Travel and Culture in Abruzzo
Lanciano is a small, beautiful town of ancient origins, with about 40.000 inhabitants, that is situated in the Frentano Subappeninnes.
This town is an archiepiscopal see and it preserves the remnants of the ancient medieval walls.
The flourishing trade sectors are those of the agricultural products and of the textile, chemical, food and shoe industries. Sheep-breeding and agriculture have developed a lot, too.
The airport that you can keep as a reference is Abruzzo Airport, situated 39 km away from Pescara, with flights from and to Turin, Milan and Rome and links to the most important European capitals. Of course, once you have arrived in Abruzzo, we advice you to reach Lanciano by car, since you can rent one at the airport.
The motorway for you to keep as a reference is the A14 Bologna-Bari, that leads you directly to Lanciano (exit sign San Vito-Lanciano).
If you prefer travelling by train, you can reach San Vito-Lanciano station thanks to the Milano-Lecce line.