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How to get there
There are 4 main airports to the central part of Italy.
The most straightforward method is to fly directly into Abruzzo (Pescara). The low-fare airline Ryanair flies from London Stansted to Pescara. The main car hire companies Hertz, Avis, Autoeurope and Eurocar operate from Pescara Airport and from here it's about a 25 minute drive to Diciotto. There is a local bus service from the airport to Pescara bus station, and from there a connection to Loreto Aprutino.
Ryanair also fly into Le Marche airport, Ancona, which is 110 miles from Diciotto. This is a drive following the coast for most of the journey.
Most of the major airlines fly to Rome, including some of the low-fare operators. There are flights to Rome from Belfast, Bristol, Cork, Dublin, East Midland, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Leeds, London Gatwick, London Heathrow, London Stansted, Manchester and Newcastle. On arrival at Rome, it is a gorgeous drive of 140 miles on the emptiest autostrada in Italy, that cuts through the Appenine mountain range. (Probably the best drive from an airport you will ever make!)
Most of the airlines have arrangements with the car hire companies for additional discount (but it is still not necessarily the cheapest, it is worth shopping on line separately).
Train travel in Italy is very economical, but whenever possible it is advisable to book tickets in advance. It takes about 4 hours meandering from Rome to Pescara on the train with some of the most spectacular scenery in Italy passing by the window.
Road - The road system into Abruzzo is good from all directions.
We will provide you with detailed directions from Pescara Airport to Diciotto.
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