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I am a food and travel writer with passion for all things Abruzzo. It is my job to know the best foodie spots in Pescara and Abruzzo and I'll be happy to share them with you! My groups are small, never more than 6 people, so my tours feel more like a friends' outing, with loads of laughs and delicious bites of the best local specialties. While we gorge on local cheeses, cured meats, baked goodies, gelato, pizza etc., I will tell you about the region's culinary traditions, history behind some of the foods, local anecdotes and recommend my favourite places to eat and visit in the region. The tour includes 7-8 tasting stops. Vegetarian options available. Click on Abruzzo With Gusto and then "More" to contact me directly. Make sure you communicate your special dietary requirements (allergies, vegetarian etc.) when booking the tour. The tour is not suitable for vegans and those on gluten-free diets.
This three and a half hour food and wine tour offers 5 authentic tastings (the food served in abundance will replace the prenzo) in different places in the village of Pescara Vecchia: it starts with a visit to the local market and discover seasonal products and secret ingredients. You will do 2 tastings in the family-run stores of the market. You will continue in the village of the native places of Gabriele D’Annunzio doing 2 more tastings in the alleys among the dozens of restaurants, bistros and wine bars. The tour will end at a historic Pescara pastry shop with a tasting of the typical Pescara cake that Gabriele D’Annunzio loved so much: the Parrozzo
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