Apartment | 3 bedrooms | sleeps 9

Key Info
  • Beach / lakeside relaxation
  • Nearest beach 2 km
  • Great for children of all ages
  • Car not necessary
  • Pets welcome

In one of the many houses in Liberty style of Trieste, Domus Liberta takes place near the railway station and the Trieste-Opicina tramway, just a few minutes from the “Rive” and Piazza Unità d'Italia, and along the road to Miramare Castle and the Barcola Riviera: a stylish and comfortable holiday house, located in a mansion of the early '900 with cozy and roomy spaces.

The house, completely renovated, has an atmosphere of old Mitteleuropa and will make you go back in time in a postcard-Trieste. Through its rooms, mostly furnished with original antique furniture restored, you can experience the same atmosphere, accompanied by all the conveniences of a modern home. All rooms have been recently renewed and offer to our guests the ultimate in peace and comfort.

Size Sleeps up to 9, 3 bedrooms
Nearest beach Barcola or Beaches in the centre 2 km
Will consider Corporate bookings, Short breaks (1-4 days)
Access Car not necessary
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: Trieste - Ronchi dei Legionari, Nearest railway: Trieste Centrale
Family friendly Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility
Notes Pets welcome, No smoking at this property

Features and Facilities

Luxuries Internet access
General Central heating, TV, Wi-Fi available
Standard Kettle
Utilities Cooker, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine
Rooms 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 2 Family bathrooms
Furniture 2 Sofa beds, Single beds (1), Double beds (2), Dining seats for 9, Lounge seats for 3
Other Linen provided, Towels provided
Outdoors Balcony or terrace, Bicycles available
Access Secure parking, Lift access

The North East Italy region

The surrounding area

The coastline is characterised by white cliffs and rocks, with little bays and footpaths through the Mediterranean vegetation.

Miramare and Duino have castles directly on the sea front.

The karst promontory, as well as having unmistakable colours, traditions and flavours, also has a number of unique natural attractions, such as the Grotta Gigante, the biggest cave visitable by tourists in the world.

Nature reserves include the Miramare sea reserve, the cliff area of Duino, Val Rosandra, and the Lanaro and Orsario mountains.

The picturesque Istrian-Venetian town Muggia is known for its artistic treasures and excellent cooking.

Trieste, North East Italy

Between karst lands and sea

This is border country, with the Adriatic on one side and a stark karst promontory on the other. The land is characterised by the scents and colours of the Mediterranean maquis, intensified by the bracing air of the Bora wind.

Mitteleurope tinged with blue

There is a special kind of air right up here in the easternmost corner of the Upper Adriatic, here in this blue-tinged Mitteleuropean city, where great literary figures such as James Joyce, Italo Svevo and Umberto Saba drew inspiration.

Trieste is a place that seems to embrace the sea, or rather, to welcome the sea into the heart of the city. Piazza dell'Unità is one of the loveliest and biggest sea-front city squares in the world.

A question of style

The wealth of architectural styles in the palaces in Trieste is remarkable: Neoclassical, Art Nouveau, Eclectic and Baroque, coexisting in a harmonious blend with Roman remains, eighteenth century buildings and Hapsburg style buildings.

Mixture of religions

The mixture of religions is evident as soon as you arrive in the city, which, for many centuries, has had (amongst others) a Greek Orthodox Church, a Serbian Orthodox Church, a Synagogue, a Lutheran Evangelical Church and, the oldest of all, a Swiss Evangelical Church.

The aroma of coffee

The people of Trieste have got a real passion for coffee and coffee-drinking rituals. This passion dates back a long way, and when you go into some of the beautiful old cafes it's like stepping into another literary age.

Love of the sea

People here love going to the sea, and the beach resorts - or 'bagni', in local slang - are frequented all the year round, for sunbathing, swimming or just strolling.

The flavours of Slavic and Germanic cooking

In the traditional osmizze restaurants you can drink 'Terrano' and 'Vitovska' and eat cakes and sweets of Slavic or Germanic origin, jota soups and seafood dishes: a whole world of cooking to be discovered.