Trieste is a unique city with a rich history and culture.


Welcome to Friuli-Venezia Giulia, a region in northeastern Italy known for its multicultural heritage and stunning natural landscapes. Spanning approximately 7,900 square kilometers, Friuli-Venezia Giulia borders Austria and Slovenia, blending Italian, Slavic, and Germanic influences. Friulians are known for their hospitality and culinary craftsmanship, producing exquisite white wines like Friulano and Ribolla Gialla, as well as San Daniele prosciutto and Montasio cheese. Explore the charming town of Trieste, once a bustling port city at the crossroads of Europe, or venture into the Julian Alps for skiing and hiking adventures. Friuli-Venezia Giulia joined the Kingdom of Italy in 1866 and has since embraced its diverse cultural heritage while promoting sustainable tourism and preserving its natural beauty. Experience the unique blend of cultures and landscapes in Friuli-Venezia Giulia, where every corner tells a story of history, tradition, and innovation.

Cross-border Trade:

Strategic location for international trade with Central Europe.

Wine and Gastronomy:

Produces quality wines and gourmet foods.

Tourism Opportunities:

Scenic landscapes attract outdoor enthusiasts.

Innovation and Technology:

Emphasis on research and development.


Diverse manufacturing industries contribute to the economy.