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November 18, 2021

Pictures on paper do not do the Italian city justice. Pescara has a total population of 120,000 people and features a unique architectural landscape. Here are a few things to do if you find yourself in Pescara.

1. A Magical Walk Across Ponte Del Mare

One of the longest bridges in Europe, Ponte del Mare, is located in Pescara. The bridge offers beautiful views of the beaches to the north and south. The most exciting thing about the bridge was that it’s shaped like a sail with a leaning mast to match. You can enjoy the vibe of the city and soak in amazing views from the bridge.

2. The City’s Port

Pescara is a port city. The different vessels and fishing machines created an unmistakable harmony with the sea. If you get a chance to check out the Trabucchi fishing hut, you will not be disappointed. These structures are built on concrete, giving them a modern touch.

3. Delicious Food

I think we can all agree that Italians know how to prepare a good pasta dish. Pescara offers a beautiful blend of Italian cuisine, seafood and delicious wines. The food and wine in Pescara are unmatched. And at the end of a nice long meal, you can head to the Adriatic Sea and dip your toes in the water.

Pescara is one of the most unexplored nooks in Italy. It seems like Rome but without the excess tourists crowding every public spot. If you like a quiet getaway, the Pescara is just the place for you.


  1. Olga Pisano

    You should show a map of the country where the town is located so you know where it is.

  2. David Crowe

    Please show the geographic area and map of the town or city center.


    Libby, enjoyed a couple of your articles now, noticed you live in Chiang Mai. We lived in the Nimmanhaemin area for 4 years, back stateside now not three years.


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