A borderland with Austria and Slovenia, Friuli Venezia Giulia, bathed by the waters of the Adriatic and embraced by the mountains, is a territory that offers a great variety of landscapes and cultures.
Curious travelers will be fascinated by its ancient cities rich in history, art and traditions, sea lovers will discover sandy lagoons and rocky coasts, while mountain enthusiasts will not be disappointed by the beauty of the Julian Alps and the Karst Plateau.
Ponterosso – Trieste
Barcolana – international sailing regatta
Accomodation – Farmhouses, bed and breakfasts, hotels in villages, camping sites, tourist villages and hotels. The hotel offer of the Region satisfies the tastes of every traveler.
Food – Friulian cuisine comes from the encounter between Central European, Veneto and Slavic flavors with a wealth of recipes that vary according to the local landscapes: from “boreto to la graisana”, to “Friulian frico”, passing through the Carnic cjarsòns , with Sauris and San Daniele ham. Trieste and Gorizia cuisine, on the other hand, consists of dishes based on herbs, mushrooms, fruit and fish. Try the wines produced throughout the region.
Flying to Friuli Venezia Giulia – The Region is connected thanks to the Ronchi dei Legionari (Go) – Trieste airport, 33 km away from Trieste, 40 km from Udine, 20 km from Gorizia, 80 km from Pordenone.
Getting around – Around the area you can travel by car or bus, thanks to the highways that connect the Region to the rest of Italy and to neighboring foreign countries, by train and with the Alpe Adria Radweg cycle path that connects the coast of Friuli with Salzburg and Villach.
Suggested daily budget – around 20 to 100 EUR