Difference between revisions of "Bugnara"
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Bugnara is a small mountain village in the Abruzzo region. The village is perched on the side of the mountain 'Colle Rotondo' and has a picturesque medieval centre.
Bugnara has a tiny railway station, about ten minutes walk away in the valley. About five trains run daily from Sulmona from 6am until 8pm (the last one runs through Goriano and takes a bit longer).
There are actually about three or fours buses a day from Rome Tiburtina bus station that stop in Bugnara on their way to Scanno. The bus stops by the bridge at the bottom of the town. There are about seven local buses a day that run from Sulmona through Introdacqua and Torre Del Nolfi that stop in the main square.
On the A25 take the exit for Anversa (if you are coming from Rome) or Sulmona if you are coming from Pescara. Bugnara is about ten minutes drive away from each exit (follow signs to Introdacqua and Bugnara).
Bugnara is small enough to cover entirely on foot.
Plenty of B&Bs and private houses for rent.