Abruzzolink: guided tours with locals
LONG TRANSFER TO/FROM ABRUZZO Abruzzo is well connected to all the principal Italian towns.
BY AIR
BY AIR
The Abruzzo International Airport is located in Pescara. It connects Pescara and Abruzzo with several towns both in Italy and in Europe. Abruzzo is an easy destination for travelers arriving at the Fiumicino and/or Ciampino airport in Rome. In fact it is well connected by several bus companies that everyday have bus ride almost each hour. In 2 hours an a half you'll arrive in Pescara and from there by bus or train you can reach other destinations. So if you plan a trip to Abruzzo you may take advantage of the many flights arriving in Rome.
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BY TRAIN
BY TRAIN
Abruzzo is connected by train thanks to a network of national and regional transfers.  The two main lines are the Adriatic railroad line that connect the coastal towns to city like Milan, Bologna, Foggia, Bari and the railroad to Rome. Moreover many local trains give the opportunity to move all around Abruzzo. The service is conducted by the Ferrovie Italiane dello Stato. You can by the ticket on line or at one of the many train stations.
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BY BUS
BY BUS
Abruzzo and especially Pescara is connected to many Italian and European towns by bus. If you arrive at the International Airport of Fiumicino or Ciampino you may find comfortable to reach Pescara by bus and than from Pescara arrange your short transfer to your final destination. Generally the buses are double deck and equipped with free WI-FI.  Almost all of the company allow to by the ticket on the bus or directly on line. During seasons the buses are often fully booked, so it's better if you reserve your seat in advance. Below you'll find the link to the main companies running rides from/to Rome .
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