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Where to pick up your car
The most popular car hire location is Pescara Airport (PSR), which is just under 10 mins' drive from the centre (about 10km).
Top car rental brands
The most popular car rental brands in Pescara are Sicily By Car, Alamo, Europcar, Budget and Locauto.
Warmest month: July (24°C)
Coldest month: January (7°C)
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Hire a car in Pescara
The Abruzzo’s largest city, Pescara is a vibrant hub all-year-round.
Perched on the shore of the Adriatic Sea, the city’s long stretches of sandy beaches are perfect for summer lounging while the nearby snowy peaks of the Apennine Mountains make a great winter getaway. Although you won't find as many historical landmarks here as you would elsewhere in the country, Pescara can stake claim as the birthplace of one of Italy’s greatest writers.
From Pescara, take a road trip through Abruzzo and explore the green region by visiting the majestic Majella National Park. Refuel on gastronomic specialties and, if you’re lucky, you may chance upon a local festival during a drive through the mountain towns.
Sights to see
Pescara is the main city of the Abruzzo region of Italy. A city divided in two by the Pescara river it is dynamic, active and wealthy. Pescara has become a major holiday destination for Italian tourists. With an impressive 20 km of coastline, enjoying calm waters created by the many breakwaters, large rocks placed out to sea to break up any disruptive waves. The coast is also host to many smart beach clubs with excellent restaurants, play areas for the children and of course the obligatory beach umbrellas.
Pescara: Discover more
Take a drive to Pescara's large and bustling shopping district, with its many fabulous shops and a thriving nightlife. Or if you prefer soaking up some local culture you could visit the Cathedral of St Cetteus, with its 17th Century painting of St Francis; said to be by the artist known as Guercino, real name was Giovanni Francesco Barbieri Guerchin, he was given the nickname Guercino because of his squint!