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Αεροπορικά Εισιτήρια Pescara

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Flights from Greece to Pescara

It’s the largest city in the province of Abruzzo and yet it’s not the capital; it’s one of the most popular sea resorts in Italy and yet you hardly ever see it ranking among Italy’s most cosmopolitan destinations. Still wondering? Search for cheap air tickets to Pescara and you will soon realise that it is much more than just another transit stop on your itinerary in Italy. With miles and miles of sandy beaches, the Mediterranean sun and the Adriatic breeze, Pescara is a fine choice to spend your summer holidays, at a reasonable price too. Beyond the beach, Pescara boasts many interesting sights and activities, a range of excellent restaurants and top picks in nightlife and shopping, while at the same time keeping a low, authentic and laid-back profile. Cheap hotels in Pescara are quite easy to be found; all you have to do is book your flights and accommodation, pack your suitcase and go for it!

Πληροφορίες για Pescara

Pescara is a relatively young Italian city; what it lacks in history though, it makes up for atmosphere, culinary choices and endless possibilities of relaxation, entertainment or both!

What mostly defines Pescara is the beach. More than 10 kilometres of sandy beaches surround the city, attracting hundreds of visitors from Italy and around, especially during the summer.

Situated in the idyllic backdrop of the Apennine Mountains, just around the corner from the historic villages of Abruzzo, Pescara is the perfect place for you to set your base and venture out into the magnificent countryside of this beautiful Italian province.

Focusing on quality and dedicated to the needs of visitors, Pescara is a travel destination where the success of your holidays is guaranteed – and with a good value for money.


The airport of Pescara (Aeroporto Internazionale d'Abruzzo) is located 4 kilometres from the city centre and is served by bus line No. 38.

Getting around Pescara

Pescara’s public transportation network consists of buses and trolleys. Fares start at 1.50€ and minimum taxi fare costs 3.50€.

Pescara. Airports
Pescara has 1 main airports.

Pescara Guide

The largest and most popular attraction of Pescara is none other than its long, sandy beach; over 10 kilometres of sand, sun and sea! The coastal road Viale della Riviera, though outside the city centre, is the main focal point in Pescara, where you can find anything you need, from shops and hotels to restaurants, bars and clubs.

Not too far away from the port, make your first stop at the first museum you will come across, the Museum of Modern Art Vittoria Colonna.

The Museo d’ Arte Moderna Vittoria Colonna is a small but excellent museum, boasting exceptional collections of contemporary art by local and international artists. The masterpieces of Picasso and Miró are not to be missed!

Heading to the city centre of Pescara, some of the most significant points of interest include:

  • The Government Palace (Palazzo del Governo), featuring an imposing façade, guarded by four elegant statues depicting mining, farming, sea and river faring scenes – the four fundamental principles of Pescara!

  • The Cathedral of Pescara (Cattedrale di San Cetteo Vescovo e Martire), dedicated to San Cetteo, patron saint of Pescara. The present church is the result of a major restoration of the previous one following World War II and reflects a strong Romanesque style.

You cannot leave Pescara without looking a bit more into the history, lifestyle and culture of the city and its locals. The best thing to do this is the Museo delle Genti d’ Abruzzo, a museum focusing on local lifestyle and tradition of the societies of Abruzzo and Pescara. Allow some time to wander around the museum, explore the collections and take all the local atmosphere in.

The official language of Pescara is Italian.

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