Via Torino - City center

For up to 6 People

About the Accommodation

Welcome to our apartment in Via Torino 22! Forget the car, feel free to walk in the city center, enjoy the seaside steps close! The apartment is sunny, spacious and well organized. Enjoy the relax area, and recharge the energies before living the Triestin movida. Would you like to enjoy the night life? Right outside the apartment the Triestin movida is waiting for you: via Torino is full of trendy restaurants, bar and clubs. We'll be also happy to guide you with local tips!

Our spacious apartment is located at the first floor of a building from the early nineteenth century, protected by the Fine Arts and equipped with an elevator. You'll find two bedrooms (a double room and a room with two single beds), a kitchen, a bathroom with toilet and small sink (called "bathroom alla triestina"), a second bathroom with shower and sink, a small living room with TV and sofa bed, a reading corner overlooking Via Torino and a small covered patio.

Address: Via Torino 22, 34123 Trieste, Italy

Size: 110.0 m², 4 Rooms, 2 Bedrooms, 1 Bathroom

Beds: 2 Single beds, 1 Double bed, 1 Sofa bed

Prices: 300 EUR / Night

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Classificazione: Unità Abitativa Ammobiliata ad Uso Turistico - 2 stelle


  • Towels and bed sheets
  • TV
  • Heating
  • Internet
  • Hair dryer
  • Balcony
  • Hangers
  • Smoking not allowed
  • Cookware
  • Freezer
  • Dining Table
  • Toilet paper and soap
  • Cable TV
  • Kitchen
  • Wireless internet
  • Washing machine
  • Shampoo
  • Iron
  • High chair
  • Coffee machine
  • Microwave


The apartment, entirely reserved for guests, is located at the first floor of an historical building totally renovated with lift. There are no architectural barriers, but the lift is very small.

It is wonderful to be in the heart of the nightlife, but keep in mind that some noise could come from the street until late night.

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 € 1.50 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 and is not included in the amount you are paying online.

Self check-in is possible.


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. 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, get off the garbage. 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!


Via Torino, recently renewed, has quickly become one of the local nightlife centers, thanks to pubs, breweries and restaurants with meat, fish and local specialties (boiled meat, cooked ham and tasty blue fish). Whether for a "rebechìn", a happy hour or a dinner with friends, the area is rich in life and events, and it's very appreciated by young local people who meet here to spend the spare time.

We suggest to start the day with a breakfast at the bar on the ground floor at Eataly, Illy branded: with a splendid view of the sea and the moored boats you will find the energy to start your great day! Are you wandering something delicious? At Mug (Piazza Hortis) you can have breakfast with cupcakes, brownies and smoothies in a really tasty place!


You won't really have to struggle to find a place to eat: our favorite places are in Via Torino & surroudings! To taste some typical dishes, we recommend to take a table at Siora Rosa, a historic trattoria since 1921, or at the nearby Le Botti: simply let the staff guide you for a genuine taste experience (many natives go there to eat). Also in via Torino, we point out DRAW, a very trendy place with exclusively raw dishes, and PURO, perfect both for eating and having a cocktail. Absolutely to report: Le Barettine for fish dishes a few steps away: their raw appetizer will amaze you!


From Via Torino you can walk towards Piazza Unità in two ways: walking in the middle of the elegant buildings in Cavana, where it will be really difficult not to give in to a spritz aperol or a prosecco, or walking along the sea, with the elegant buildings on one side and the swaying boats on the other. A stop at Pier The Roof is a must, right on the pier next to Eataly: on the ground floor you will find a fish restaurant, and on the rooftop a cocktail & fried fish place (ok this is definitely the top, let us know).


Warning: Via Torino is a pedestrian street, therefore it is not possible to reach the main door by car.

From the train station it is possible to reach the apartment keeping the sea always on your right side, with a 20 minute walk, or 5 minutes by car. Via Torino is located almost at the end of the shores and you can already have some wonderful views of the city center!

You can park the car in the blue car parks along the banks (on fee, free from 8 PM to 8 AM and on holidays): the cheapest are located between Eataly and the Ausonia bathing establishment. You can also look for a place in Via Diaz and Via Cadorna, but keep in mind that the center is very coveted by all the inhabitants! With a seven-minute walk you can also find Parking San Giusto, located behind Piazza Unità.

Once you park your car, you can forget it: all the city attractions are within walking distance!

Via Torino is also connected to the station by public transport line 8, with a stop in front of the Salone degli Incanti, while you can go to the sea at Barcola with line 80 from Piazza Tommaseo (on Trieste Trasporti website you will find all the timetables!).

In front of the Salone degli Incanti there is also a station for City Bikes rentals :)