Do not miss
The Sea Bridge
Symbol of Pescara , opened in December 2009, is the largest Italian cycle-pedestrian bridge and one of the largest in Europe. Connects the south coast with the north one of the Pescara river.
Take a stroll on the pedestrian path to admire a breathtaking view of the waterfront , the Port and the Apennine mountains.
The historic streets of the old Pescara today are the protagonists of the "movida", quaint restaurants , taverns, bars and music cheer up Pescaresi and visitors until late at night.
The typical dish that makes everyone fall in love ... The preparation consists of mutton (sheep originally but for the most part today only mutton), cut into pieces interspersed with fat and stuffed into skewers. You can’t say you visited Pescara if you don’t eat arrosticini!