Historical centres

Portogruaro

Portogruaro is located in the centre of the Lison Pramaggiore wine production area and is a small town with a typical Venetian imprint.

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Portorož (Portorož)

A renowned resort in Slovenian Istria with a centuries-old spa tradition, Portorož is one of the most famous seaside resorts on the Upper

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Ravenna

Beautiful, cultured and elegant, city of saints, bankers and kings, this fascinating city a few kilometers from the sea, boasts eight monuments

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Saint Albert of Ravenna

Here you will find the Ravenna Museum of Natural Sciences, rich in collections ornithological and entomological, and the Po Delta Park visitor centre.

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Santa Maria del Mare

Located at the end of the island of Pellestrina here we find the Fort of San Pietro in Volta, an Austrian fortification built with the aim of defending access

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Sežana (Sesana)

It is the main economic centre of the Karst and is home to a centuries-old botanical garden and the Living Museum of the Karst which covers over 700

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Stra

Famous in the world for its beautiful patrician residences and in particular for Villa Pisani, with its ballroom frescoed by Tiepolo, the stables,

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Sveto (Sutta)

Sveto is a rather large town whose main attraction is the church dedicated to Sant'Egidio, one of the main examples of sacred architecture in Slovenia. Dating back to the 16th century, it is known for its unusual shape, as the octagonal ceiling is supported, like an umbrella, by the central column. Noteworthy is the main altar, moved here from Gorizia, which is certainly one of the most beautiful Baroque stone altars in Slovenia.
Next to the church grows the majestic "cinquecentenary" lime tree, under which the inhabitants of the village used to meet and discuss the problems of the community.

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Taglio di Po

The municipality of Taglio di Po owes its name to the great work of river engineering carried out by the Serenissima Republic of Venice at the beginning

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The Baths of Abano and Montegrotto

Abano and Montegrotto form the largest spa in Europe thanks to the activity of about 100 hotels with integrated spas.

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Tolmin

Tolmino lies in the upper Soča Valley, in the heart of the Julian Alps, on a vast plain where the Tolminca and Idria streams flow into the river.

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Tomaj (Tomadio)

Village where you can visit the birthplace of Srečko Kosovel, one of the most significant Slovenian poets, author of the early 20th century, who died prematurely at the age of 22.

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Torviscosa

This small urban centre was born, after important reclamation works, at the end of the Thirties of the twentieth century to host

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Trieste

Beautiful and cultured, Trieste is the most cosmopolitan city in Italy. You can breathe in the glorious Hapsburg past and

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Črni Kal (Cernicale)

In the village, surrounded by greenery, the whiteness of the church of San Valentino stands out. Here you can see the portal to the Benko House,

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Škrbina (Scherbina)

The main road divides the village in the upper and lower part, narrow around some fertile dolines. From the silhouette of the village,

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Štanjel (San Daniele del Carso)

Its castle and surrounding walls make it one of the most interesting tourist places in the entire Karst. The ancient part of the village consists of a small

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