Travelling towards and in Abruzzo
There are daily flights in summer from London Stansted (3 times a week in Winter) and Frankfurt Hahn to Pescara with Ryanair.
In stead of Eindhoven Ryanair now flies from Weeze-Germany (near Eindhoven and Dusseldorf) 3 times in the week to Pescara. There are also regular flights from Bruxelles Charleroi and Paris CDG to Pescara. Weekly flights from Split, Tirana, Zuerich and Kiev to Pescara. And of course you can fly via Milano Linate, Roma Fiumicino and Torino to Pescara.
For more detailed information about flight scedules, timetables and carriers click on Abruzzo airport. If there is no direct flight to Pescara available than also Rome, Ancona and even Napels are good options. For Ryanair, click here.
Pescara and the coast is well connected to the rest of Italy and Europe. Pescara is one of the most important railway stations of Italy. For more detailed information about times and prices click on Trenitalia and/or Ferrovie dello Stato.
There are very good connections with other cities. If you want to go from Pescara to Rome Tiburtina Station or vice versa the coach is a good option. It takes only 2.5 hours, while the train takes about 4 hours.
From the airport Roma Fiumicino first take the train to Tiburtina Station. For more detailed information click on Arpa Autolinee Regionali Pubbliche Abruzzesi
From 2 May 2008 Prontobus has a direct connection Pescara - airport Roma Fiumicino (busterminal C).
Prontobus also has a direct connection from Rome Station Tiburtina to Penne - Loreto Aprutino – Montesilvano (near the large hotels) – Pescara airport, near Auchan - Torre de Passeri, S. Clemente a Casauria. Check the website for the possibilities and to make a reservation.
Rome is connected by the A25 motorway . From coast to coast takes about 2.5 hours. There are also daily flights from Rome to Pescara (about 40 minutes trip)
There are daily departures to and from Croatia by boat (it takes only 3.5 hours). There is also a good ferry service to Greece.
The oleander lined A14 Motorway connects Abruzzo with North Italy (Bologna, Turin, Milan, Venice, Genova)
The A14 Motorway also links Abruzzo with Southern parts of Italy. For more information about the motorway, traffic, distance etc. click on Autostrade.