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Pescara has a modern airport with a daily domestic flight service (Bergamo, Cagliari, Catania, Olbia, Verona, Turin and Milan) and some seasonal international flights (Barcelona, Brussels, Bucarest, Frankfurt, Düsseldorf, London, Oslo, Paris, Split)


All the mountain and hinterland centres can easily be reached thanks to an excellent internal road network and a good public and private bus service that connects Abruzzo to main Italian and European cities.


The Pescara station, key point of the entire Abruzzese railway system is considered among the most modern in Europe.

Abruzzo with its strategic position at the centre of the Adriatic coast is well connected to the north and the south by modern motorways and an efficient railway network. In less than three hours you can reach Bologna, Naples and Bari; in five hours Milan and Venice.



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