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Updated 08 December 2014 Photo: _Pek_ Pescara Paolo Melchiorre Photo: Vincepal Photo: camplone Pescara, the gateway to the rugged mountainous Abruzzo region, is framed by the snowy peaks of the Apennine Mountains. The land tumbles through the hilltop villages and down to the blue waters of the Adriatic Ocean. In the town of Pescara itself, the long ten-mile stretches of wide, clean and sandy beaches and superb food and wine, offer many inviting opportunities to its visitors. These are the perfect conditions for a relaxing break for families, or as a restful prelude before venturing into the mountains or hiking through the region’s many national parks. Top 5 The Beach and Viale della Riviera The ten-mile stretch of wide sandy beaches along the Adriatic coast is what makes Pescara a favourite holiday resort for thous... Basilio Cascella Museum This historic art museum displays the work of the Cascella family, who were key figures in the Art Noveau movement. Come here ... Museo delle Genti D’abruzzo Museo delle Genti D’abruzzo is a museum dedicated to the local traditions of the region. An audio guide is included in the ent... Piazza Rinascita This square is full of elegant cafés and it is a popular socialising spot for the label-clad Pecarese people. Sit down, relax ... Gabriele D’annunzio’s Birthplace On Corso Mathone, you can find the birthplace of the controversial poet D’Annunzio, where they hold a collection of his letter...

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Updated 08 December 2014

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Pescara

Paolo Melchiorre

Photo: Vincepal

Photo: camplone

Pescara, the gateway to the rugged mountainous Abruzzo region, is framed by the snowy peaksof the Apennine Mountains. The land tumbles through the hilltop villages and down to the bluewaters of the Adriatic Ocean. In the town of Pescara itself, the long ten-mile stretches of wide,clean and sandy beaches and superb food and wine, offer many inviting opportunities to itsvisitors. These are the perfect conditions for a relaxing break for families, or as a restful preludebefore venturing into the mountains or hiking through the region’s many national parks.

Top 5

The Beach and Viale della RivieraThe ten-mile stretch of wide sandy beaches along theAdriatic coast is what makes Pescara a favouriteholiday resort for thous...Basilio Cascella MuseumThis historic art museum displays the work of theCascella family, who were key figures in the ArtNoveau movement. Come here ...Museo delle Genti D’abruzzoMuseo delle Genti D’abruzzo is a museum dedicatedto the local traditions of the region. An audio guide isincluded in the ent...Piazza RinascitaThis square is full of elegant cafés and it is a popularsocialising spot for the label-clad Pecarese people. Sitdown, relax ...Gabriele D’annunzio’s BirthplaceOn Corso Mathone, you can find the birthplace of thecontroversial poet D’Annunzio, where they hold acollection of his letter...

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THE CITY

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Pescara is a relatively modern city, particularly given the history of other Italian centres. Yet what it lacks inhistorical landmarks, it more than makes up for inatmosphere, fantastic food and endless sunkissed sandybeaches.

The city was originally two small shing villages, which were merged by the fascist government in 1927. The riverPescara that divides the city into the north and the southas it ows down from the mountains has also shaped thecity’s history.

For many, Pescara is a port or a train station on the way to another destination, and indeed you can catch a ferryfrom the city to Croatia, jump on a bus to Rome or headinland into the enticing Abruzzo countryside. However,after extensive recent redevelopment, the city is attractingan increasing number of visitors who enjoy swimming inthe warm waters of the Adriatic and nding a tastyseafood lunch down by the harbour in one of thesherman’s huts/restaurants. Others adore picking upsome designer names in the city centre, before recliningwith a coee in the elegant Piazza Rinascita. And there arethose who can barely wait for the sun to set before hittingthe cocktail bar and the beachside nightclubs.

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DO & SEE

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Pescara oers something for everyone. The long sandy beach invites for lazy days in the sun, the Old Town andcity centre attracts shoppers and history lovers who wantsto spend their days in museums and watching impressivebuildings and the surrounding area with beautiful nature ismade for trekking and biking and active travellers.

