The four faces of Cividale - without architectural barriersCividale is so steeped in history that the visitor can actually feel it.keyboard_arrow_right
The town has preserved the most important artistic and cultural features of its extremely wealthy past.
A Roman, Longobard, Patriarchal and Veneto city these are the four different faces of Cividale, which visitors can still admire today in an unforgettable journey through time.
Total time: total from around 2 hours and 30 minutes to 4 hours (possible visits to Monastery, to Christian museum and to National Archaeological Museum with entrance fees)
Distance: circa 3 km
Difficulty: low (the museums are accessible to people of limited mobility)
Start: Piazza Paolo Diacono, 10 (Informacittà counter – Information and tourist centre)
- Corso Paolino d’Aquileia, Town hall building;
- Piazza del Duomo: National Archaeological Museum; Palazzo de Nordis and Cathedral;
- just past the corner of the Cahedral, turn into Via G.B. Candotti (slight gradient): Christian Museum and Cathedral Treasure;
- corso Paolino d’Aquileia towards Devil's bridge;
-via Monastero Maggiore: Monastery of Santa Maria in Valle and Longobard Temple;
- return throughvia Monastero Maggiore, in the direction of Devil's bridge;, and again corso Paolino d'Aquileia;
- Largo Boiani, Foro Giulio Cesare, piazza Dante: Veneto Arsenal Porta S.Pietro;
- via Ristori, Piazza Paolo Diacono.
There is an alternative to this route without architectural barriers: The four faces of Cividale - with architectural barriers