Living in Pescara - G Hotel Pescara
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Pescara, a seaside city just a few steps from the mountain! Modern and dynamic, Pescara is a welcoming university city, young and at the same time rich in history and traditions. For culture lovers, the city with its squares, churches and museums is a real jewel to be discovered.
During the day … enjoy walks in the city center along the shopping streets rich in high class shops and places for every taste. In the evening … enjoy the charming atmosphere of the Pescara promenade that offers a lively nightlife full of events.

Treat yourself to a vacation at G Hotel to discover Pescara, a city to be seen and to be experienced!


The promenade in Pescara is dotted with restaurants, bars, beach establishments, sports grounds and playgrounds for children and is fully practicable by bicycle thanks to its cycle road.


The Ponte del Mare, 466 m. long is the longest cycle-pedestrian bridge in Italy and connects the two coasts of Pescara. Along its path it is possible to enjoy a breathtaking view of the sea from where to see the trabocchi and the wavy coastline that characterizes the city and the panoramic ferris wheel.


Located in the Pescara Vecchia, the ancient core of the city, Corso Manthonè is one of the most popular places where dozens of shops, discos, bars and pubs are located. At Corso Manthonè, art and entertainment combine to offer a variety of events suitable for all tastes and ages.


Piazza della Rinascita, called by the locals Piazza Salotto (Living room square), since it is located in the heart of Pescara, is the right place for shopping because it offers the best of fashion. Also, some of Pescara historic bars and restaurants are close to Piazza Salotto.


The Ponte del Risorgimento (Risorgimento bridge) connects the Pescara River and Piazza Unione. Built in 1933, as other buildings in Pescara, it was destroyed during the Second World War and then rebuilt in 1946. Some bronze bas-reliefs that tell the history of Pescara are located at the end of the bridge.


The city of Pescara is one of the most beautiful seaside areas of Abruzzo, thanks to its long beach that brings, every summer, Italian and foreign tourists to the shore to enjoy the sun and the sea.