Gardenia Hotel

Via Vasco de Gama 41, Pescara, 65126, Italy
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Travel from Amalfi Coast to Pescara

by rel1058

Does anyone know the fastest and easiest way to get from Sorrento to Pescara? We are travelling from Rome to Sorrento and then going to Pescara. I know that there is a bus from Rome to Pescara but cannot seem to find any information about travelling (train/bus or Air) to Pescara from the Naples/Sorrento.
Can anyone help me?

Re: Travel from Amalfi Coast to Pescara

by xaver

This web site in italian shows you the bus leaving from Garibaldi square in Napoli for Pescara: http://www.italybus.it/orario1.asp one way ticket costs 20€ and you can buy it in this agency in Napoli: Agenzia VECCHIONI, piazza Garibaldi, tel 081-5630320
You can also go by train (cost is about 36€ but it depends on the train you use) for timetables: http://www.trenitalia.com/en/index.html
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Re: Travel from Amalfi Coast to Pescara

by leics

It looks as if you will need to get into Naples from Sorrento.

Use the private Circumvesuviana train (which will not appear on the Trenitalia site). Journey to Napoli Centrale station (for train to Pescara) takes around an hour. Timetables here:

http://www.vesuviana.it/Reteeorari/Ferrovia/Orario

I'd take the train, personally. For comfort, if nothing else.

Re: Travel from Amalfi Coast to Pescara

by leics

Napoli Central is by P. Garibaldi, so you'd be near the bus too. Takes around 4 and a half hours. Timetables here:

http://www.arpaonline.com/?page=or_penapoli

Re: Travel from Amalfi Coast to Pescara

by Paisleypaul

We took the train from Sorrento to Pescara in September of 2001. The line from Sorrento goes into Napoli at the low level - you then surface and get the Pescara train from the main train station.
We did this on a Sunday which I recall restricted our choice to one train that day, took the better part of 6 hours.
(Only did Pescara to as far as Rome by coach so not sure about coach links Sorrento to Rome)

Re: Travel from Amalfi Coast to Pescara

by rel1058

Thankyou for the information. Do you know which train would go to Pescara?

Re: Travel from Amalfi Coast to Pescara

by rel1058

Thankyou for the information. Do you know which train would go to Pescara?

Re: Travel from Amalfi Coast to Pescara

by xaver

You can check train timetables on this web site: http://www.trenitalia.com/en/index.html
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Travel Tips for Pescara

Porchetta

by Applelyn

This is a very good roadside snack. The skin is very crispy and the meat taste like Pekking Duck. When wrapped into a french loaf, it is fit for a meal. You can also try the sausage as a side. Just stop by any pushcart along any road with the sign. This snack originated from Abruzzi area and best eaten at its origin..HERE..

Abruzzi--Silvi

by Applelyn

"From Silvi Paese--An Overview of Pescara"

From Silvi Paese, you can see the whole Pescara. In good days, you can also see Croatia's coastline. Silvi was an old town of Pescara and it is self-contained with churches, restaurant and convenience shops.

"Peering into the lanes of Silvi paese"

I just love the bricks. The eroded parts and the exposed cement added to the olden days' feel. The workmanship of the brick layers was exposed to scrutiny. Nowadays, it is hidden by a layer of cement and paint.....Every building looks like LEGO. The road tiles somehow give me a feel of how road builders placed them individually with great effort and caution. Sorry people....it just me..a lover of olden times.

"A local bakery of Silvi paese"

It may not be the best dough but it is just an experience trying it. When I was given the pizza with a huge piece of brown paper, I just stared at it. Dunno what to do...Now after I had leant to eat it the local way, I spreading this knowledge :P....1st, fold the pizza into half with the filling in the centre...then wrap the paper around the pizza as a shield from the grease...last, stuff the pizza into your mouth...."Grins" BTW, the tomato base pizza is nice.

"A quick pic."

I stole a quick picture while waiting for the coast to clear. Nice view. While all the drivers were cursing the wait, I was praising God for the chance to take the pic. hehehe. Vanity is the right of a girl.

"Sunrise"

The crimson sky depicts rays of hope. I just love sunrise. But still have not got the chance to take sunrise over the horizon.

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