Friuli-Venezia Giulia tourist information

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Areas of Friuli-Venezia Giulia
Gorizia
Pordenone
Trieste
Udine
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Though most commonly used as a crossroads, this newly created region of Italy has spent much of the last several hundred years as part of Germany and Austria.

Indeed it was not granted the independence it is known until the late 1960s. Today, most of the travel between Italy and Eastern Europe goes though this area, as it borders both Austria and Slovenia.

The capital of Trieste is an ancient port city of the Adriatic that has been the site of much wealth and culture, rivalling Naples and Florence throughout much of its history.

Agriculture is a very important part of the economy, with cattle and pigs being very important. There is also quite a bit of wine production as well as the distillation of grappa.

The climate and terrain vary from alpine in the north to quite mild by the sea.

Of the four provinces that make up the Friuli-Venezia Giulia region, the largest is the only one without a coastline.

Visitors will enjoy the relative peace and natural beauty this often-forgotten region has to offer.

 
Towns To Visit In Friuli-Venezia Giulia
Grado
Lignano Sabbiadoro
Pordenone
Trieste
 
Days Out in Friuli-Venezia Giulia
>> The Carso Area - This 250-square kilometre area is famous for its limestone sinkholes and caves. Visit the Carsiana botanical garden, flourishing inside a vast sinkhole.

>> Lignano Coast - This Italian Rivera is designed for travellers, with wide golden sand beaches and long stretches of shops and clubs where no traffic is allowed.

>>Skiing in the Julian Alps - There are several resorts for winter sports in the area, including the Sella Nevea and Tarvisio
>> Grado, the Golden Island - This warm and sunny location is noted for its relaxed pace and ancient history. You’ll find a lagoon running through the town that is reminiscent of Venice.
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