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Trieste on a Vespa

Visit Trieste on a Vespa! Guests with a direct booking of at least 2 nights can book our Vespa for free to visit Trieste and its surroundings.

Here’s another reason to book your stay directly with our property: at Residenza, you can book our Vespa for free to visit Trieste and its surroundings with completely different mobility.

It will be easier to get away from the city centre and go and visit our wonderful Carso, take a ‘bath’ on the Barcola promenade, visit the Miramare Castle or the Duino Castle, or go to the picturesque town of Muggia of Istro-Venetian origin. The possibilities are many, the difficulty will be choosing the itinerary!

The Vespa rental is free with a minimum direct booking of 2 nights for a double room.

Do you want to live this experience?

This experience is exclusively dedicated to our guests.

You can request it immediately when you book your stay, both on our online booking system and via email (info@residenzale6a.it) t a price discounted by 10%.

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Residenza Le 6 A Trieste

Le 6 A – B&B rooms

Every room has a woman’s name starting with A: Annetta, Amalia, Angiolina, Ada, Alberta e Augusta. They are the names of the female characters of the famous writer from Trieste Italo Svevo.
B&B rooms with kitchenette

La Settima A - studios with kitchenette

Anna Livia, our seventh A, is the protagonist of an episode of Finnegans Wake. Joyce took inspiration from Livia Veneziani, the wife of Italo Svevo. Giacomo, Nora, Stanislaus, Eileen, Sinico: every room is a small studio with a kitchenette and relates to the writings of Joyce when he lived in Trieste