Guide to Friuli Venezia Giulia
Guide to Friuli Venezia Giulia (46)
Our recommendations if you are planning a vacation or visit to Friuli Venezia Giulia.
Seas and oceans may traditionally have been a cause of division and isolation for many maritime communities, but the Adriatic Sea has never been an obstacle but a 'bridge' and for centuries it has strengthened trade among nations and cultures, creating partnerships and affinities.
As a result the ...
The Agriturismo Tenuta Regina lies in the heart of the low Friulian plain, south of the route that connects Venice with Trieste and a short distance from the sea.
The buildings date back to the earliest days of farming in zone and have been recently rebuilt to guarantee a comfortable stay....
FRIULI VENEZIA GIULIA TRAVEL INFORMATION AND TOURISM SUGGESTIONS
The region of Triveneto or Friuli Venezia Giulia includes Udine, Pordenone, Trieste, Gorizia, Cormons, Carnia, Cividale del Friuli and Aquileia.
Grado is another very interesting place. Take a tour of the the lagoon and step off on one of the many small islands.
The history of this corner of Italy, or perhaps Middle Europe as it should be referred to, is well documented. Perhaps it all began when the inhabitants of nearby Roman Aquileia fled here as Attila and his Huns approached. Their resistance and tenacity was transferred to Venice with magnificent results.
Cormons and Civadale also offered a refuge. Today, the zone of the Collio and Colli Orientali is best known for its ham and wine production, the 'superwhites'.
Further north is Udine, the mountains of Carnia and the Austrian border. A lot sweeter are the rolling hills near Sacile and Pordenone.
Consult our Friuli Venezia Giulia travel articles below, or access them all from the links above right divided by recipes, food, wine, itineraries, tours and trip suggestions.
The local tourism board recommend three historic cafés for the visitor to Trieste. They are Caffè Tommaseo, Caffè San Marco and Caffè Pasticceria Pirona. The Trieste Coffee Cluster also mentions the Bar Torinese which recall the interior of a luxurious ship; the Caffè degli specchi in Piazza Grande and the Café Tergesteo. The oldest is Caffè Tommaseo which opened its doors in 1830. Located on the sea front the classical interior is sober and discreet and popular with businessmen and politicians. The café features 100 year old mirrors imported from Belgium. The Caffè San Marco opened on 3rd January 1914.…
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• how to make polenta • top friuli restaurant menu • flavours of middle europe • cantine aperte in friuli • carnia food prize • ruralia food fair • eat like a hapsburg captain • ein prosit friuli wine fair • historic trieste coffee houses • coastal wines of friuli • frascas traditional friuli osteria • collio white wines • east collio wine zone • san daniele ham • cialzon pasta • how to judge honey quality • italy honey production • friuli cheeses • grappa
• gorizia itinerary • montasio cheese itinerary • province of udine • the isonzo front • friuli wine itineraries • wine route of terrano • marano and grado lagoons • open castles in friuli • aquileia • slavs of val resia • carnival of sauris • cividale del friuli • arta terme • skiing in the carnia mountains • guide to trieste • ports of friuli • sacile • piancavallo ski resort