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€15 / pp / day

Lino's & Co Udine Udine, Italy

   
€18 / pp / day

COWO UDINE CENTRO Udine, Italy

   

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About Udine

Sitting in the north of Italy in the heart of the Friuli-Venezia Giulia region, Udine is less than 25 miles from the Slovenian border. A quiet and provincial city with a population of 99,244 souls, it is the unofficial capital of Friuli cloaked in Alpine peaks and sprawling inland plains. Historically a Venetian city that at one point was a part of the Austrian Empire, Udine languishes in the region known internationally for its wines, prosciutto di San Daniele and Montasio cheese. In other words, if you venture here, make sure you are wearing your loose fitting clothes to allow your stomach room to expand.

Udine is not on most tourist's bucket lists, but you can get here via the Trieste Airport that connects this quaint town with Milan, Rome, Munich and other European cities or you can grab a train from Venice (only one and a half hours). In between mouthfuls of creamy cheese, check out the Castello di Udine and climb its humongous staircase to be greeted by the sight of the City Museums (think art and archeology). Take the time to meander around the Santa Maria di Castello, right next door, as it has stunning colorful frescoes. Piazza Liberta' sits at the foot of the castle and is said to be the "most beautiful square in Venetian style on earth" framed by ancient buildings such as the Tower of the Two Moors. Piazza San Giacomo is the square to run to when the stomach growls can no longer be ignored. This is where you will find numerous cafes and open-air shopping will be bustling in front of you as you sip your espresso or gorge on some pasta. "Udine's drawing room", the Piazza Matteotti, is where you can rub shoulders with the locals in the evenings amidst the cafe society frivolity of families sitting around a 16th century fountain.

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