 meters far, at Parking Saba Silos (near the train station) or at Parking Foro Ulpiano near the Court, with fees starting from € 1.60/h. Through Sabait.it website it is possible to book a parking space in advance and take advantage of excellent discounts. Alternatively, with a little luck, you can find a spot in the neighborhood: just pay attention to the road signs!
You can then move by feet to reach the main attractions!