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 Italy. What characterizes best Udine is its friendly and welcoming air.

Must-visits in terms of civil architecture refer to Loggia del Lionello and Loggia di San Giovanni, to Palazzo del Monte di Pieta, Casa Cavazzini and to Palazzo Valvason Morpurgo.

The Church of Santa Maria di Castello, the Sanctuary of Santa Maria delle Grazie and the Church of San Francesco are some of the most significant places of worship, crowned by the Cathedral of Udine, which is also home to the Cathedral Museum. The Gallery of Modern Art and the Diocesan Museum should also be ticked off by visitors of Udine.

Bikers should be particularly interested in visiting Udine. The city benefits from an excellent cycle infrastructure which opens great prospects for keen bikers. Tourists who have acquired a FVG card should be able to rent bikes for free. A reliable source of orientation is provided by the self-guide audio tour.

Turismo FVG Tourist Information Office in Udine

For further details on the whereabouts of the main tourist attractions, as well as on how to discover Udine by bike and on how to get to Udine, use the following information:

Turismo FVG Tourist Information Office in Udine
7, Piazza I Maggio, 33100, Udine, Italy
0039 0431 295972
0039 0432 504743
[email protected]

Udine, Italy

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