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It's a must visit especially if you in Abruzzo during summer. You will enjoy nice and cooling... read more

Reviewed 30 July 2018
FamilyOf2PlusOne
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Prague, Czech Republic
The wonderful mountain area of Abruzzo - hike, picnic, wildflowers - you will love it!

This area of Abruzzo changes with the seasons. Spring is for wildflowers, summer and fall for... read more

Reviewed 7 July 2018
Keith M
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Palm Springs, California
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Reviewed 30 July 2018

It's a must visit especially if you in Abruzzo during summer. You will enjoy nice and cooling temperature being high in the altitude. On the way to your hiking trails if you see sign for arostocini definitely stop to try lamb kebabs. If you see...More

1  Thank FamilyOf2PlusOne
Reviewed 7 July 2018

This area of Abruzzo changes with the seasons. Spring is for wildflowers, summer and fall for picnics and hiking, and winter for the skiing. A nice drive along the East side of the mountains is from Castelli to Farindola. There are a few picnic table...More

2  Thank Keith M
Reviewed 19 June 2018

Perfect mountains even if you are not hiking but simply travelling by car and stopping to watch the view. Easily accesible by car. Perfect mix of grasslands, snow, rocky mountains etc. And the dominating view of Corno Grande is magnificent. If you search for easy...More

Thank Jakub G
Reviewed 5 October 2017 via mobile

Wow! We totally didn't expect much from this place but it was Awesome! Take some warm clothes and good shoes. Despite hiking in September parts of the track were peppered with snow so be prepared. The weather changes quickly but it was a memorable place.

Thank Natalie G
Reviewed 18 September 2017 via mobile

The harrowing drive - due to small twisty roads and sporty drivers- may necessitate stopping every so often to regain your spirits, but it is definitely worth it. Breathtaking vistas and grass hill sides.

1  Thank Steve R
Reviewed 27 August 2016

Gran Sasso is the highest peak in the Appenne range of mountains. You can ascend to about 2100m via a gondola to an area that looks like it would be popular with skiers and snowboarders in the winter. Amazingly numerous people seemed to have driven...More

2  Thank JJOH
Reviewed 2 May 2016

As a World War 2 History Buff, this is a must see. The weather the day we went were high winds and snow. The cable car was swaying due to the high winds and if you are afraid of heights, this is not the place...More

2  Thank morelqueen
Reviewed 9 October 2015

We took the cable car from Fonte Cearreto up to the hotel where Mussolini was held by the Italians and was "rescued" by the Germans. The hotel is faded glory and in need of some TLC but it is still worth a wander round as...More

4  Thank oldsue
Reviewed 6 September 2015

The Gran Sasso national park offers trails for walking, biking or horse riding. The views are fantastic and it's all so easy to access. We drove to the ski resort of Prati di Tivo and parked near the main square. It was Sunday but most...More

3  Thank Stuart C
Reviewed 22 July 2015 via mobile

Gran Sasso park is great for hiking and outdoor sports on every level. Only thing thats difficult, is finding information in other languages than italian. The hotel at campo imperatore is a good starting point for many nice hikes, including the 2912 m corno grande

5  Thank Stig15
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