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Pescara is a city in Abruzzo. It is the most populous city of the region, as well as being an active industrial center (metal and mechanics, conciaria, refining of sulfur, petrochemical), agricultural market and port fishing boat. Located on the sea, it is a popular seaside resort.


Traffic is their biggest problem along with limited parking. Taxis are few, it is an easy city to walk. There are pedestrian areas limited to traffic and good sidewalks. Just get in with a good pair of shoes and enjoy

Get in

By plane

It is possible to fly from Brussels South (Charleroi) to Pescara using the Italian low-budget airline OnAir [6]

You can also fly Ryanair from London direct to Pescara Airport which is less than 10 minutes from the city. You can take direct flight from JFK and Toronto though with a limited schedule. Ryanair also flies from Oslo (Torp) every Saturday and Tuesday. It flies also from Frankfurt (Hahn) in Germany[7]

By train

The train from Rome takes about four hours but it is a spectacular route through the mountains, through towns such as Avezzano and Sulmona.

By car

By bus

From Pescara Centre to Pescara Airport: coach n. 38 departing every 15 minutes from Pescara Railway Station. Single trip: 1,00 eur

From Pescara Airport terminal to Pescara Centre: coach n. 38 departing every 15 minutes from the terminal. The first bus transfer from the airport at 06.00, the last bus transfer from the airport at 22.30.

Tickets sold at the automatic machine in the terminal arrivals area.

By boat

There are ferries in the summer connecting Pescara with Split and several islands in central Dalmatia including Hvar. Car ferries are run by Jadrolinija [8] and faster hyrdofoils by SNAV [9]. Ferries leave from the ferry terminal.

Get around



enjoy the wonderful beaches. Free beaches are limited however the entire shoreline il dotted with "stabilimenti balneari" and ombrelloni, each with his own name and color scheme. You can dine, enjoy a pizza or caffe' in all of them. Red flags means no swimming...white flags you can enjoy the wonderful Adriatic sea Mondays are market days in the area of the stadium. There is a classic open air market where everything can be had just walk through and enjoy

  • Dedalo center for contemporary art, contrada fornaca 28 (castiglione a casauria), [1]. Set in an environment that fosters creativity, positive energy and support, Dedalo center for contemporary art promotes various aspects of fine art including printmaking, painting and photography by providing classes and workshops as well as exhibits and artist exchanges. For information: [email protected]

Best places

  • stabilimento balneare la prora beach village (Pescara), area giochi piscina campi da beach volley (1km dal porto 2 dalla stazione ferroviaria), 085 297381 (), [2]. 18€ pizza 35 pesce. Ristoranti [10]

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Bzona (Pescara), Lungomare matteotti 46 (8 min aeroporto Liberi),  3471181360, [3]. 15. 










  • agriturismo Le Cicale, via vallemonte 12 (Spoltore (Pescara)), 3392757650, [4]. checkin: 15,00; checkout: 10,00. agriturismo in abruzzo a soli 7 km dal mare e dal Pescara centro, 5 km dall'aeroport e 30 km dal parco della Majella. Ospitalità in alloggi indipendenti immersi nella natura. 25.00.
  • Villa Immacolata (Parc Hotel), ada Comunale San Silvestro 340, +39 085 4980031 (), [5]. This hotel is located on top of the hill of San Silvestro in Pescara, in a beautiful park €55-200.


Stay safe


Get out

Go inland and explore the mountains and national parks, visit beautiful cities such as L'Aquila, Sulmona and Scanno that are a beautiful train or bus ride away.

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