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  • EUROPEAN FUND FOR REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT
  • P.I.C. INTERREG IIIA ITALY-AUSTRIA 2000-2006
  • 2.2 MEASURE - CROSS-BORDER COOPERATION
    IN THE TOURISM SECTOR

How to Arrive There

Ragogna, the reference point for the sights of the Great War in the Friulan Hills, is a town sited in the center of the Friuli - Venezia Giulia Region (Italy), within about 30 kms from Udine, to the North-West. Given the geographical position of the region, it is easily enjoyable by visitors coming from Italian regions nearby, and from the adjacent countries of Austria and Slovenia.
In order to arrive in Ragogna, San Daniele and Forgaria, there are three comfortable roads, starting from the motorway exits mentioned below (A 23, A 4, A 38):

from Udine , follow the national highway Strada Statale 464 all the way to Fagagna, then the provincial road Strada Provinciale 5 towards San Daniele and then Ragogna;

from Gemona, follow the national highway Strada Statale 463 towards San Daniele del Friuli, there turn right along the provincial road Strada Provinciale 5 until you reach Ragogna;

from Pordenone, follow the national highway Strada Statale 464 until Sequals, then through Pinzano and the provincial road Strada Provinciale 5 you'll reach Ragogna.