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Lesley Mar 12th, 2001 07:33 AM

Abruzzo-Places to see, stay, eat?
 
Thought I'd try one more time as the visitors to this site keep changing- any folks knowledgable about the Abruzzo? (Chieti, Scanno, Sulmona, hiking in Abruzzo National Park, Ortona, Lanciano???) We are going in June and using Lanciano as our base: we know it well as my daughter has been at school there for two years but would like to branch out and even the best guide books (i.e. Fodor's, of course!) are sketchy on sites to see, and placxes to eat in this area- its beautiful and we' like to know it better. Any suggestions welcome...

elvira Mar 12th, 2001 01:25 PM

I did a search and got only one hit; I got just one response to my post as well. <BR> <BR>Did find some websites: <BR>http://www.pna.it/e_index.htm <BR>http://www.abruzzo2000.com/abruzzo/index.html <BR>http://www.emmeti.it/Welcome/Abruzzo/index.uk.html <BR>http://www.itwg.com/rg_abruz.asp <BR>http://www.regione.abruzzo.it/turismo/en/index.html <BR>http://www.ipermarsica.com/

KT Mar 12th, 2001 01:53 PM

Sorry, I'm not knowledgeable, but how's your Italian? If you're up to it, the Touring Club Italiano has a bunch of different guidebook series and they cover all areas of Italy. Their website is www.touringclub.it. I'm sure Abruzzo is covered in their Guide Rosse series, which is a huge encyclopedic series. If that's too much detail you could check out the Guide Rapide. They also do a series of mountain climbing books in collaboration with the CAI (Italian mountaineering club).

fred Mar 12th, 2001 02:25 PM

there is aa small beautiful village called ortona di masi(do not confuse this with a large city ortona on the east coast) its small and hard to find. ew were there with our italian relatives 2 years ago. there is one rest. ther and it was outstanding( try the penne with wild boar ragu) local speciality is the grilled lamb. after seeing the town and eating take a walk up the riddge on the other side of town. a good day trip

fred Mar 12th, 2001 02:26 PM

sorryfor the typo this village is ortona di marsi

Jim Mar 12th, 2001 02:40 PM

Lesley, <BR>I think if you go to: <BR>http://www.regione.abruzzo.it/turism...chi/nazionale/ <BR>You will find a wealth of info regarding the area,towns, and places to stay. <BR>Have fun!!

xxx Mar 12th, 2001 02:46 PM

www.pna.it/ <BR> <BR>re: the national park

Steve James Mar 13th, 2001 05:19 AM

Hello Lesley, <BR> <BR>I've been to L'Aquila and Sulmona and would recommend both for a visit. Lake Scanno is in a lovely setting, and the town, too, is pleasant. The Abbruzzo National Park is a very attractive area. <BR> <BR>Steve


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