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Corso Umberto I

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Corso Umberto I

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Corso Umberto I, 65122, Pescara Italy
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11-Day Private Tour of Albania and Italy with Accommodation
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11-Day Private Tour of Albania and Italy with Accommodation

Europe Explorer Grand Tour “Imperial Route'', or the west side of Ancient Via Egnatia Road, is a great possibility for travelers looking for a special experience by visiting the best of Italy’s (Apennine peninsula) and the Illyrian (Balkan) Peninsula’s ancient and modern civilizations inheritance, which are considered to be the center of Western Civilization. In this tour you will explore and enjoy the rich cultural inheritance, nature, history, traditions, multi-ethnicity, multi-religion, etc. It is a specially designed program, trying to optimize all “must see’' places for Italy and Albania. <br><br>Important Places to be Visited: Tirana, Durres, Foggia, Pescara, Ancona, Rimini, San Marino, Bologna, Florence, Pisa, Livorno, Siena, Pienza, Tarquinia, Civitavecchia, Rome, Caserta, Naples, Amalfi, and Bari.
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Ingwe40 wrote a review Oct 2020
Mechelen, Belgium212 contributions158 helpful votes
Wide boulevard with nice shops and many restaurants and bars in the side streets. The street ends at La Fontana Nave di Cascella.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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svedeg wrote a review Sep 2019
Malta142 contributions36 helpful votes
Nice walk from the bus station to the promenade, you can find different shops and we found them with Sale since we were there in August.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Brun066 wrote a review Dec 2017
Florence, Italy9,826 contributions1,004 helpful votes
Observing it on a topographic map, Corso Umberto appears relatively eccentric with regarding Pescara as a whole. The geometric city center in fact coincides more or less with the axis of the river, and close to the river also the main public buildings (largely of the Fascist era) arise, first of all the Town Hall. But the "substantial" centrality of this street comes from its origin: it was constituted as the backbone of the new urbanization favored by the advent of the Adriatic railway (1863). Corso Umberto in fact, although it has the most of buildings currently dating back to the twentieth century, was formed in the nineteenth century as an axis that connects the Pescara station to the beach and the sea. And its centrality is maintained until today. Even the traveler who arrives for the first time in Pescara perceives this as the true center; for the large number and density of beautiful shops, and for its condition of pedestrian area, that Corso Umberto shares - in form of gridiron - with other streets, on the west and especially on the east side. In the late autumn and winter evenings, after the shops' closure time, the area isn't so vibrant (there are still a good number of bars and restaurants). It's clear that on spring and summer evenings, thanks to the uncommon quality of Pescara - big city and at the same time seaside resort - there must be a lot more "buzz".
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Date of experience: December 2017
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Bogdan P wrote a review Sep 2017
Bucharest, Romania143 contributions31 helpful votes
This street is full of shops, cafes and places where you can dine at lunch and dinner. A pleasant place for evening walks.
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Date of experience: September 2017
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Leto30grados wrote a review Sep 2017
Mendoza, Argentina268 contributions67 helpful votes
It's a place for pedestrians and police, best fashion shops in Pescara are along this street, even if you are not buying, is a must do in Pescara.
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Date of experience: August 2017
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