Thanks to our Community, you can now use Moovit’s public transit maps and schedules to get the smoothest route within the Udine e Pordenone metro area on the app.
The city is located in the Friuli-Venezia Giulia region in the North East of Italy. Its name derives from its location “port on the river Noncello”. It also has a rich history, dating back to the Roman era, so there are plenty to see.
One of the main attractions of this city is that it’s off the beaten track in terms of tourist destinations, so you can expect an authentic Italian experience when visiting.
1. Corso Vittorio Emanuele II — with its gothic and renaissance style buildings, this is a great place to sit and take in the history of the city while drinking your morning coffee
2. Duomo of San Marco — the main church in the city, it’s got an impressive bell tower 79 meters high
3. Palazzo Ricchieri — currently home to the Museo Civico d’Arte, but was previously a palace built by the Ricchieri family
4. Church of the Santissima Trinity — located near the Noncello River. The church is built with an octagonal floor plan and has noteworthy frescoes
5. Communal Palace — built between 1291-1395. The loggia, the pinnacles and the watch-tower, designed by painter Pomponio Amalteo, were added in the 16th century
If you are traveling to the city, or know someone who is, be sure to let them know Moovit is available here.
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