When you stay in the villas Udine has, you can start your holiday Udine with a trip into its capital city called Udine. There are plenty of Udine apartments that can cater to your requirements, in terms of budget and location. Udine, the capital of the province, is known for its history that takes it back to the Neolithic age when it was settled by the Illyrians. There are plenty of things to see and do here. So get ready to enjoy old churches, gardens and museums. One of the places that you must put on your sightseeing map is the St. Mary of the Castle Church. This is perhaps the oldest church in Udine. You can also use the time you spend in the villas Udine has to visit the Piazza della Liberta, which is the main square in the city. Take a look at the fountain created by Giovanni Carrara.
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Staying in the Udine apartments will also give you an opportunity to visit Tarcento, which is known for its castle on Coia. This is the site for a bonfire ritual that is believed to have started from the Celtic times. There is also the arts centre in this hill which is hosted by a 19th century house. Use the time you spend in the villas Udine has to travel to Codroipo, which was founded in the Roman times and today, enjoys popularity for its Museum of Contemporary Art. This museum can be found in Villa Manin. You can also enjoy your stay in the Udine apartments and travel into Tolmezzo, which is known for its view of the Strabut Mountain. If you fancy going to the sea you can visit the famous cities Triest, Venice or Padova.
Use your Udine accommodation as a starting point to explore the region
Staying in the villas Udine has is also good opportunity to enjoy walking in the many mountains of the region. Apart from Strabut, you can also walk in the vicinity of Mount Amariana. One more place that you can visit when you are in Tolmezzo is the 18th century Palazzo Campeis. Latisana is another commune that you can go to while spending your holidays in Udine apartments. This commune has a cathedral dating back to the 17th century and its canvas dating back to 1567 portrays the Baptism of Jesus in a wonderful manner. Staying in the villas Udine has is a good time to enjoy the delights of Gemona, which has a mammoth bell tower. Udine lies also quite close to Slovenia's Adriatic Coast and to Croatia. Porec and Rovinj in Istria are just about 2 hours away from Udine - maybe your next little day trip?
What are the most popular accommodations in the Udine province?
The most popular accommodation types in the Udine province are apartment rentals and house rentals. With 2,412 accommodations in the Udine province, the perfect holiday home is only one click away.
What does it cost to rent a holiday home in the Udine province?
Prices start at just £35 per night. Most house rentals in the Udine province are 87 m² and apartment rentals are 55 m².
Do you offer pet-friendly apartment rentals in the Udine province?
If you are travelling with your pet, we have the perfect solution: Apartment rentals are the most pet-friendly accommodation types in the Udine province. On average a pet-friendly rental costs £83 per night.
Do you also offer accommodations that are suitable for groups in the Udine province ?
We can help you find accommodations in the Udine province for a group. On average, the apartment rentals has space for 5 guests.