The Beach and Viale della Riviera

The ten-mile stretch of wide sandy beaches along the Adriatic coast is what makes Pescara a favourite holidayresort for thousands of Italian families and an increasingnumber of foreigners. The long promenade, Viale dellaRiviera, is the real heart of Pescara and a stroll along theseafront is an essential of any visit to the town. Along thebeach you also join one of the stabilimenti, a club whereyou can nd restaurants, playgrounds and permanentumbrellas to use on the beach.

Address: Viale della Riviera, Pescara

Basilio Cascella Museum

This historic art museum displays the work of the Cascellafamily, who were key gures in the Art Noveau movement.Come here and stroll among old furniture, paintings,pottery, pictures and postcards.

Address: Viale Guglielmo Marconi 45, PescaraPhone: +39 085 428 3515

Museo delle Genti D’abruzzo

Museo delle Genti D’abruzzo is a museum dedicated to the

local traditions of the region. An audio guide is included inthe entrance fee and with that you can learn about thehistory and tradition of the people and region whilewandering around the museum.

Address: Via delle Caserme 24, PescaraPhone: +39 085 451 0026Internet: www.gentidabruzzo.it

Piazza Rinascita

This square is full of elegant cafés and it is a popular socialising spot for the label-clad Pecarese people. Sitdown, relax and do some people-watching.

Address: Piazza della Rinascita, Pescara

Gabriele D’annunzio’s Birthplace

On Corso Mathone, you can nd the birthplace of the controversial poet D’Annunzio, where they hold a collectionof his letters and documents. A follower of Mussolini, hehelped shape the dictator’s philosophy, as well as writingpoetry about the Abruzzo region.

Address: Corso Manthone 111, PescaraPhone: +39 085 60391Internet: casadannunzio.insigno.it

Cathedral of San Cetteo

This is the church of the patron saint of the city and it has some magnicent artwork, as well as the marblemausoleum of Gabriele D’Annunzio’s mother. It was built inthe beginning of the 20th century and the façade had tobe reconstructed after it was damaged during World WarII.

Address: Piazza S. Cetteo, 1, PescaraPhone: +39 085 690 492Internet: www.sancetteo.it

Palazzo del Governo

On the façade of this palace you can see a collection of statues by Giudo Costanzo, from Ortona. The four largesculptures symbols the Mine, Agriculture, the Sea and theRiver, the four foundation pillars of Pescara. In the Hall of

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the Provincial Council you can also watch large bronzebusts of Gabriele D'Annunzio.

Address: Piazza Italia 30, PescaraPhone: +39 085 3724 500

Chieti

Located only twenty minutes from Pescara, Chieti is a pleasantly provincial hillside town to spend some time in.It has fantastic views out across the sea and a magnicentGothic cathedral looms over the town. The MuseoNazionale Archeologico di Antichita is particularlyintriguing. The museum is found in a villa surrounded by apark and contains various archaeological nds such asRoman statues and tombs.

Address: Chieti, Abruzzo

The Towns of Lanciano and Guardia

Many visiting Chieti will also take some time out to visit these two smaller towns. Lanciano is rich in Renaissancehistory and has particularly well-preserved historicalquarters in the Abruzzo region. You can catch a train toLanciano. Guardiagrele is a slightly smaller town, but stillhas beautiful Renaissance architecture, however you willneed a car to visit.

Museo D’arte Moderna

Museo D’arte Moderna is a small museum with a wide range of works by both contemporary Italian andinternational artists. They have a permanent collectionwith paintings of Miro, Cascella, Michetti and Picasso. Thebuilding was designed in the 50's and the museumopened here in 2002.

Address: Lungomare Matteotti, 131, PescaraPhone: +39 085 428 3759Email: [email protected]

La Pineta D'Annunzio

The region of Pescara has an abundance of national parks.This park, more known as La Pineta D’avalos Park, isfound just a little inland on the east bank. It also has an

outdoor theatre.

