Friuli Venezia Giulia and the sites of the Great War
From Udine to Trieste to discover the history and places of the First World War, in a region in which often citizens of a same city fought on opposite fronts.
Trieste, two fronts in one city, was both Italian and Austrian; Udine saw both Italian and Austro-German troops march along its streets; the Redipuglia Memorial is the resting place of many Italian soldiers with Slovenian surnames. These are some of the reasons why in this border region you can understand and learn about the Great War.
3 days/2 nights
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