The Walk of Peace Visitor Centre, IAT Fogliano Redipuglia

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Visit us in the Walk of Peace Visitor Centre in Fogliano Redipuglia. Our Visitor Centre is located in the Regia Stazione, a historically relevant railway station that was built in the 1930s and whose architectural characteristics typical of that era are still visible. You are kindly invited to explore the Walk of Peace and plan your hikes along it with us. You can visit our Multimedia Museum of the Great War and peek into our shop whose offer boasts a variety of selected souvenirs and history and tourist literature. Available are all kinds of information about the trail, free promotion leaflets, maps and a guidebook to the Walk of Peace from the Alps to the Adriatic trail. In our centre, you can hire experienced guides who will take you to guided tours or you can rent audio guides that will give you a personal tour of the museum and the surrounding areas. In addition to the information on the Walk of Peace, our Visitor Centre also provides other information related to Redipuglia/Redipulja and other places in this area which are related to World War I. Welcome!

Opening hours: Monday–Saturday Sunday, Holidays
1 October–30 May 9:30–12:30 & 15:00–18:00 9:30–12:30
1 June–30 September 9:30–12:30 & 15:30–18:30 9:30–12:30

 

Photos: PromoTurismoFVG

 

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Access and useful info

Access

The Visitor Centre is located on the premises of the IAT Fogliano Redipuglia (the former Regia Stazione di Redipuglia) by the SR305 regional road close to the Italian Charnel House of Redipuglia/Redipulja.

Information

Centro visitatori Walk of Peace,
IAT Fogliano Redipuglia

(The Walk of Peace Visitor Centre,
IAT Fogliano Redipuglia)

Via III Armata, 37
I–34070 Fogliano Redipuglia (GO)
+39 0481 489139, +39 346 176 1913
info@prolocofoglianoredipuglia.it
http://www.prolocofoglianoredipuglia.it/

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GPS coordinates

45.853521, 13.485761

Best time of year

January‒December
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