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Top Things to Do in L’Aquila

Enclosed within medieval walls, L’Aquila in the Abruzzo Region sits quietly in a picturesque valley, surrounded by the majesty of the Apennine Mountains rising around the city. Founded in the 13th century, L’Aquila now serves as the capital of the region and the namesake province. Its winding streets that lead to Renaissance buildings, baroque

Top things to know about Abruzzo, Italy

5 Things you can do in Abruzzo, Italy that will make your trip special Abruzzo may not be thought of in the same bracket as Tuscany or the Amalfi Coast when it comes to tourism in Italy, but it definitely should be. It’s wild, untamed, and beautiful. There are breath-taking national parks, a rugged Adriatic

Top Things to Know About Traveling to Abruzzo Italy

Abruzzo is not usually one of the first places that come to mind when we think of Italy, but it is a region that also deserves your attention especially if you are looking to experience a more laid-back holiday. The region is about a two to three-hour drive from the city of Rome, nestled

Top Places of Montesilvano Colle to Visit

Montesilvano Colle Montesilvano is one of the towns and municipalities in Pescara province, in Italy’s Abruzzo region. Its name is believed to be of Latin origin, meaning ‘woody hill’. It is in the north of Pescara and is divided into two sections: Montesilvano Colle and Montesilvano Marina. The latter is a lively seaside resort, and the former

Spoltore – Top 5 Attraction Points

Spoltore When in Abruzzo, one of the places you must see and experience is Spoltore in Pescara. It is about 8km from the city of Pescara, which stands on the Adriatic Sea, and known for being the birthplace of Gabriele D’Annunzio, a poet. As you approach town, you can easily spot the ruins of an

Pietracamela – Astounding Mountain Landscapes For Mountain Lovers

Pietracamela Once you have decided where to stay in Abruzzo, it is time to start planning your trip and look into amazing places that will fulfill your travel goals. For mountain and nature lovers, there is Pietracamela, a village that was established on the slopes of Corno Piccolo, Gran Sasso’s second top. It has been