Trieste

Where we are

Overlooking the sea, only a stone’s throw from the Castle belonging to the House of Habsburg

Here, only a few hours away from Prague, situated just below Austria, the gateway to the Mediterranean in Trieste will be thrown wide open. And who would ever have thought that?

Mittel-European culture at the 4-star Hotel Miramare, directly overlooking the sea, blends with the pleasure of being on holiday in a dream-like experience.

Viale Miramare 325/4
34133 Trieste - Italy
Tel: +39 0402247085
Fax: +39 0402247086
info@hotelmiramaretrieste.it

The 4-star Hotel Miramare is situated on Viale Miramare 325/1 and 327/1; it can be easily reached due to the fact that it is located in one of the most important access routes to the city of Trieste, close to Miramare Castle.

By plane
Ronchi dei Legionari International airport – 28 km from the hotel.

By train
Coming out of the Trieste central railway station onto Viale Miramare, cross the road until you reach the number 36 bus stop in the direction of Grignano.

By car
Upon leaving the A4 motorway at the Duino-Lisert motorway tollbooth, continue in the direction of Sistiana and subsequently follow the directions for the Coastal Road.
After about 10 km you will find the first free car park of the hotel. If you prefer, once you have passed the building, turn right and you can park in one of the marked parking spaces near to the hotel entrance.
Georgina, (GB)
27/07/2016
1 night stop over
“Stayed here for one night and had two rooms with lovely large terraces overlooking the sea. Rooms a little on the small side but comfortable beds and lovely bathroom with great selection on complimentary toiletries. Really loved the cosy bar, had pre dinner drinks there and the most delicious complimentary nibbles. We had dinner in the restaurant (you need to pre book) which was good but slow service. Staff all really nice, and we parked on road close to hotel which was easy. Loved swimming in the sea across the road from hotel. Would stay here again.”
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