Located along the Adriatic coastline, Pescara is the capital of the Pescara Province, part of the Abruzzo region in Italy. It's the biggest city in the region, with around 125,000 inhabitants. The metropolitan area is much bigger though, with over 300,000 inhabitants.
From the Pescara Travel Guide
Fantastic Hostel!!! We stayed there for 4 nights, and it was by far the best hostel we stayed in our 3 week trip. We had a good room, private, and comfortable beds and douche. Breakfast was good. Close to the beach, free bikes you could use. Pescara was on about an half hour on bike, but with bus it was 20 minutes. ... more
We were more than satisfied with this hostel. Very central but calm location, very close to the beach, train station and main street. Our room was nice and comfortable. The owners are extremely nice and helpful – they were always ready to find an answer to our questions. ... more
We were warmly greeted by our lovely Italian host lady. Though her English and our Italian was near non- exsistant we still mangaed to communicate well. The room and ensuite was very spacious and clean. Would suggest for hot nights a portable fan as it did get a little too warm (no A/C). ... more
2 Month Europe Trip Help Please
I attempt to book a room in Ancona (Unsuccessful) so I went as far as I could go (Pescara) since ...
London to Greece?
Cheapest way will definitely be to hitchhike. Failing that, Ryanair etc is a possibility. I'd recomend flying to E/S Italy somewhere (suggest Ryanair to Pescara or Ancona would be even better) and then get the train down the coast and a ferry - train in Italy is cheap, especially if you avoid the ETR ...
traveling from zagreb
can leave from Split or Zadar to go to Ancona or Pescara in Italy. 5. Is driving easily navigatable ...