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    Friuli cheap rental cars, hire vans and motorhomes - rental car and van in Friuli Venezia Giulia

    Sea, mountains and hills. Gastronomy, culture and events. City of art and history. Active tourism, discovery and wellness. Here are the highlights of a region rich with a thousand faces. The geographical complexity of the Friuli-Venezia Giulia - approximately 8000 sq km of Alpine limestone plateau, floodplain and islands, is reflected in its diversity social. The north is mountainous and it is ethnically and linguistically formed by the Alps. The old peasant culture of Friuli, though now declining, it still gives a certain degree of consistency in the south of the mountains. Udine seems Venetian and Grado, asleep in its Adriatic lagoon seems Byzantine-Venetian, while in Aquileia, a few kilometers north of Grado, you can still breathe the atmosphere of its Roman and early Christian. Trieste is the regional capital, it is a city of the Habsburg designed to be the largest port in the south of the empire. This region has always been a bridge between the Mediterranean and Central Europe.

    Gorizia: city overactive

    GoriziaModern agricultural and commercial city at the mouth of the river Isonzo in the Friuli plain between mountains that were the scene of fierce battles in the First World War. To visit in comfortably its fantastic scenarios and work you need to rent car in Gorizia. You can visit : the Cathedral dating back to 1300 a.f., the castle stands on a hill surrounded by ramparts built mostly by the Venetians in 1509. The Museum of History and Art, which contains collections of folklore and history. The Church of Spirit of 1398 has pretty belfry. To report and visit in its vicinity: the city of Aquileia is an 'important Roman town destroyed by the barbarians and various tourist seaside resorts such as Grado.

    Udine: mix of tranquility and beauty

    UdineQuiet town with remarkable Romanesque-Gothic monuments and Venetian,behind the chain of the Carnic and Julian Alps. The city focuses its entertainment districts in Liberty Square (with the fifteenth and the sixteenth century Loggia porch of San Giovanni) the Church of San Francesco and their quiet you can endorse and hire a car in Udine as soon as you arrive in the town Friuli. Between these two poles lies the Cathedral surrounded by works of Tiepolo. Not far away from the Archbishops Palace impressive palace flanked by the Church of S. Antonio Abate. From Piazza della Libertà climb to the top of the hill overlooking the town where stands the magnificent building of the sixteenth-century castle which now houses the Museum and the Gallery of Ancient and Modern Art. Nor so far, from Udine you can immerse yourself in the traditions of Cividale del Friuli or in the geometry of the fortified Palmanova.

    The charm of Trieste

    TriesteCapital of the region and the province is Episcopalian and university seat. It has an airport that has a huge flow of tourists, especially during winter and is comfortable and modern, in fact just think that it is possible to hire a car from Ronchi dei Legionari airport to visit the city without losing any of wonders of Trieste. Lively and modern city, is situated at the foot of the glacis karst that contains its beautiful Gulf. Deserves to be explored slowly, savoring all the flavors and colors, and there is nothing better to rent a car in Trieste, at really low cost prices. The city was and still is the most important port on the Adriatic natural harbor for the countries of the Danube Basin. The port retains clear traces of that glorious past, and a Roman Theatre of I-II secolo.Il quadrilateral of Piazza Unificazione d’Italia is the true center of gravity citizen: overlooking the sea between the Old Stock Exchange, the eighteenth-century inner harbor of the Canal Grande and the neoclassical Palazzo Carciotti, with the Pescheria aquarium and nineteenth-century residence now converted into the Museum Revoltella. At the top of the hill there is the dual structure of the original settlement of the medieval Basilica of San Giusto and the walls of the castle and the remains of other great Roman buildings of the first and second century. Tucked away in the historic center is situated within the Arco di Riccardo (33 BC). To visit the residence of Archduke Miramare