Visit the city of Pordenone on one of the many spring days, in which the climate offers interesting landscape views, after a rainy day: the bell tower of the Cathedral Concattedrale di S. Marco, which recalls the homonymous in Piazza San Marco in Venice – not coincidentally, given the centuries of Venetian influence on the city – take some pictures at the Palazzo Comunale, built in medieval times (1291) with Renaissance additions, or enjoy shopping or a simple walk in Corso Vittorio Emanuele II with its arcades, which recall those Bolognese. On a rainy day, the Art Museum and the Civic Museum of Science will welcome you warmly.
Pordenone is a beautiful, modern, curious and fun city: it is also a beautiful historic center that you can walk around to be seduced by the elegance of the painted palaces and arcades, by the poetry of the frescoes that reveal the history of the city. Pordenone is also the city that gave birth to Giovanni Antonio de Sacchis (1484-1539), known as Pordenone, the greatest Friulian painter of the Renaissance.
Corso Vittorio Emanuele II, the ancient Contrada Maggiore, an elegant street with long arcades, palaces of great artistic interest, well-kept shop windows and welcoming cafes begins from the ancient Palazzo del Comune, with its very original Gothic forms.
The historic center of the city is closed to ordinary and tourist traffic. For more information, consult the official page of the municipality of Pordenone: http://www.comune.pordenone.it/it/comune/progetti/ztl Do not hesitate to contact us in case of further doubts.
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