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Are you planning your vacation in Pescara, Italy? Are you looking for all the information on Pescara? On Visititaly Varese you find tourist guides written by the editorial staff and travel experiences of travellers who, like you, have chosen Pescara as a destination for a trip or for their holidays. Discover Pescara Top travel tips with Visititaly's suggestions, recommendations, travel advice and all things to know about Pescara.

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  • City of Pescara the Capital of Pescara Province

    written by Mario Brusa

    According to the 2007 census Pescara is the most populated city in the Abruzzo region of Italy. This city is located on the coast of Adriatic Sea. Aterno-Pescara River meets the sea where this city is located. Pescara port is one of the most... continue

  • Visit Pescara with the eyes of Gabriele D'Annunzio

    written by Redazione Visit Italy

    Gabriele D'Annunzio was born on March 12, 1896 in the beautiful Pescara; he was a poet and one of the most important intellectuals in Italy, and not only of the century. An Eclectic and controversial personality, he embodied the ideal of the... continue

Pescara is in the nearby of Pescara (PE) and 0 m (0 ft) above sea. . The town is divided in parishes: Castellammare, Colle Breccia, Colle della Pietra, Colle Madonna, Colle di Mezzo, Colle Marino, Colle San Donato, Collescorrano, Colli Innamorati, Fontanelle, Fontanelle Alta, Madonna del Fuoco, Portanuova, Rancitelli, San Donato, San Silvestro, San Silvestro Spiaggia, Santa Filomena, Villa Fabio, Zanni

In Pescara there are 13 accomodation.. You may visit 25 places of interest.

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