Address: La Pineta D'Annunzio, Abruzzo

DINING

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Being right next to the sea, seafood dishes are plentiful and of high quality at pretty much every restaurant – fromthe exclusive eateries to the beachside cafés. ThePescarese are also keen on cooking their dishes with chillior peperoncino, which, according to traditional belief,helped drive away evil spirits. One of Pescara’s specialitiesis Polpi in purgatorio, cuttlesh cooked in tomatoes,peppers and garlic.

For particularly cheap but tasty food, it’s worth heading to Pescara port, where many shermen have converted theirwaterside huts (travocchi) into very small restaurants,often only seating as few as ve people. Try therecommended regional dishes, Brodetto - a sh soup withmussels, sh and tomatoes and a hunk of bread.

Lamb kebabs, known as arrosticini, are also another Pescarini favourite. They are cooked on coals and servedwith bread and oil. To help wash down all this ne dining,sampling some of the local red wine, MontepulcianoD’Abruzzo, is ideal.

Café Les Paillotte

Café Les Paillotte is one of the most fashionable restaurants in Pescara. It serves up traditional Italiancuisine, with an exotic and occasionally spicy edge. It is

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wise to reserve a table.

Address: Piazza le Laudi, 2, PescaraPhone: +39 085 61 809Internet: www.cafelepaillote.com

Pizzeria Pinguino

This restaurant and pizzeria oers good, reasonably priced pizza and pasta. It is found in the Old Town, close to theharbour and they feature a nice outdoor seating.

Address: Corso Manthonè, 36, PescaraPhone: +39 085 628 69

Vini e Oli

Vini e Oli is an atmospheric restaurant found in the heart of Old Town. In the evenings this area come to life and thisplace turns into a bar with DJ's and party people.

Address: Via Cornio 30, PescaraPhone: +39 085 66092Internet: www.vinieolibar.it

Trieste Pizza

Trieste Pizza is a fairly basic restaurant on the seafront, complete with plastic chairs, but has made its name asone of the best places to sample pizzetta (mini pizza). Youwill denitely nd your own favourite among the 20something dierent choices.

Address: Via Firenze, 212, PescaraPhone: +39 085 293 375Internet: www.triestepizza.com

Ristorante Del Porto

Ristorante Del Porto is located on the harbour front and it oers fantastically good value three-course mealscomplete with a jug of regional wine and coee. This placeis ideal for a long, leisure lunch.

Address: Via Andrea Doria 4, PescaraPhone: +39 085 691 305

CAFES

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For light snacks and coee, most of the cafés are found onand near the Piazza Rinascita or along the seafrontpromenade. When visiting Italy, you cannot miss the tastycoee and delicious gelato (Italian ice cream).

Caprice di Fabrizio Camplone

This café has in a poll carried out to be one of the best places to enjoy coee in Italy. It oers a great range ofpastries to enjoy with a strong espresso, as well as havinga good selection of ice creams and chocolates.

Address: Piazza Garibaldi 29, PescaraPhone: +39 085 691633Internet: www.fabriziocamplone.com

Caffe Saquella

For more than a century, Saquella Cae has played with making Italian espresso into the art of perfection. Theypride themselves with a selection of the best coee andthe use of the latest technologies at all stages ofproduction and distribution. And still, they continue thequest to the ineable delight of true Italian espresso coee.

Address: Via Torretta 24, PescaraPhone: +39 085 432171Internet: www.saquella.it

Gelateria RivaReno

Italian ice cream, gelato, is famous all over the world for being one of the best. Rivarena at Via Venezia oers a wideselection of avours. Come here for a cone or cup, but beprepared you might have to come back - this place is said

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to be one of the best ice cream-bars in the town.

