Friuli Venezia Giulia is a region with a complex history, like all border regions. Its culture is richly stratified: in fact, the blood of the Romans, the Lombards and the Slavs flows in its bowels. Of today's Italians. Its many monuments bear witness to this rich past, which we invite you to visit together with the many unsurpassed creations of Nature. Have a good trip!

1 - Lignano Sabbiadoro: a tourist's paradise

Your trip to the Friuli region begins with one of the most renowned tourist locations on the Italian peninsula: Lignano Sabbiadoro. Overlooking the Adriatic Sea, Lignano offers a modern and well-equipped coast: there are more than forty, in fact, its bathing establishments. And after a day spent on the beach, at night you can enjoy the local nightlife, thanks to the many discos, bars and nightclubs that make Lignano a very popular destination for lovers of summer fun.

2 - Miramare Castle: a princely residence

One of the unmissable destinations of your Friulian trip is definitely the majestic Miramare Castle in Trieste. The building was built at the behest of Archduke Ferdinand Maximilian of Habsburg, as a luxurious alcove for himself and his wife. Perched on the promontory of Grignano, the castle offers a spectacular view of the Gulf of Trieste and a beautiful park to visit.

3 - The Predil lake: between enigma and legend

One of the most fascinating and enigmatic destinations of your Friulian adventure is the Predil lake which occupies a glacial basin near Tarvisio. The place is surrounded by a legendary atmosphere, a Nordic atmosphere, almost from Loch Ness lake. But the lakeside resort also offers modern bathing and nautical equipment, especially for the little ones, which make it a sought-after and renowned tourist destination.

4 - Gorizia: crossroads of History and Culture

The next stop on our Friulian adventure is Gorizia, a city rich in art and history. Gorizia, in fact, can be considered the crossroads of three different cultures: Italian, Germanic and Slavic. To see absolutely, at least three works, witnesses of this cultural complexity: the statue of St. Francis of Assisi, the statue of Maximilian of Habsburg and the Obelisk of Calvary. But another great attraction of Gorizia are its numerous and well-kept public gardens, where you can take long and relaxing walks

5 - La Sorgente del Gorgazzo: a unique show

One of the most beautiful and fascinating places in Friuli Venezia Giulia is the source of the Gorgazzo, in Polcenigo, an underwater cave that will give you a more unique and rare natural spectacle. A wonder that has been the object of the imagination of more than one artist, for the particularity of its landscape. So what are you waiting for? Ready with brushes and diving masks. Let's go!

6 - Cividale del Friuli: Lombard stronghold

One of the most popular destinations in Friuli Venezia Giulia is certainly Cividale del Friuli, in the province of Udine. The city can boast a rich history behind it: founded by Giulio Cesare who baptized it with the name of Forum Julii, in fact, it was conquered by the Lombards in the 6th century. A.D. The Lombards made it their own important bulwark, enriching the city with numerous monuments: among these, the so-called Longobard Tempietto built overhanging the Natisone river is not to be missed.

7 - The Michele Gortani Museum of Popular Arts in Tolmezzo: a dive into the past

A visit to the Michele Gortani Museum of Popular Arts in Tolmezzo represents a unique opportunity to get to know in depth the civilization and culture of the Friuli region of Carnia. In fact, here you can admire a rich collection of bronze pots, precious musical instruments and even a reconstruction of a typical Carnic house. So, are you ready for this beautiful dive into the past?

8 - Forni di Sopra: the queen of the Dolomites

Forni di Sopra is one of the precious gems of the Friulian Dolomites Natural Park. The first thing you will notice about the picturesque village are its unique houses, partly built in stone, partly in wood. Obviously, the splendid landscape of the Dolomites is the backdrop to the characteristic architecture. And for you, the opportunity to practice your favorite sports, from skiing to mountain biking!

9 - Aquileia: in the sign of Ancient Rome

Aquileia is one of the most important cities in Friuli Venezia Giulia. It was, in fact, one of the most luxuriant provinces of the Roman Empire as evidenced by the vast archaeological area, rich in evidence of the time. Of particular interest is also the Patriarchal Basilica of Santa Maria Assunta where the splendid floor mosaics, authentic masterpieces of the genre and the moving Cemetery of the Heroes, an important testimony of Contemporary History, are absolutely worth seeing.

10 - The Natural History Museum of Trieste: like in Jurassic Park

Your journey ends in the European city of Trieste, the capital of Friuli Venezia Giulia. Where, in particular, we invite you to visit the Natural History Museum, with its extraordinary collection of natural and artificial beauties. The absolute protagonist of your visit will be Antonio, one of the most perfectly preserved dinosaurs in the world. Ready for this trip to the Jurassic?

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