Your holidays in Friuli Venezia Giulia: all you need to know for your next stay

Friuli-Venezia Giulia, Italy's most northeasterly region, is deeply affected by the history and culture of two distinct geographical areas, Friuli and the Italian Venezia Giulia. One of the smallest regions in Italy, it comprises these two borderlands and is also influenced by the nearby Austria and Slovenia, which abound in fascinating traditions too.

The region is characterized by an outstanding variety of landscapes which range from the Alpine peaks and the tops of the Dolomites to large plains and coastal areas. Outstanding natural resources make it an immense attraction for tourists from all over the world.

The region offers the lovers of winter sports the possibility to stay at famous ski resorts, such as Sella Nevea, Tarvisio, Piancavallo and Forni di Sopra, while those interested in open-air activities will have the opportunity to visit lovely villages and hillside towns and go trekking, horse riding and cycling here.
The sandy coastline of Grado and the famous Lignano Sabbiadoro boasts marvellous views and well-equipped bathing establishments.

Not to be missed are the region's enchanting historic-artistic cities, such as the Middle-European capital region Trieste, which overlooks the homonymous Gulf, Udine, Pordenone, Gorizia and the small, lovely towns of Aquileia, Palmanova, Gemona, Cividale and Duino.
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