Amateur podcast on Friuli

Why you should visit Friuli Venezia Giulia

My husband Manlio and I recently were invited to do a podcast with Chris for an Amateur Traveler episode #723 sharing our reasons why you should visit Friuli Venezia Giulia. This is our home, where our family lives, the region my husband was born and raised in. 

Enjoy!

Travel to Friuli Venezia Giulia, Italy – Amateur Traveler Episode 723

Review from one of Audrey’s clients:

Audrey, I just finished listening to the podcast.  Gosh, it was so great to hear your voice.  Honestly, I could listen to you go on forever – I’m amazed at how much you’ve learned (and remembered!) about all these places.  The Friuli Venezia Giulia sounds like an amazing region – so varied in what it has to offer a visitor.  I was particularly intrigued by how it is a bit more off the beaten track and offers a visitor a variety of historical and natural wonders to enjoy.  I was madly typing in my search engine to see images of the various places you and Manlio were rhyming off so it was like I was watching a slide show at the same time as hearing all about the history and culture of this region! We continue to be well and so yearn for the days when we can travel again – you will be the first person we call! Kelly and Dave Wawrychuck

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About Audrey De Monte

Born in New York City, raised in Western Africa, I have studied, lived and worked on three continents (Africa, Europe and North America), and have traveled extensively throughout the world. Travel has shaped my life, who I am, how I look at the world and continues to be my biggest teacher. Together with my native Italian husband, we speak 5 languages. Western Europe is my backyard, in particular Spain, France, Germany, and Italy—countries where I have spent my life, since early childhood, visiting family, friends, studying, living and working.