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Abruzzo

1 of 5 - Abruzzo Airport
The airport is located about 7 km from the centre of Pescara. A bus service connects the airport with Pescara railway station and all the other cities in the region: Chieti, L'Aquila and Teramo. Several companies provide bus connections to destinations in other Italian regions, such as Rome, Naples, Salerno, Vieste, Rimini and Bologna.
Useful links
www.abruzzoairport.com
2 of 5 - Pescara Railway Station
Trenitalia long-distance trains serve cities in the Abruzzo Region, such as L'Aquila, Chieti and Teramo, as well as all the resorts along the Adriatic coast.
Useful links
www.trenitalia.com
3 of 5 - Parchi dell’Aquila Airport
The airport is in Preturo, about 10 km from L'Aquila railway station. The best way to reach the airport from L’Aquila station is by car or urban bus lines.
Useful links
www.aeroportodeiparchi.it
4 of 5 - L'Aquila Railway Station
Trenitalia regional trains connect L'Aquila with the main Italian cities, such as the capital Rome. Trenitalia long-distance trains serve cities in the Abruzzo region, such as Chieti and Teramo, as well as all the resorts along the Adriatic coast.
Useful links
www.trenitalia.com
5 of 5 - Teramo Railway Station
From Teramo railway station, you can travel on Trenitalia’s network of regional trains connecting destinations inside and outside the Abruzzo region.
Useful links
www.trenitalia.com
Abruzzo

The mainly mountainous and wild territory of the Abruzzo region extends from the heart of the Apennines to the Adriatic Sea and includes three National Parks, a Protected Marine Area, a Regional Park and more than thirty Nature Reserves, making it the largest natural history area in Europe. There are tourist resorts and areas equipped for skiing and winter sports set between pristine peaks and rocky walls in the higher mountains. The peaks of Gran Sasso, Monti della Laga and Majella then slope down over a series of hills to the sea. Seasdide facilities in Abruzzo are among the most varied along the Adriatic: jagged coasts with golden sand and the famous fishermen’s "trabocchi", animated beaches and solitary shores. Every place has its own, constantly evolving cuisine, taking a prudent and measured approach to modernity without distorting its identity.

Where to go

Not to be missed places

High peaks dominated by the Gran Sasso d'Italia and green valleys meet the sea between past & future.

What to do

Travel inspirations

Venture into the woods and mountain paths to discover ancient villages and towns rich in art, without forgetting the coast. Plenty of sport, well-being and taste await you in Abruzzo.