Discover Pescara

Despite his young age (in 1927 they were joined Castellamare Adriatico and Pescara) is a city with deep roots and illustrious citizens.

The most famous is Gabriele d'Annunzio, born in 1863 and today his birthplace homes a museum declared a national monument that preserves archival documents, photographs, memorabilia, furniture and wall decorations of particular artistic value.

To find the roots of this land instead you should visit the Museum of the People of Abruzzo built on the remains of the sixteenth-century fortress of Pescara, the museum houses exhibits ranging from prehistoric times to the Industrial Revolution that testify to the tools, customs and way of living of the people of the various centers of Abruzzo.

And then ceramics prestigious international exhibition at Villa Urania, Museum of Modern Art "Victory Column" for lovers of modern art to visit the permanent collection and temporary exhibitions of modern and contemporary art organized periodically.