Friuli Venezia Giulia made the start of the season.
The majority of the 25,000 parasols are ready-made, and a number of guests are already scattered in the waves of the high Adriatic. Everything is at a distance – more than ten square meters per beach area – and in compliance with current requirements. Above all, digitization has come to the rescue of tourism experts Friuli Venezia Giulia: the “safe beach” concept is now entering its second year – as presented at a Zoom press conference on Wednesday. In other words: at many of the 66 bathing beaches between Lignano Sabbiadoro and Trieste, guests can book, check-in and check-out digitally. at the gate www.marefvg.com The entire range of the 130-kilometer coast is also assembled. These include, for example, “Sea and Taste” shows, which combine excursions on the coast with gastronomy tours and wine tastings.
The main focus of many summer vacationers in Friuli Venezia Giulia is the seaside resorts of Lignano Sabbiadoro and Grado. But the hinterland deserves more intense exploration: Aquileia unlocks Roman history, and Palmanova is a city with an unusual land plan. In Trieste, visitors can follow the traces of the Danube kingdom, the coffee culture and the great literature of past visitors such as Rainer Maria Rilke or James Joyce. He also learned about the setting from Veit Heinichen’s crime novels. If you pull the circuits a little further, the detours to the quiet corner of the Dolomites and Carnic Alps in the northwest or to the Collio and Karst wine region behind Trieste prove to be inside tips. It doesn’t always have to be by car – the bike network is expanding rapidly. For example, the Alpe-Adria-Radweg is popular and runs for 200 kilometers through Friuli-Venezia Giulia. informations: www.turismofvg.it
(“Die Presse,” print edition, June 12, 2021)
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