Address: Via Venezia, 14, PescaraPhone: +39 085 27001Internet: www.rivareno.com

White Bakery

White Bakery is one of the stylish cafés on Corso Umberto, with all its shops and boutiques. The interior isinspired by an American Diner and the menu also has aselection of American specialities. Choose from Americanpancakes, layer cakes, toast and hamburgers.

Address: Corso Umberto, Pescara

Flatlandia Natural Ludo Café

Flatlandia Natural Ludo Café has its focus on healthy food combined with board games. You can come here for asmoothie and a brownie or for cocktails and dinner in theevening and you can always nd a game and maybe somenew friends to play against.

Address: Viale Guglielmo Marconi, 224/7, PescaraPhone: +39 347 364 6605Internet: www.atlandia.org

BARS & NIGHTLIFE

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Pescara is essentially a holiday town, so there are plenty of drinking places along the seafront, intermingledbetween the multitude of pizzerias and seafoodrestaurants. The other key area to head to is the Old Town,where in the balmy summer evenings the bar crowds spillout onto the streets.

During the summer, the beach is packed with partygoers, with many nightclubs having outside venues on the beachitself. Those looking for the chance to dance, need do nomore than drive or walk along the beach and listen forwhatever takes their fancy. Away from the seafront, the“Ex-Gaslini,” a former factory in Via Pindario, is alsobecoming a central hub of Pescara’s nightlife.

Temple Bar Irish Pub

The inevitable Irish bar pops up in Pescara. It was apparently the rst Irish bar in the Abruzzo region and hereyou can get all the Irish goodies such as a pint of Guinessand live Irish music.

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Address: Piazza Martiri Pennesi, 2, PescaraPhone: +39 333 2077 469

Athenee

Athenee is a large nightclub with two levels. It is located inthe town of Pianella, about 25 kilometres from Pescara. Itfeatures themed nights and the DJ's play reggae, houseand all the commercial hits.

Address: Via san Martino, PianellaPhone: +39 347 942 5565

Glam Lounge

This modern club does not only oer good drinks and dancing, Glam Lounge also oers a restaurant that servesnice food. Do not forget to hit the dance oor afterwards.

Address: Corso Manthonè, 88, PescaraPhone: +39 388 879 7358Internet: www.glampescara.com

Bottiglieria 101

Bottiglieria 101 is a small and cosy place where you can enjoy a glass of wine or beer. To accompany your drinkyou get chips, or a tray of appetizers if you want.

Address: via Cesare Battisti 101, Pescara

Grün

Grün Food and Drinks is a highly recommended place to hang out for everyone who are looking for somethingdierent. Here they oer a huge selection of beer andcocktails.

Address: Via Cesare Battisti 69, PescaraPhone: +39 348 865 6100Internet: www.wearegrun.com

SHOPPING

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For designer boutiques, shoppers should head to Corso Umberto and then to the Piazza Rinascita to enjoy a coeein the stylish cafés. There are also all the usual range ofwell-known chains found in the city centre, and with MissSixty jeans produced locally, you will nd the brandpopping up in many shops.

For an even greater selection of well-known brands, in nearby Chieti there is a large new out of town shoppingcentre. If you venture out into the nearby inland villages,you can nd more traditional shops that sell vintagejewellery and handicrafts such as lace.

If you are opting for self-catering accommodation or need to stock up on supplies before heading o on anexpedition into the mountains, then there are two hugehypermarkets Auchan and Ipercoop, in nearby Sambuceto.If you are in need of some home comforts, you can nd areasonable selection of international products. There is aChinese supermarket next to Pescara train station andthere is a Lidl in Montesilvano and Pescara Colle, whereyou can nd a good range of foreign biscuits, cereals andother snacks.

For non-Italian reading material, you can pick up a book at the train station’s bookshop. There are also foreignnewspapers and magazines at the station kiosk.

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City Centre

For designer boutiques, shoppers should head to Corso Umberto and then to the Piazza Rinascita to enjoy a coeein the stylish cafés. There are also all the usual range ofwell-known chains found in the city centre, and with MissSixty jeans produced locally, you will nd the brandpopping up in many shops.

