A rich, fertile land in central Italy, lying between the Apennines slopes and the waters of the Adriatic. 
Abruzzo’s features are countless: mountains and beaches, nature parks and art towns, medieval churches, castles and museums, food, wine and crafts, spas, pilgrimage destinations and ski slopes.

Abruzzo is ancient yet modern, reflected in the people and rich variety of foods from this region. From traditional farming recipes and produce from the mountain and foothills to a range of seafood dishes, uncomplicated and tasty.

With Pescara as its main city, Abruzzo is strategically positioned at the centre of Italy’s Adriatic coastline. It 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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 CIT Recommends: 

Backroads of Abruzzo - 8 days/7 nights from Rome  
Grand Tour of Abruzzo - 10 days/9 nights from Rome
Tastes of Abruzzo - 4 days/3 nights from Pescara

Personalised tours of Abruzzo on request + NEW Puglia Tours

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