Trieste

By | 16th January 2018

Should you rent a car in Trieste?

Do you need a car in Trieste > Should you rent a car in Trieste Italy > Trieste ( TRS )

Given that there is only one major railway heading into Trieste as the line trundles along from Venice, and given that the small number of branch lines heading out of the city only have very limited service, Trieste is the sort of destination that naturally leans towards getting a hire car.

Do you need a car in Trieste? Introduction

Why? Why not? Ratings Comments

Note that the chances are that if you are flying into Trieste, you might also be looking at driving into neighbouring Slovenia and Croatia, especially to visit some of the coastal cities around Pula and Rijeka.

Most Trieste car hire offices will be quite happy allowing you to drive out of Italy, but they may only offer a limited backup service. Always check with your insurance before driving a hire car across any border, even within the European Union.

Should you rent a car in Trieste? Yes

Ratings

Car rental in - Trieste Need v worth & should!

Do you need a car in Trieste?

Based on comparison with transit, walking and cycling.
 

Is it worth hiring a car in Trieste?

Based on value for money
 

Should you rent a car in Trieste?

Weighing up the above, if you are asking about hiring a car, is it a good idea?
 

Who is travelling?

Is it worth renting a car in Trieste if I am a solo / budget traveller?

What about for 2 people travelling together?

For families?

 

Where are you staying?

Do you need a car in Trieste if we are staying in a central area?

What if we are staying on the edge of the city/resort?

Or in a rural area?

 

What is your attitude towards driving?

Should I hire a car in Trieste if I prefer not to drive?

If I am easy either way?

If I prefer to drive?


 

Verdict

Final score:

6

Go back up to:
Why? Why not? Ratings Comments
 

Would you hire a car in Trieste?

Have you driven in Trieste? Do you agree with our advice on whether or not it's worth hiring a car in Trieste?
Tell us what you think using the comments section below:
 

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