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Local guide Friuli Venezia Ellen Bos. Private guide in Friuli Venezia

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Local guide Friuli Venezia Ellen Bos. Private guide in Friuli Venezia

Friuli Venezia is a unique corner. It has attractions and events to offer that you won't find elsewhere. Local tour guide Friuli Venezia, I invite you to join me in viewing and discovering the ever-changing, astonishing building that is Friuli Venezia. My life and tourist passions are permanently linked to this place. That is why, for as long as I can remember, I have been successfully fulfilling my role as Friuli Venezia's Local tourist guide. I believe that the most important thing is always the people and the enclaves in which we live. As a result of being here and also working professionally, I have managed not only to get to know every charming corner of Friuli Venezia, but above all to experience the peculiarities of this corner, the people and the atmosphere here.

It is not necessarily the one who knows the language and can show the most famous places that turns out to be an unforgettable Local tour guide of Friuli Venezia. It takes a lot more than that to ensure the best possible tour experience. Mainly you need to have a positive attitude towards people, be able to listen to them and hold a conversation with them. A reliable Friuli Venezia Local tourist guide is a person who has got to know them thoroughly, lives in the area, fulfils himself professionally and is active in the local community. A tourist guide knows every corner, knows and understands how members of the community exist. Only a tourist guide knows how to present Friuli Venezia both to those who are in the area for the first time and to tourists who are hoping to track down original secrets.

Exploring the nooks and crannies with a Friuli Venezia Local tour guide will undoubtedly enable you to achieve experiences. Mainly, you can expect to be served in your language. You have the opportunity to talk freely with the Local tourist guide. You can ask questions, make suggestions and your own comments. The use of a Friuli Venezia Local tour guide allows you to freely also individually arrange your sightseeing offer to suit your possibilities and individual needs. My commitment to our joint travel Friuli Venezia will provide you with a faultless tour time with a Local tour guide. It is very important that I also understand the values and the local sense of humour, and I have the ability to adapt the nature and form of knowledge transfer to your expectations. I will advise you to find extraordinary places, not only those known from tourist guides, but also those which are loved by locals. You will have the opportunity to sample the local cuisine in the most famous restaurants or bars. I will introduce you to enigmatic backstreets which enchant you with their unique atmosphere. I will show you why I love this city so much.

I thus invite you to experience what is most wonderful and precious about Friuli Venezia. There is no doubt that the unique aura and colour of this region will become engraved in your memory. I will do my best to make sure that you completely get to know as well as experience the unique heritage of Friuli Venezia as well as being able to get well acquainted with its climate.

Local guide Friuli Venezia Ellen Bos. Private guide in Friuli Venezia

 

