Corso Umberto Saba, 6 - TRIESTE (TS)
After our first experience as hosts with "Il Viandante di Trieste" (you can read the reviews on Booking) we decided to embark on this new adventure.
In an historic building sponsored by the Fine Arts and built in 1855 on a project by the architect Giovanni Degasperi, we have the pleasure of hosting you at the "Fermata del Viandante". Three large suites of 40 squared meters with exposed beams and equipped with all comforts: private bathroom, kitchenette (sink, refrigerator, microwave, Nespresso coffee machine with welcome pods); located on the third and top floor, served by the lift and with disabled access.
The splendid building, to note the wooden door with bas-reliefs from the 19th century and the facade with bay window, is a strategic starting point for visiting the center of Trieste; the nearby Piazza Goldoni is in fact one of the fundamental hubs of the city (buses: 01, 06, 10, 20, 36, 44, etc.), on foot instead in just 5 minutes you get to Piazza dell'Unità d'Italia, the largest square in Europe overlooking the sea.
To visit the city, we provide a mini guide "home-made", where you will find both the unmissable addresses such as wine bars, restaurants, cafes and museums and the little secrets of this incredible territory of borders.
We are lovers of food and good wine and we can't wait to recommend you some excursions on the Karst in search of small local producers.
We almost forgot, even Joyce, a great "Viandante" (wayfarer), stopped, so don't miss it..