Abruzzo is one of the twenty Italian regions. It is situated in the central part of Italy, to the east of Rome on the Adriatic Sea. Abruzzo's western border lying less than 50 miles due east of Rome.
Popular in Abruzzo
Sulmona is a secluded and somewhat overlooked small city in Abruzzo. Surrounded by imposing mountains at about four hundred metres above sea level, it doesn't feel like it has 25,000 inhabitants.
Pescara is a city in Abruzzo. It is the most populous city of the region, as well as being an active industrial center, agricultural market and port fishing boat.
Province of L'Aquila is in the Abruzzo region of Italy. There are no fewer than three National Parks and one Regional Nature park in or partly in the province.
Teramo is a province in the region of Abruzzo in Italy.
Pescara is a province of Abruzzo Region of Italy. Within the province of Pescara there is much to see and do.
Chieti Province is in Abruzzo Region of Italy. Altino, Archi, Ari, Arielli, Atessa, Bomba, Borrello, Bucchianico, Canosa Sannita …
Bugnara is a small mountain village in the Abruzzo region. The village is perched on the side of the mountain 'Colle Rotondo' and has a picturesque medieval centre.
Varano is a small village of just a few houses in the Abruzzo region of Italy. Administratively, it is designated a frazione of the comunal city of Teramo.
Santo Stefano di Sessanio is a village with a preserved medieval character in L'Áquila Province in Abruzzo.
Bominaco is a small village in Abruzzo. There are several buses a day to and from L'Áquila.
Scanno is a village in Abruzzo. There is a direct bus from Rome and another from Sulmona.