Attractions of Friuli Venezia

  • Piazza Unità d'Italia in Trieste. Located in the city centre of Trieste, the Piazza Unità d'Italia is one of the largest of its kind in and around the city. Surrounded on three sides by neo-classical and baroque buildings, the rectangular square is bordered on the fourth side directly by the Gulf of Trieste and is thus one of the largest squares in Europe that are open to the sea. Around the square are buildings such as the Pallazo Communale Town Hall in eclectic style, the monumental Palazzo Modello, combining elements of classical antiquity and Local Renaissance with medieval and baroque styles, or the beautiful Palazzo Pitteri, the oldest building on the square, now serving as the headquarters of an insurance company, but preserved in its original state thanks to renovations.
  • Grotta Gigante - a cave located in Sgonico. Grotta Gigante is a cave located in Sgonico, in the province of Trieste in the Friuli Venezia Giulia region. In 1995 it was entered in the Guinness Book of Records as the largest tourist cave in the world, and this fact can definitely encourage you to visit it! At 115 metres deep, the cave is covered with stalactites and stalagmites of various sizes, which is very impressive.
  • The Miramare Castle in the Friuli region. The charming Miramare Castle, built in 1856-1870 on the rocks above the sea, is a sight to behold. At first glance you might get the impression that it is a typical castle from a Disney fairy tale! Surrounding the building are perfectly preserved parks with rich Mediterranean vegetation, historic sculptures and ponds. There is also a botanical garden, a miniature castle and a palm house, the only place of its kind in northern Italy. The castle has numerous ornaments and beautifully carved columns, on top of which appear, among other things, figures of angels and other mythical creatures.
  • Lungomare di Barcola. The Promenade di Barcola is a four-kilometre-long flat strip paved with asphalt just above the seafront, stretching simultaneously from the Skabar Gardens to the beautiful Miramare Castle in Trieste, Italy. You can both walk and jog there, as well as sit near it and enjoy the beautiful views. Because of the surrounding parks that surround the Miramare Castle, relaxing in this area is truly unique and charming - there are numerous pubs and restaurants near Lungomare di Barcola where you can sample local delicacies. It is the perfect place for a lazy rest and a stroll just after you have finished visiting the Miramare Castle.
  • Friuli aegion - Rosandra Valley. Another charming place to visit is the Rosandra Valley, located between the city of Trieste and the border with Slovenia, precisely in the Friuli region. This valley is also part of a natural park, where beautiful trails are organised that lead to the best viewpoints of the area. The hills around the Rosandra Valley rise to around 412 m, and the biggest attractions here are undoubtedly the Supet waterfall and the historic church of Our Lady of Siaris. After exploring the valley and admiring the views, it's worth heading for a meal on the Slovenian side. A charming place where you can actively relax!
  • Natural History Museum in Trieste. For lovers of Local flora and fauna, the Museum of Natural History in Trieste, where more than two million botanical, zoological, mineralogical, geological and palaeontological specimens have been prepared, is an extremely interesting place. The site was established as a zoological museum in 1846 in the Palazzo Biserini palace and continues to operate as such today. It has been upgraded with modern technology, all for the comfort of visitors. One of the most characteristic specimens in the collection of the Natural History Museum of Trieste is the Dinosaur Antonio, which is the largest and most complete Local dinosaur, but also one of the most important palaeontological discoveries in Europe.
  • Parco Tematico della Grande Guerra di Monfalcone. The Great War theme park in Monfalcone is a unique place for lovers of war history. Covering more than four square kilometres, the facility has areas showing the sites of many battles between June 1915 and May 1917. It is a well-organised open-air site based on three routes that lead to other battle points, perfectly preserved defensive facades and many other valuable exhibits.
  • Cividale del Friuli. Cividale del Friuli is a beautiful historic town located in northern Italy, in the Friuli Venezia Giulia region, in the province of Udine. The charming surroundings are mainly due to the Alps, at the foot of which the town is located, while being close to the border with Slovenia. Cividale del Fruli is a peaceful town, where time passes much more slowly than in the major Local metropolises. Its ancient history, unusual architecture and numerous monuments make it a popular destination. In the city, it is worth seeing the historic Devil's Bridge, of which Cividale del Friuli is actually the most famous, as well as the National Archaeological Museum, where we can see numerous excavations and exhibits from ancient times.
  • Sauris .The region of Venezia Giulia is very rich in small and charming villages and each of them has places worth seeing. Sauris, another town in the north of Italy, in the province of Udine, is no different. It has a population of around 4 000 inhabitants, but is nevertheless a place worth visiting if only for the beautiful Lago di Sauris, a lake whose emerald waters are reminiscent of the tropics, or the Zipline Sauris amusement park, where the main attraction is the Tyrolean train ride, a method of sliding down a rope suspended between a precipice on the two highest peaks in the area. An excellently organised amusement park, beautiful views and the surrounding lake are enough arguments to visit this small town!
  • Monte Santo di Lussari. Small mountain towns of great historical value are nothing unusual in Italy, especially around the Alps. A special place is Monte Santo di Lussari, a small hilltop settlement in the Julian Alps. Monte Santo di Lussari owes its fame mainly to the monastery built in the 16th century on top of the mountain, which is known as the Church of the "Three Peoples" because it is a place of pilgrimage for people of all three neighbouring linguistic families: Localic, Romanic and Slavic. In addition to the beautiful sanctuary in question, there is also a ski resort at Lussari, which can be reached by cable car. The most popular slopes for downhill skiing are at Di Prampero and Alpe Limerza.

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Local guide Friuli Venezia Ellen Bos. Private guide in Friuli Venezia

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