Popular Accommodations in Friuli-Venezia Giulia
Highlights Friuli-Venezia Giulia
- Sightseeing in Trieste
- Miles of sandy beaches
- Roman ruins in Aquileia
- Addictive desserts
Most popular in Friuli-Venezia Giulia
Prices and availability
Vacation rentals in Friuli Venezia Giulia
The easternmost region of Italy owes its multitude of holiday accommodations in all price ranges to the diversity of its landscape between the peaks of the Dolomites and the Adriatic coast. If you are looking for a holiday home, however, you will find it especially in the capital Trieste. But also cities like Udine or the region around the Laguna di Marano offer numerous attractive accommodations. If, on the other hand, you prefer hiking or biking in the summer or skiing in the mountains in winter, you will also find what you are looking for in Ovaro, Sutrio and Zahre.
Holiday in Friuli Venezia Giulia
Travelers and Activities
This region of Italy has many faces. While in the winter months skiers and snowboarders have their pure joy in well-known winter sports resorts such as Tarvis and Sella Nevea, in summer the hour strikes for cyclists and hikers alike. Thanks to the numerous hiking trails and crisp mountain passes, boredom is guaranteed to be a thing of the past. And for those who prefer the wet element, the beaches between the lagoons of Grado and Lignano Sabbiadoro are a must. There are ideal conditions for sailing, surfing, diving and water skiing.
Things to know
The calendar of events is as varied as the landscape. It starts in the region snail festival and the cheese festival in Battaglia di Fagagna in May. While beer drinkers can also look forward to the beer festival in Dignano in July, wine lovers will get their money's worth at the summer festival in Montegnacco di Cassacco and the Friuli Collinare event in Udine in September.
Besides Italian, a large part of the inhabitants have the so-called Furlanian as their mother tongue.
Top 3 travel tips
The Romans also left their traces in this region. One of the most impressive sites is in Aquileia, where the ruins of a Roman forum and the National Archaeological Museum of Aquileia await you.2. Go on a sightseeing tour to Trieste
A trip to Trieste is part of every holiday. Finally, culture lovers can look forward to sights such as Piazza dell'Unità d'Italia, Trierst Cathedral, Castello di San Giusto and Miramare Castle.3. Taste local specialities
Watch it! Watch it! If you are on a diet, you should avoid the delicious sweets of the region. If you have tried the yeast cake with dried fruits (Gubana), the strudel or the fruit tarts, you cannot avoid a second or third piece.