Arrive in the Pordenone area, check in and depart independently for the medieval village of Valvasone, a small town rich in historical memories such as the medieval castle, the ancient water mill with its 15th-century wheel, the Renaissance-style square and the old centre with medieval and Renaissance buildings. After the tour, stop at one of the most renowned wine cellars in the area, light lunch and tasting of Friulian wines. In the afternoon return by own means to Pordenone, a city rich in historical and artistic beauty with its characteristic porticoes, Corso Vittorio Emanuele II with the Cathedral and its bell tower, the Palazzo Municipale and the Palazzo Ricchieri (which is home to the Art Museum) and Corso Garibaldi. Stop at a historic chocolate shop to taste their delicious chocolates. Dinner in a typical restaurant to taste the famous "Prosciutto di San Daniele". Return to the hotel and overnight stay.
Breakfast at the hotel and departure by own means for a full day dedicated to the Conegliano and Valdobbiadene areas in the Prosecco D.O.C.G. territory. Visit to Conegliano and its Castle and then departure to the green hills to visit a magnificent Venetian villa known for its wine cellars . Lunch in a typical "Osteria" including wine tasting. At the end, departure to visit another lesser-known but important local winery for Prosecco Bio. On the way back we recommend a stop in Sacile, a town known as the "Garden of the Serenissima", thanks to its typically Venetian atmosphere and architecture, in fact it boasts many Venetian-style palaces built on the river banks and reflected in the water. Dinner in a typical winery on the hills of Caneva with tasting of Verduzzo other typical wines of the area. Return to the hotel and overnight stay.
Breakfast at the hotel, check-out and departure with your own transport to Gorizia, a fascinating border town, where in the Piazza Transalpina, which until 2004 was physically divided by a wall, you can walk with one foot in Italy and one foot in Slovenia. Thanks to its geographical position, the city has been culturally influenced by a combination of different civilisations: Latin, Slavic and Germanic, in fact, it has always played an important role in central Europe in the before and after war period, but also during the medieval period. Visit to the Castle and the Jewish ghetto. At the end, departure for the Natisone Valleys area for lunch in a typical restaurant. At the end visit with wine tasting in a wine cellar inside an ancient castle from the 13th century surrounded by hills and vineyards. During this visit, it is possible to taste typical wines of the area such as the white Friulano, dry, fresh and aromatic, and the Ribolla Gialla. At the end, accommodation in rooms, dinner at the hotel and overnight stay.
Breakfast at the hotel and departure by own means to Cividale del Friuli. Founded by Julius Caesar under the name Forum Iulii in 568 BC, this small town became the seat of the first Lombard duchy in Italy and then the residence of the patriarchs of Aquileia for several centuries. Cividale del Friuli still preserves important clues to the history of the Longobard period, such as the Tempietto that you will visit, a historical and artistic site that was recognised by UNESCO in 2011. After the visit, departure to get to know one of the most renowned wineries in the Ramando area, with a tasting of the famous local wine paired with platters of local cheeses and cold cuts. At the end, a walk through the vineyards nestled in the hills and a visit to another winery with wine tasting. The day ends with a visit to an important Grappa distillery with wine tasting and dinner at a local agriturismo. Return to the hotel and overnight stay.
Breakfast at the hotel and departure by own means to the Trieste Karst, stop at a tavern set in the Karst rocks and visit of its wine cellar followed by a tasting of typical local wines such as Malvasia, Terrano and Vitovska. Typical lunch in Trieste with a view of the sea and in the afternoon a walking tour of the Mitteleuropean city among historical palaces and cafes known throughout history by many literary figures. At the end return.
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