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Pordenone, a city you will be glad to discover


The Best Western Plus Park Hotel enjoys a strategic location in the old city center of Pordenone, which makes it the ideal point of departure for a tour of the city. In Pordenone, history and modernity, nature and industrialization are merged in perfect harmony.

The history of this city (ancient Portus Naonis) is still linked to the Noncello, a navigable river that has long determined its economic and industrial growth. The past of Pordenone is still visible in the palazzi, frescos and monuments of the attractive city center. As you walk through the arcades of Corso Vittorio Emanuele (formerly known as Contrada Maggiore, one of the main city arteries), you will be fascinated by the city’s old charm, but also by its boutiques and welcoming cafes. You will also have the opportunity to admire the painted facades of imposing palazzi such as the Palazzo Ricchieri or the Palazzo Gregoris, built during the sixteenth century.

In Pordenone, history, art, nature, and enogastronomy are fused to offer you a unique travel experience.
Pordenone also stands out as a culturally modern and vivacious Italian city. In fact, it promotes important events such as the Book Festival with authors associated to Pordenone Legge (in September) and the International Silent Film Festival (in October).

Our Travel Tips ... not to be missed:

  • walk under the old city center arcades to admire the swallows that arrive in Pordenone each spring to make their nests, offering a rare and wonderful sight to locals and tourists alike
  • enjoy a wine tasting at the wineries of "The Wine and Food Routes Friuli Venezia Giulia": only if you book on this website, you get 3 wine tastings free of charge!!!
  • taste the main specialties of Friulian cuisine in a traditional trattoria: frico (fried cheese with potatoes and onions, usually served with polenta) and cured ham from San Daniele
  • see the facades of the Gothic and Renaissance arcaded palazzi on Corso Vittorio Emanuele with their typical frescos, which won Pordenone the epithet “Urbs Picta”
  • visit the Romanic-Gothic San Marco Cathedral, which hosts the altar piece known as Madonna della Misericordia from “il Pordenone”
  • walk through the San Valentino park, the biggest city park of the Friuli region (7 hectares), or visit the Noncello river park, green lung of Pordenone
  • visit the Pordenone Civic Library, which hosts two bibliographical rarities from the nineteenth century: the smallest book in the world (15x9 mm) and a microcalligraphed edition of the Divine Comedy
  • visit the house where Pier Paolo Pasolini was born in Casarsa (PN), which currently functions as the Pier Paolo Pasolini Studies Center


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