Address: Corso Umberto, Pescara

Chieti

For an even greater selection of well-known brands, in nearby Chieti there is a large new out of town shoppingcentre. If you venture out into the nearby inland villages,you can nd more traditional shops that sell vintagejewellery and handicrafts such as lace.

Address: Chieti

Sambuceto

If you are opting for self-catering accommodation or need to stock up on supplies before heading o on anexpedition into the mountains, then there are two hugehypermarkets Auchan and Ipercoop, in nearby Sambuceto.

Address: Sambuceto

Supermarket

There is a Chinese supermarket next to Pescara train station and there is a Lidl in Montesilvano and PescaraColle, where you can nd a good range of foreign biscuits,cereals and other snacks.

Train Station Bookshop

For non-Italian reading material, you can pick up a book at the train station’s bookshop. There are also foreignnewspapers and magazines at the station kiosk.

Address: Pescara Train Station, Pescara

Città Sant'Angelo Outlet Village

North of Pescara you can nd the Città Sant'Angelo Outlet Village. Here you can nd your favourite brands for up to

70% less, such as Levi's, Miss Sixty, French Connectionand Guess.

Address: Via Moscarola, Città Sant'AngeloOpening hours: All year around, daily.Internet: www.cittasantangelovillage.com

Zara

This world famous brand soon has a store in every mid-size town and in Chieti, just outside Pescara, you cannd one shop in the Megalo Shopping Centre. Zara oersthe latest fashion for men, women and children, everythingfrom street wear to the more up-dressed look.

Address: Megalo, ChietiPhone: +39 0871561443Internet: www.zara.com

Megalo Shopping Centre

At the Megalo Shopping Centre in Chieti all shopping lovers can nd more than 100 stores. The shopping centrealso oers bars, restaurants, a cinema and more than2,800 parking spots.

Address: Megalo, ChietiInternet: www.megaloweb.it

Pull & Bear

Pull & Bear is part of the same group as Zara and Stradivarius. If you are young, urban and engaged with theenvironment this shop will t you like a hand in a glove.Here you can buy the latest trends and pick a cool casuallook, but still be environmentally friendly.

Address: Megalo, ChietiPhone: +39 0871565550Internet: www.pullandbear.com

Pimkie

Pimkie is a women's clothes chain that can be found in various locations throughout Europe. Here you can buypersonalized and young fashion for women - everythingfrom pants and accessories to skirts and dresses.

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Address: Corso Umberto, PescaraOpening hours: Closed on SundaysInternet: www.pimkie.com

ACCOMMODATIONS

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To short-time hire a at or a villa is a popular choice of accommodation in the area of Pescara, but you also ndseveral hotels and B&B's. There are city hostels withshops just outside the door and beach front hotels just afew steps from the warm sand.

Esplanade

Built in the early 20th century, this hotel retains its historicstyle. It has a rooftop restaurant and its own beach, but isstill close to the city centre. A daily breakfast is served onthe terrace if the weather is nice.

Address: Piazza Primo Maggio 46, PescaraPhone: +39 085 292 141Internet: www.esplanade.netEmail: [email protected]

Bellariva

Bellariva Hotel has its own stretch of beach and you reach the city centre in a 15 minutes' walk. WiFi is free and someof the rooms feature a balcony with a stunning view ofthe sea.

Address: Viale Riviera 213, PescaraPhone: +39 085 471 2641Internet: www.hotelbellariva.itEmail: [email protected]

Hotel Salus

This modern 3-star hotel oer elegant rooms right on the seaside promenade. The harbour of Pescara is 5 minutesaway by car. Hotel Salus has its own stylish restaurant andguests can start the day with a large buet breakfast.

Address: Lungomare Matteotti 13-1, PescaraPhone: +39 085 374 103Internet: www.salushotel.itEmail: [email protected]

Regent

This is one of the largest hotels in Pescara and found on the seafront and just a few minutes from the town centre.It also has a private beach. Recently refurbished, this hoteloers modern, clean and comfortable rooms.

