Udine, a small capital for the Great War
Get armed with curiosity, because this tour will take you to places where the memories of the Great War are hidden behind a curtain. Udine became the strategic capital of Italian army during the First World War, as King Victor Emmanuel III and the Supreme Military Commanders moved in town to get near the fighting line with the Austrian troops. With the help of period illustrations, our guide will lead you in this reconnaissance mission, as most buildings have now recovered their peaceful destination. Get ready to go on the march!