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Portogruaro Renaissance Walk is a 0.8 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Portogruaro, Veneto, Italy and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for walking and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail.

Length 0.8 mi Elevation gain 16 ft Route type Loop

Dog friendly

Wheelchair friendly

Kid friendly

Stroller friendly

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City walk

Historic site

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Portogruaro is a city historically influenced by Venice and is the historical capital of the province east of the Piave up to the Tagliamento. Historically, it was always in the Pordenone province, the moral capital of the area, and in the last 2 centuries it has been linked to Udine (50 km) more than to Venice (65 km on wheel and 10 on boat). Its history is seen in the Renaissance palaces that adorn the main street of the city, along with the Gothic palace of 1250 which today is the municipal hall.

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Raoul Tommasi Crudeli
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Portogruaro, city reality strongly influenced by Venice of the '500 so as to be the historical capital of the province east of the Piave up to the Tagliamento. Historically it has always contended in Pordenone the moral capital of the area and in the last 2 centuries it has been linked to Udine (50 km) more than to Venice (65 km on wheel and 10 on boat). Its' 500 is seen in the Renaissance palaces that adorn the main street of the city along with the Gothic palace of 1250 which today is the municipal hall.