Hotel Quo Vadis

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Piazzale Cella 28, Udine, 3310, Italy
Hotel Quo Vadis
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Rated 18% lower than similarly priced 3 star hotels

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Weather in September

by SSSony12


What is the typical weather in Udine, Venice and surrounding areas in September?



RE: Weather in September

by fabio62

Hi from Fabio.
I live in Udine and I've been working for many years also in Venice. September in North East Italy and specially Udine, are Months of days that begin sonny and then in the afternoon they turn to rain showers.

Is better you take with you pullover and umbrellas for the afternoon. However also in the "better Septembers " it's never so hot as in the summer. These are the last days of summer, but mild days.

If want contact me when you come in Udine I'll give you any kind of suggestion and Help! Ciao

Travel Tips for Udine

The Cathedral

by croisbeauty

At the portal of the cathedral the new arch in nothern style of 13th century was added, while the lateral parts of the building were decorated in the German Gothic style.
Click on the picture to enlarged it and you'll see the unique beauty of the portal.

Santuario della Modonna delle Grazie

by croisbeauty

Todays construction of the Sanctuary of Madonna delle Grazie dates from 1730 and later on in the first half of the 19th century. In addition to the sanctuary there is the Convento dei Padri Serviti, a Convent dates back from the 15th century.
The Sanctuary was built on the spot of an earlier church from the 15th century, dedicated to San Gervaiso.
The interior of one nave sanctuary is very spacious and it preserves valuable paintings of Luca Monteverde and the famous painting of "Beata Vergine".

Gemona del Friuli

by sierralyndon

Gemona is a hillside village north of Udine. It was completely destroyed by an earthquake which hit the region in 1976. Hence practically the whole village was rebuilt. So it has a very "new" feeling as you walk along the hilly streets. Noteworthy sites here include the Duomo and just enjoying the spectacular view of the mountains from up close.

Arco di Castello

by croisbeauty

This beautiful arch stands in between The Castle and the Castle Church. It is the gateway into the huge open space behind the castle where the Casa di Contadinanza is situated.
Unfortunatelly, I couldn't have any usefull information regarding this arch.

Torre dell'orologio

by croisbeauty

Torre dell'orologio, the Town Clock, which rises from the Loggia di San Giovanni, is probably the best known site of Udine.
The contrats of the blue coloured smiling sun inside the clock looks great on the white stone of the tower. Bellow the clock there is a Venetian lion, which simbolize the town of Udine as a part of the Venetian republic.


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Address: Piazzale Cella 28, Udine, 3310, Italy