Best time to go and how to get there

Abruzzo: When to Go

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Getting There

Note: flight, boat, train and bus timetables change constantly, and airlines come and go, so please do not rely solely on this information for your travel planning. Check with relevant companies, or a flight search engine like Skyscanner, first.


The nearest airports for the region of Abruzzo are Abruzzo Pescaro (PSR) and Rome Fiumicino (FCO). Both of which are approx 2.5 hour’s flight time from the UK.

From the UK:
Ryanair flies from London Stansted (regularly) to Abruzzo Pescaro.
British Airways flies from London Gatwick and London Heathrow (regularly) to Rome Fiumicino.
Easyjet flies from Bristol Airport (one flight daily) to Rome Fiumicino.
Monarch flies from Birmingham (regularly) to Rome Fiumicino.
Jet2 flies from Leeds and Manchester (regularly) to Rome Fiumicino.

From Europe:
Aer Lingus flies to Abruzzo Pescaro from Dublin (regularly).
Easyjet flies to Rome from many cities around Europe, including Athens, Amsterdam, Paris, Berlin, Lisbon, Lyon, Madrid, Milan and Dusseldorf.

Getting Around

There's little in the way of public transport here, so hiring a car is near enough essential - see our car rental recommendations..

When to Go

Abruzzo is a year-round destination, but we'd recommend visiting in the spring (particularly early-mid May when the wild cherry is blossoming) or early summer (late May-June) when the alpine and subalpine flowers are in bloom. But midsummer and autumn are also lovely. It is several degrees cooler than Rome up here, and can be very snowy in winter - though central heating and (in some rooms) working fireplaces keep the houses cosy.