Here you will be no more than a ten or fifteen minute walk from the train station, a forty five minute drive from the airport (taking the traffic into consideration) and a stone’s throw from the Piazza dell’Unità d’Italia in the heart of the city. In the surrounding area, you will also find the Teatro Verdi, the splendid Cittàvecchia (historic city centre), the elegant Tergesteo Gallery and many of Trieste’s other tourist attractions.
As far as parking facilities go, the hotels offer limited parking spaces. If you’re lucky, you will be able to find a space at a parking meter along the shore. Otherwise, you should leave your car in a local garage. On no account should you leave your car out in the street in areas where parking may be prohibited. This is less to do with the fact that it may get stolen (crime levels are fairly low in Trieste) and more to do with the fact that you may return to find a parking ticket stuck to your windshield.