Friuli Venezia Giulia: guidance and useful for travel and holidays
Useful holiday in Friuli Venezia Giulia, news about territory and climate, what to see in the region of northern Italy, the land of the meeting of different peoples and cultures.
Guide Friuli Venezia Giulia
Friuli Venezia Giulia is a region of north-eastern borders with Austria, Slovenia and Veneto. Overlooking the Adriatic Sea at the Gulf of Venice. With capital Trieste, including the provinces of Pordenone, Udine and Gorizia.
In the northern part of the region, the mountainous part of the territory is formed by the Carnic Alps, by a stretch of the Julian Alps, and the hills that are interposed between the Alps and the plain Padano-Veneta stretching south. To the southeast lies the karst plateau, which slopes down from the Julian Alps to the Adriatic.
The climate of this region varies depending on the area, you will pass by the Mediterranean climate of the coasts, the temperate climate with humidity levels higher in the plains and hills, to get to the typical alpine climate of the Alps.
Friuli Venezia Giulia is a land border, the meeting point of different peoples, very interesting in terms of culture, and also in terms of tourism, as it offers a bit of everything, from the coastal resorts like Lignano Sabbiadoro, Grado , Aquileia, Trieste and the Marano Lagoon, in mountain towns like Tarvisio, Piancavallo and the Valcanale, ideal for winter sports.
From the archaeological point of view stands Aquileia, which was one of the major cities of the Roman Empire, of which today remains an archaeological site very interesting, considered by UNESCO World Heritage Site.