Address: Lungomare Cristoforo Colombo 64, PescaraPhone: +39 085 60641Internet: www.rhotels.itEmail: [email protected]

Hotel Carlton

This four star hotel is located directly on the beach but yetclose to shops and restaurants. The 64 rooms includeair-condition and free WiFi. A daily breakfast buet isserved in the hotel restaurant.

Address: Viale della Riviera, 35, PescaraPhone: +39 085 373125Internet: www.carltonpescara.it

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ESSENTIAL INFORMATION

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Abruzzo International Airport

Pescara International Airport of Abruzzo is located 3 kilometres from the Pescara city centre.

You can take bus no. 38, which departs every 15 minutes. The bus leaves from outside the airport terminal to therailway station in Pescara City Centre. Trip takes about 10minutes. Tickets are sold in automatic machines in theArrivals Area. GTM is the name of the bus company.www.gtm.pe.it

There is a taxi rank outside the airport terminal and takes 10 minutes to the Pescara City Centre.

Address: Abruzzo International Airport, PescaraPhone: +39 895 898 9512Internet: www.abruzzo-airport.it

Public Transport

Pescara itself is fairly small, so it is unlikely visitors will need to use the bus system. But if you do need to, you canbuy tickets from many of the newsagents around thetown.

The bus station is found next to the train station, Stazione Centrale. There is a direct bus line to Rome (RomaTiburtina) via Pescara Centrale, taking about two and ahalf hours. Buses also leave for Naples from here.

You also nd three main train stations from where you cantravel to an array of Italian destinations: Pescara Centrale,Pescara Porta Nuova, Pescara San Marco. Porta Nuova ismainly used for ferry connections.

Taxi

Trac is a problem in Pescara but if you need to hail a taxilook for the white or yellow cars with a taxi sign on theroof. Before leaving make sure that the meter is turned on.Be warned that a number of Pescara taxis charge a nightsupplement.

Phone: +39 085 351 55Internet: www.radiotaxipescara.it

Post

If you only need to buy stamps you can nd them at a tabacchi - small tobacco shops that you can nd all overtown. You recognise them by the ‘T’ sign outside. If youare in need of other postal services you nd one of severalpost oces at:

Address: Via Potenza, 7, PescaraPhone: +39 085 4279 525Internet: www.poste.it

Pharmacy

Pharmacies (Farmacia) are open from approximately 8.30am to 12.30 am, and then from 4 pm to 7.30 pm, fromMonday to Saturday. Details of all night pharmacies arefound in the local papers. One of the pharmacies with

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extra-long opening hours is Farmacia Signorini at:

Address: 24, Piazza Garibaldi, PescaraPhone: +39 085 690829

Telephone

Country code: +39

Area code: 085 (also dialled in Pescara) If you call Italy from abroad, you must always dial zero in the area code(do not omit it as is the general practice when makinginternational telephone calls), e.g. +39 085 + the number.

Electricity

220 volt, 50 Hz

Population125,000

CurrencyEuro, 1€ = 100 cents

Opening hoursGeneral opening hours are usually from 9 am-1 pm and 4 pm-8 pm.Banks are open until around lunchtime and then they reopenin the afternoon for an hour, closing at 2.15 pm. Largerhypermarkets are open 9 am-9 pm.

