Pescara (province)

Pescara is a province of Abruzzo Region of Italy.

Cities

Understand

Within the province of Pescara there is much to see and do. Whether you are interested in art, sport or eating, there is always something for you.

Talk

From Rome: the easiest way to get here is by bus. Check ARPA or CAGIDEMETRIO online and you will find a schedule with prices. A bus journey is just about 2 and a half hours. Travelling by train would be my last choice as it takes over 4 hours and the train stops frequently along its route. By car, Pescara is easily accessible and the fastest way to get here through an expressway.

See

Itineraries

1- for art lovers only 30 minutes from Pescara you will find an art center called Dedalo Center for Contemporary art which hosts exhibitions and offers courses and workshops in ceramics, painting, photography and printmaking. Booking is essential.

2- for wine lovers all around Pescara you will find wineries open to the public where you can taste and enjoy good local wine

3 - for food lovers the best known restaurant is called Bandiera. It is rather expensive but well worth your money

4- for sport enthusiasts All along the coast you will find places where you can learn windsurfing and kitesurfing. Around the area of manoppello you can do bungeejumping, you can go canoeing along Pescara River, and you can find skydiving centers

5- suntan lovers a multitude of beaches await you. However, you need to pay to have your own beach umbrella, unless you go to certain spots where it is free to set up your own beach umbrellas.

Do

Within the province of Pescara there is much to see and do. Whether you are interested in art, sport or eating, there is always something for you.


Drink

Places to avoid: rancitelli and san donato are 2 quarters to avoid.

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