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Campo Felice: Skiing and Sledding in Abruzzo

Campo Felice in Abruzzo, Italy

Campo Felice is an easy winter day trip from Rome.

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Giulianova: A Beachside Gem in Abruzzo

Beaches in Abruzzo don’t get much press. They are far from most tourist sites. But that’s exactly what makes them enjoyable. We had an opportunity – thanks to, of all things, a winning raffle ticket – to visit the Abruzzo seaside town of Giulianova. And we were pleasantly surprised. Giulianova is notable for a number …

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Italy’s First Wine Fountain Opens in Abruzzo — and the Wine is Free

Wine fountain Abruzzo

The Local.it reports that the town of Caldari di Ortona in Abruzzo has opened the first free wine fountain.

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Abruzzo’s Beffi Triptych

In the wake of Abruzzo’s devastating earthquake of April 2009, many companies and countries have pulled together to aid the tremor-stricken region. The other day, while visiting the National Gallery in Washington, DC, I learned that this aid has been extended to the art world. Since June 15, 2009, the National Gallery’s grand rotunda has …

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An Unspoiled Beach in Abruzzo

Earlier today, we wrote about the travel potential of the region Puglia, this year’s emerging star of Italian tourism. Well, if Puglia is the new Tuscany then some years from now Abruzzo will be the new Puglia. Richard Norton-Taylor writes about Vasto, a largely “unknown” beach on the Costa Abruzzese for the U.K.’s Guardian. And, …

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Veni, Vidi, Bici – Luxury Caesar Bike Tour From London to Rome

Photo of Lake Como via Ride & Seek

Ride & Seek’s Caesar bike tour is an epic bicycle tour that will take participants “in Caesar’s footsteps” from London to Rome.

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Amatrice As It Was Before

There won’t be a next time. Amatrice has been on my “next time” list for the past two years. We have talked about visiting the town for a Sunday lunch because of its famed amatriciana. But at a distance of approximately two hours from Rome, it was just beyond the range of our driving limits for a …

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