Aquileia features so many roman vestiges and ruins that it can be rightfully called The Pompei of the North. This fact is confirmed by the National Museum of Archeology. There... Aquileia


Palmanova is located some 27 kilometers north from Grado. Its tourist worth is yielded by the rich historic background and by the architectural and urban planning patrimony. Thus, Palmanova is... Palmanova

Cividale del Friuli

Cividale del Friuli is located some 60 kilometers north from Grado. Some might consider the distance as a hindrance, but people interested in cultural and historical tours should keep in... Cividale del Friuli


Trieste is a city which manages to make its way on the tourist map of Italy despite the fact it is most often overshadowed by more resonant destinations, such as... Trieste


A call at Gorizia should be taken into account by all people who decide to take a historical tour of Friuli Venezia Giulia. Gorizia has a fairly rich historical background,... Gorizia


Located only 47 kilometers north from Grado, just south of Cividale and north from Palmanova and Gorizia, Udine marks the very geographical center of the Friuli Venezia Giulia region of... Udine


Pordenone is a hub of artistic life in Friuli Venezia Giulia. It is a culturally sparkling city, but there are plenty of tourist areas and attractions to draw visitors’ attention... Pordenone


The tourist reputation of Venice is so solid that a further presentation of the Queen of the Adriatic, as Venice is sometimes referred to, might be redundant. The mere name... Venice

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