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Port of PESCARA
The port of Pescara is located on the Adriatic coast of Italy, at the mouth of the Pescara river. In Roman times the port played an important role, but only began to take its current form at the beginning of the twentieth century, when a canal port was built to allow large boats to enter in a safer and easier way, because the seabed at the mouth of the river was shallow and only met the needs of the fishermen. Today the port of Pescara is no longer used for commercial activities, but is dedicated to boarding and disembarking passengers.
How to reach the port of Pescara
The port is easily reachable by all modes of transport. By car along the A14 to the Chieti-Pescara north exit, from here take the exit Pescara Centro - Porto, once in the city follow the signs to the port. The central train station is in the middle of the city, about 3 kilometers from the port along a road that can be traveled on foot or by bus. Buses leave from the square in front of the railway station.
Pescara has an airport a few kilometers from the city center, on the Tiburtina road that connects Pescara to Chieti Scalo. To reach the port from the airport you can take bus number 38 or number 8 which depart from the airport exit and arrive at the central station.
From the Bus terminal in front of central station take the number 10 bus and get off at the waterfront at the Stabilimento Canarie stop, continue along the waterfront to the left heading north for about ten minutes on foot.
Address: Lungomare Papa Giovanni XXIII 65126 Pescara PE
Directions: Google Map @ Pescara, port