Pescara is one of the four provinces of the Abruzzo region, with a total of 46 towns forming the province. The Pescara province is right near the Adriatic Sea, making it a perfect destination for tourists. Besides the sandy beaches, Pescara has other things to offer as well. The Majella National Park is one of Pescara's main points of interest, along with the Paolo Barrasso Naturalistic and Archaeological Museum, the Nocciano Castle, home for the Museum and Archives of Contemporary Artists of Abruzzo, the San Clemente Abbey and the Olive Oil Museum.
Pescara's main attractions are the clean beaches, that are spread along 10 miles (20 kilometers). The beaches are full of tourists during the summer season. Here lies another touristic attraction, the Port of Pescara. Here, tourists can engage in activities such as fishing or boating. Near the beaches of Pescara you can find most hotels, if you're interested to stay for a longer period of time, and also a series of private beaches, for some extra piece and quiet.
The city is also known for its main commercial street, Corso Umberto I, which forms a closed triangle with the Corso Vittorio Emanuele II and Via Nicola Fabrizi, triangle in which one can find the best fashion shops in the area. So, if you like shopping, this...