You Can Now Stay In Friuli Venezia Giulia’s Film Locations

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by InTrieste

From America to Italy, the new trend of savoring the experience of staying in the places of cinema is spreading. The trend has been picked up in Friuli Venezia Giulia and thanks to the new update of the “FVG Film Locations” portal dedicated to film tourism in FVG it is now possible to discover the accommodation facilities that used to be film sets and experience the thrill of sleeping where you favorite movie was set.

The new update of the “FVG Film Locations” portal, dedicated to film tourism in Friuli Venezia Giulia (www.cineturismofvg.com), is now online, which brings with it the addition of twenty-two (22) accommodation facilities that have been film sets. From America to Italy, the new trend of trying the experience of staying in the places of cinema is spreading.

“FVG Film Locations” is the offspring of “Cineturismo: promotion of cinema locations in FVG”, a broad communication project conceived and implemented by Studio Sandrinelli and Divulgando, with the contribution of the Autonomous Region of Friuli Venezia Giulia and the collaboration of the FVG Film Commission and the Cineteca di Gemona, to which numerous partners adhered including the Palazzo del Cinema Association of Gorizia, the Hotel Riviera and Maximilian, the Savoia Excelsior Palace and the Spessa Castle.

With a few quick steps, the traveler can discover all the characteristics of the desired hotel structure through the presence of photos, descriptions, related services, curiosities and the films associated with it. There is no shortage of contacts to ensure that the user can, in complete autonomy, check availability and request further information directly from the individual structures.

The complete list: in the Udine area, Villa Dragoni (Buttrio), Hotel Spartiacque (Camporosso in Valcanale), Hotel Cristallo (Udine), Villa Gallici Deciani (Cassacco), Al Monastero (Cividale del Friuli), Albergo Rododendro (Tarvisio) , Hotel Saisera (Valbruna), Ronchi Di Sant’Egidio and Rosazzo Abbey (Manzano), Casa Oberrichter and Hotel Valcanale (Malborghetto). In Trieste: Hotel Riviera and Maximilian, Savoia Excelsior Palace, DoubleTree by Hilton, Hotel Città di Parenzo, Grand Hotel Duchi d’Aosta. In the Gorizia area: Castello di Spessa (Capriva del Friuli), Grand Hotel Entourage and Palazzo Lantieri (Gorizia), Grand Hotel Astoria and Oche Selvatiche Boutique Hotel (Grado), Codelli (Mossa).

Cineturismo – also known as film tourism – is a form of tourism that attracts millions of travelers all over the world and is growing rapidly in Italy as well. Journalist Michele Casella also underlines this in a recent article published in Il Sole24 Ore, a sign of a consolidated evolution of the habits of the increasingly curious, attentive tourist/traveler looking for new experiences to share with the local community.

All information on the portal is available in 4 languages ​​- Italian, English, German and Slovenian; “FVG Film Locations”, in fact, also wants to be a tool that looks towards the important appointment of 2025, which will see Nova Gorica and Gorizia, together, as the European capital of Culture.

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