Lovely Ponte Rosso Apartment

23
November 2020
Monday
24
November 2020
Tuesday
2
Features
Check-in:
15:00 - 21:30
Check-out:
11:00
Standard occupancy:
2
Max occupancy:
3
Bedrooms:
2
Bathrooms:
1
Area:
 
Type:
 
Description
The apartment is located in a central area and extremely well served.
Numerous bus stops are located within walking distance to reach every corner of the city.
The historic center is within walking distance as well as Viale XX Settembre, full of clubs and shops.
It is also located very close to the Tribunal.

Suitable for 3 people, with a double bedroom and a second bedroom with a French bed
It is located on the second floor of a building with lift, not suitable for the disabled.

In 85 square meters of space, it comfortably accommodates three people.

LIVING AREA. Living room and kitchen equipped with moka pot, electric kettle, traditional oven and microwave, various cooking utensils.

DOUBLE BEDROOM AND SECOND ROOM WITH FRENCH BED.

BATHROOMS. A bathroom with shower, bidet and hairdryer and a second bathroom with toilet and sink.

OTHER SERVICES AVAILABLE. Fan, free unlimited wifi, television, washing machine, iron, clothesline and hangers.

PLEASE NOTE

The tourist tax of € 2 per person per day is not included in the rate and will be collected upon arrival, in cash.
IDs of all residents must be shown upon check-in, as required by Italian law.

PLEASE NOTE
For check ins after 21,30 we ask for a surcharge, the amount is as follows:

* after 21,30 until 23 there is a surcharge of 25 Euro;
* after 23 until midnight there is a surcharge of 30 Euro;
* after midnight and until 1,30 there is a surcharge of 40 Euro
Sorry but it's not possible to check in after 1,30.

Trieste, right on Italy’s border with Slovenia, has changed hands several times in its 2,000-year history. It’s been an Austrian Habsburg port, the site of a Napoleonic occupation, and even, briefly, an independent city-state. Both Slovene and Italian are widely spoken, and in Karst villages outside Trieste, you may find native Slovene speakers.

Trieste’s historic center is almost ostentatiously grand, with snowy imperial Austrian buildings and the art nouveau borsa (stock exchange), but the area around the train station (which is also where airport buses drop off passengers) is singularly unprepossessing. Faded 19th-century houses, vertiginous traffic (there’s a dimly lit, ostensibly safe underpass) and a proliferation of discount clothing stores make the walk between Trieste’s railway station and its Old Town one of the least auspicious in Italy.

Parking is not included.
Parking nearby:
- Park Foro Ulpiano 1.70 / hr, 10 euros a day and 5 euros a night.
In this parking you can use vouchers (provided on arrival by our team, 1 per night) to obtain a 20% discount on the daily fee from 1 to 7 days. Vouchers are valid until 12/31/2020.
PLEASE NOTE: you have to turn off your telepass before you enter in the parking, or the transaction could be automatically made. If this happens, you have to go to the info point where you can cancel it.
You can pay the ticket with vouchers only with payment machines, by entering the ticket first and then the voucher.

The central station of Trieste is 13 minutes on foot, or by taking one of the buses n. 20/21/22 to the Via Carducci G. 11 stop, in less than 10 minutes.

Trieste airport is less than an hour, taking the shuttle to Central Station and continue on one of the buses. n 20/21/22 to the Via Carducci G. 11 stop.
Amenities
Wireless internet connection
Location