NewspapersCorriere della Sera (English), La Repubblica,La Stampa,Il Centro (local paper)

Emergency numbers112 – Carabinieri – one of the two Italian police forces113 – Polizia – Italian state police115 – Fire Department118 – Medical emergencies

Tourist informationTourist InformationCorso Vittorio Emanuele II, Pescara+39 085 429000

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Via dei Bastioni B3 B4 Via Piave A2Asse Attrezzato A4 Via Dei Marsi C4 Via Pigafetta C2 C3Corso Umbreto I A2 Via dei Maruccini B3 B4 Via Plauto D4Lungomare Christoforo Colombo C2 D3 Via dei Peligni C4 Via Poerio A2Lungomare Giacomo Matteotti B2 Via dei Pretuzi C4 D4 Via Primo D4Lungomare Papa Giovanni XXIII C2 D3 Via dei Sabini C4 Via R. Rossetti C2 C3Piazza Alessandrini B4 Via del Circuito A4 Via Raaele Paolucci B3 C2Piazza Caduti del Mare C2 Via di Tullio C3 D3 Via Rieti A3 B3Piazza dei Grue C3 Via d’Arca C3 D3 Via Rigopiano A3Piazza del Sacro Cuore A2 Via E Jasonni D3 Via Roma A2Piazza della Rinascita A2 Via Elettra D4 Via Sacco A4Piazza Duca d’Aosta B3 Via Enzo Ferrari A3 Via Saline B4Piazza I Maggio A2 Via F de Sanctis A2 Via Salvatore Tommasi D3Piazza Italia B3 Via Filomusi C3 Via San Comizio C2 C3Piazza Rizzo C2 Via Firenze A2 Via Sangro B4Piazza S Luigi Gonzaga C4 Via Francesco Ferdinando d’Avalos C3 D3 Via Silvio Spaventa C3 C4Piazza Salvo d’Acquisto D3 Via Galilei A2 Via Socrate C4V Vasco de Gama C3 Via Genova A2 Via Spalti del Re B3V. Candeloro C3 Via Giacomo Puccini B2 Via Spartaco C4Via A de Gasperi A3 Via Giovanni C3 Via Tassoni A2Via Alfonso di Vestea C3 Via Giovanni Mezzanotte D3 Via Tavo B4Via Ancona B3 Via Giulio Mazzarino C4 D3 Via Teramo A3Via Andrea Doria C2 C3 Via Gramsci A2 Via Thaon di Revel C2 D2Via Aterno A4 Via Gran Sasso A3 A4 B4 Via Tibullo C4Via B Buozzi B2 Via Italica B4 C4 Via Torquato Tasso B2Via Balilla B2 Via Lago di Campotosto B4 Via Trento A2Via Bardet C3 Via Lazio B2 B3 Via Trieste A2Via Bari A2 B2 Via Leopardi B2 Via Trigno B4Via Barnabei D3 Via Lucania B2 Via Trilussa A2 B2Via Benedetto Croce C3 C4 Via M Delco C3 C4 Via Tronto B4Via Bologna B3 Via M Forti A2 Via U Cagni C3Via Caboto B3 Via Magellano C3 Via Ugo Foscolo B2Via Caduta del Forte B3 Via Manzoni B2 Via Umbria A2Via Campania A2 B2 Via Marco Polo B3 C3 Via Valignani D4Via Caracciolo C3 Via Mazzini A2 Via Valle Roveto A4Via Carducci A2 Via Milano A2 A3 Via Venezia B2 B3Via Cerulli C3 D3 Via Milli C4 Viale Amerigo Vespucci C3Via Chiarini D3 Via Napoli A3 Viale Gabriele d’Annunzio C4Via Chieti B3 Via Nazionale Tiburtina Valeria B4 Viale Guglielmo Marconi C3 C4Via Conte di Ruvo B3 B4 Via Nicola Fabrizi A2 B2 Viale Pindaro D4Via Conti D3 Via Nora A4 B4 Viale Regina Elena A2Via Coppa Zuccari P C3 Via Orazio B4 Viale Regina Margherita A2Via d Caserme B3 B4 Via P. M. Virgilio C4 Viale Vittoria Colonna B3 B4Via da Brescia B4 Via Palermo B2 B3 Viale Vittorio Pepe D3 D4Via Dante B2 Via Passo Lanciano A3 A4 Vittario Emanuele II A3Via de Nino D4 Via Petrarca B2

Destination: PescaraPublishing date: 2014-12-08