Sylish renovated 2 bed apartment built in 1910 in the old town of Trieste in the North of Italy.

Sylish renovated 2 bed apartment built in 1910 in the old town of Trieste in the North of Italy.




Apr 2019

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2 Bedrooms
Sleeps 4
2 Bathrooms

About our home

Our beautiful home is in the heart of the old city. Stylishly decorated with all new furniture with a touch of retro. The apartment is located in a quiet piazza close to local restaurants, cafes and bars and 2 blocks from the waterfront. We are 5 minutes walk to Piazza Unita, and 15 minutes walk to the central railway station.


More about us

  1. We're an Australian/British/ Italian couple in our early 60's, quiet, clean and respectful non-smokers.

  2. Giulietta is a nurse manager and I'm retired.

  3. We love music, art, vegetarian food, and wine. Travel is our passion.

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Where is it?


Were in the heart of the old town in Trieste but in a quiet piazza. A peaceful neighbourhood with easy access to all the excitment happening in Trieste. Museum Revoltella is minutes walk away. A new shopping and dinning experience of Eataly has recently opened. Trieste is renowned for its cafes and a favourite of our's in Cafe San Marco or cafe dell'specchi in Piazza Unita. From June to late September each night the city puts on music or films in piazza Verde and in Piazza Unita. Take a lovely 20-minute boat trip to a mini Venice town called Muggia, the last town in Italy before Slovenia. Trieste is the perfect town to enjoy city life on the Adriatic sea. The town is very historical with lots of churches, galleries, and history.

Buzzy restaurants
Marisse or Cafe San marco
Cool bars
Antico Caffe Torinese
Cozy cafés
Retail therapy
Eataly, Coin or a lovely walk up Vialle Setembre
Bit of culture
San Giusto castello
Walks in the park
Miramare castelo or Val Rosandra
Spot of exercise
swimming in Barcola or Lanterna
Day tripping
Udine, Venezia or Lubiana

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