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Hotel Carlton

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Pet friendly
Free WiFi
Beachfront
Restaurant
Non-smoking rooms
Bar

G Hotel Pescara

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Free parking
Pet friendly
Free WiFi
Non-smoking rooms
Facilities for disabled guests
24-hour front desk
Bar

Hotel Regent

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Free parking
Free WiFi
Beachfront
Restaurant
Family rooms
Non-smoking rooms

Best Western Hotel Plaza

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Free parking
Non-smoking rooms
Facilities for disabled guests
24-hour front desk

Hotel Esplanade

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Free WiFi
Beachfront
Restaurant
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Non-smoking rooms

Hotel Spazio Residenza

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Free parking
Free WiFi
Family rooms
Non-smoking rooms
Facilities for disabled guests
Terrace
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PESCARA BREAKS

Pescara is a modern city located on the site of the ancient town of Amiternum. Pescara was the landing place of the Italic people of the Imperial age and was the main port of the region. In the twelfth century Pescara was a thriving place, until its prosperity was damaged by the Norman wars.

It is about 150 miles east of Rome on the coast of the Adriatic Sea. Pescara is the largest city in the Abruzzo region of Italy. This is where you can still see the oldest ruins from the ancient empires of Greece and Rome. It was in the Abruzzo region that the word “Itali” actually originated after its ancient tribes the tribe of Italy.

Pescara was nearly destroyed during the Second World War, but it has since been rebuilt into a thriving port city and tourism center. Pescara also has a thriving tourism and fishing business. It also manufactures clothing, shoes, and porcelain products

One can actually drive down from Rome to Pescara, or if you prefer, you can take the train. Pescara has a lot pleasant contrast to offer tourist, from the over crowded and commercialized capital. From Pescara’s location, one can actually enjoy the blue-green waters of the Adriatic Sea; enjoy the temperate climate during summer and the cool winters with no snow. Pescara also has a lot of Public parks, plazas and bazaars, with plenty of shopping centers to browse and haggle around. Economy wise, the textiles, clothing, foods, engineering, chemicals and building materials are really flourishing sectors. It has important administrative and commercial centers, and the beauty of its beaches is attracting a large number of tourists. And its best enjoyed when one is walking and exploring Pescara.

For tourists there are actually a lot of choices where one can stay. There are a whole bunch of hotels to choose from, depending on one’s budget, also the location of the hotel. One can take his or her pick. There’s the Hotel Maja; Ambra Palace hotel; hotel Bellariva just to name a few. Some of these hotels are actually located on the sea front. And it has all the amenities that one would need.

If one is a lover of beach, then Pescara can actually boast of powdery white sandy beaches, it has sea side resorts whose boundaries are marked in the north by two pinewoods; the Avalos Pinewood in the south; and the Nature reserve of St. Filomena in the north.

Next we have the Tourist Port, which is one of the greatest Adriatic Ports in the Mediterranean Sea. It’s an oasis for relaxation and security in the heart of a modern and hospitable city. Here you’ll find the finest air, railway, motorway, and sea links around.
On the mountainous part of Pescara, the famous Abruzzo National Park is one of the largest natural preserves in Italy. It’s actually one of Pescara’s main attractions, and it’s only two and a half hours drive away. And one of the places that one should not forget to visit when one happens to be in Pescara.

Next there is the Apennines mountain range, if one is into hiking or mountain climbing, or even skiing then this is the place for you to be. With all the open wide space around you, you can actually enjoy what the mountain range offers and there are also thermal bath and spa resorts that the weary tourist would definitely be glad to indulge in.

Further back you’ll find land that is rich in nature, on of the green land of Europe. It has beautiful parks and sanctuaries, and the land is rich in history and culture.

We now go to the Canal Harbour of Pescara. This canal was designed by an engineer named Tommaso Mati on April 22, 1868.On behalf of the Abruzzo Minister of Public Works De Vincenzi. The project was a well-organized ambitious one which was supposed to have changed the port of Pescara into an extra ordinary one capable of handling Abruzzo’s development.

The Church of the sacred Heart is made of brick building and was consecrated in the 1900’s even if the construction was still going on. It was dedicated ahead to replace the smaller church of St. Anne which can no longer accommodate the increasing number of the church goers of the town in the 1900’s.

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