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With a strong Central European character, Trieste is located in Friuli Venezia Giulia, on the shores of the Adriatic Sea. Book a parking space with Parkimeter and stop worring about your car, while enjoying one of the most special cities in Italy.
If you spend your holidays in Trieste or travel on business and decide to use the car, parking in Trieste, as in all big cities, is not impossible but it is not so easy. If you book a hotel, you should find out if it is one of the hotels with parking in Trieste and what the cost of this service would be, so you can make the best decision. The daily rates at most public car parks in Trieste have decreasing prices, meaning that the daily price decreases as the number of days booked increases, which is not usually the case at hotels. If you do not reserve a daily parking space, remember that you may be charged a per-minute rate, which is much more expensive.
If you are staying in Trieste for several weeks, you are likely to prefer a long-term parking, commonly known as low-cost parking or park and ride. It is advisable to use this option if you decide not to use your car so often, as you will spend the difference on public transport if it is not a parking lot.
If you opt for a parking space near your residence, Trieste has an excellent distribution of public parking spaces. However, it is not the same to find parking near Piazza Unità and Molo Audace in Trieste, Roman Theatre, Castelo San Giusto which are highly visited tourist sites. For this reason it is advisable to make a pre-booking with Parkimeter, especially if you want to park in the centre of Trieste, where ZTL is present.
Trieste is a city with a special charm, which is why several novelists and poets have chronicled the beauty of this city in their writings. Meet the famous Trieste cafes where renowned artists such as Saba and Joyce spent much time finding inspiration and writing. Characteristic of the city are the Opicina trams, which take their passengers from the city centre to a height of 350 metres, from where the view is breathtaking. The Risiera di San Sabba and the Giant Grotta are also essential stops if you visit Trieste. We therefore recommend you spend a weekend in this city, where you can also try the delicious typical dishes, such as the Jota, a soup of sauerkraut beans and potatoes.