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Coworking spaces Trieste

You have made this search: Coworking spaces Trieste, and have therefore come to Companyspace.com, Europe's big portal for commercial real estate. Please note that the search results below not necessarily match your search Coworking spaces Trieste. If you don't find commercial real estate that matches your search, you can use the filter above to find commercial rentals that match your search. It is emphasized that you should also uphold the law when renting or letting.

Useful to know when you are searching for business premises for rent in Trieste

Trieste is a city and commune of 204,338 inhabitants in northeastern Italy, situated in between the Adriatic ocean and Slovenia. As Trieste is nearly entirely surrounded by Slovenia, it’s a bit more cut off from the traditional Italian culture and peninsula, and would more resemble a mixture of Italian, Austrian-German, Croatian and Greek culture. This however just means it has more to offer on other fronts.  

The centre of Trieste is down by the port, and is adorned with a limestone frontier, where idyllic small businesses and restaurants fight to get the frontal premises on the promenade of the port. The architecture might not offer the same wonders as the larger Italian cities but this certainly doesn’t mean you’ll feel like you’re in an Italian movie while exploring the narrow streets and neoclassical architecture. Additionally you’ll find many castles and strongholds in the area. Duino castle offers a chill walk into what they call the Giant Cave, and a stunning view of the sea in almost every direction as it’s located on a cliff at sea. At the coast of the surrounding area, the karstic plateau grace the scenery with naturistic beauty.

If you venture inwards towards east you’ll find vineyard-draped hinterlands, and the vigorous scenery of southern Slovenia. Further south lies Croatia, which offers any type of beach you could imagine. 

As Trieset is the proud host of a Michelin restaurant, dining at Harry's Piccolo is a must for the food enthusiasts. Harry’s Piccolo is located at the Piazza dell’Unità and offers modern, executing classic dishes rekindled in innovative ways.

A lot of students settle in Trieste as the city has a University, however a lot of different ages choose to live within the city borders, broadening the age gap. Settling in Trieste as an expat gives you a perfect opportunity to practice your Italian, as many of the inhabitants don’t speak very good english. The public transport within the city borders iw well-functioning and efficient, however you’ll need another type of transportation as soon as you want to venture inland. The weather in Trieste is more chilly than most of Italy, however in summertime, the temperature is at an 22,6 degrees celsius average, and the open air markets and cacophony of languages of buyers and sellers bloom in the heat.

The city is known to be very safe, and inhabitants recommend Largo Barriera Vecchia in terms of housing, as the safest area, closest to the centre and surrounded by plenty of supermarkets, bus stops etc.