Hotel Ramandolo

Via Forni di Sotto 28, Udine, Italy
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Accommodation Or really any helpful tips about Udine!

by Irishcutie3

Sono Irlandese e studieró a Udine, per l'anno erasmus, in settembre!! What I want to know is basically if you know any websites I could go on to get accommodation etc. I was also wondering because there is no airport in Udine, is it best to fly to Trieste or to Verona??!
Any information will be helpful
Grazie Mille xx

RE: Accommodation Or really any helpful tips about Udine!

by sierralyndon

Not sure if there are any Udine-specific websites for accommodation but if you go to sites like and search under Udine, you might find something.

As for airports, Trieste is of course far closer to Udine than Verona is. In fact, even Venice (Marco Polo) or Treviso would be closer to Udine than Verona. Depends on what airline you're flying - you could fly Ryanair to Treviso and then make your way to the train station to catch a train to Udine. Otherwise if you're flying a national carrier (prob. Alitalia) then Trieste would be your best bet.

RE: RE: Accommodation Or really any helpful tips about Udine!

by Irishcutie3

Thank you so much. x

RE: RE: Accommodation Or really any helpful tips about Udine!

by Tetreus

Hi !

If you already know somebody at the university perhaps you can put a little note. Lot's of little notes are hanging there, I don't think it's a problem to find a room in Udine.

Trieste is much better than was written in the former posting..choose Venezia, Treviso if Trieste is not available.

If you want to know more info, just mail us !
What are you going to study ?

Janine ( Udine )

Travel Tips for Udine

The Cathedral

by croisbeauty

Il campanile, the bell-tower, was constructed in 1441 in the place of previous octagonal shape batpistery. It was designed by master Cristoforo da Milano.
The plan was to extend it over the size of dell'Agnelo's belfry of the church of Santa Maria di Cactello, but it was rejected because the structure of its walls couldn't support additional weight.

Go to a football match

by sierralyndon

The Friuli Stadium (Stadio Friuli) in Udine is located in Piazzale Argentina. It has a maximum capacity of 41,500 people and is the home ground of Udinese FC.

It is always great fun going to football games, and once I attended some sort of tournament among Udinese, Juventus and Milan where they played half-hour games. But I got to see some of the great players...

Il Palazzetto Veneziano

by croisbeauty

Il Palazzetto Veneziano, the Venetian Haus, was reconstructed in 1910, after it was pulled down to make the space for Palazzo d'Aronco.
Originally, the palace was built in the 14th and 15th century and during the reconstruction works the original parts of the marble were preserved. However, the reconstruction did not respected the original proportions of the building, therefore it looks "stretched" now.

Loggia del Lionello

by Mikebond

A beautiful, Venetian-style building on the Piazza della Libertà. It is the City Hall palace. It was realised between 1448 and 1456 by Bartolomeo delle Cisterne from Capodistria (today Koper, in Slovenija), based on a project of Nicolò Lionello. It was rebuilt in 1876 after a fire.

Porticato di San Giovanni

by Mikebond

The Porticato di San Giovanni (Saint John's colonnade) stands right opposite the Loggia del Lionello. It was Bernardino di Morcote from Tessin-Ticino (CH) who planned it in 1553 in order to integrate the pre-existing Torre dell'Orologio (clock-tower), very similar to the one in Venetian Piazza San Marco. Saint John's chapel in the centre is today the Pantheon ai caduti (Pantheon to the dead).
The two statues in front of the colonnade represent Hercules and Cacus.


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