These Old Italian Villages Were Transformed Into Dozens Of Hotels

Dec 07, 2015 552

by Luisa Taliento

Alberghi diffusi are true gems created in communities where you can breathe in the history. A model of responsible tourism, they include dozens of structures all over the country, many brought together in the Alberghi Diffusi Association (alberghidiffusi.it), creating an accommodation that is halfway between a home and a hotel.

With just over a thousand inhabitants, Sutrio is one of the most characteristic villages in Carnia, the mountain area in the northwest of the Friuli Venezia Giulia region. Its beautifully restored historic center is home to an albergo diffuso, with 18th-century houses renovated and tastefully decorated in typical mountain style (albergodiffuso.org).

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