A pass with a wide range of services to explore Friuli Venezia Giulia, while spending less!
Create your own personal travel plan to discover Friuli Venezia Giulia, where you find art, culture, sea, mountains and well-being! For the full list of regional attractions where you can get in free with the FVGcard!
What is it?
The FVGcard is a chip card bearing the holder's name. From the date of the first use it may last 48 hours or 7 days and gives you free entry to any attractions it covers.
How much does it cost?
48 h € 25,00
1 week € 39,00
How does it work?
For the full list of Friuli Venezia Giulia attractions where you can get in free with the FVGcard (View the full list of the benefits included in the FVGcard).
Activating the FVGCard
The FVGCard is valid from the date written on it.
48 h: € 20,00
1 week: € 31,00
For owners of Village Card and One Day Card by purchasing the FVGcard at Village Infopoint or at "PromoTurismoFVG" point.
Villa Chiozza, via Carso 3 - 33052 Cervignano del Friuli (UD)
Recently returned to Brescia’s citizens after being closed for 9 years, Pinacoteca Tosio Martinengo reopens to the public presenting a new layout and extremely important works of art, from the Renaissance and its main representatives like Raphael and Lotto to the greatest 19th century painters. This museum brings Brescia more and more at the centre of cultural and tourist itineraries in Lombardy and northern Italy.
This UNESCO World Heritage site tells the story of Brescia through 12.000 works and remarkable buildings, such as an archaeological area with two Roman domus, the Lombard Cathedral of San Salvatore and its crypt, the Romanesque oratory of Santa Maria in Solario and the Nuns’ choir.