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We stayed in the old city and so glad we did. Vasto has a number of piazzas that flow into one another.
At night these piazzas come alive, full of people walking, playing, eating or just taking in the fabulous ambience. We loved it!
I came here for a music festival and was blown away by the beauty of the historical center which was well-kept, clean, charming, and the people were lovely too. Close to beautiful beaches as well. Overlooked by lots of tourists, yet worth the trip!
It is fun to get lost among all of the little alleyways. We found several interesting shops - jewlery, clothing, artwork. Don't worry about getting totally lost -- the sea is easy to find, just go downhill. And once you find the walkway along the...More
Wonderful small town of about 40,000 wi5h wonderful beaches, great archeological museum. Good restaurants with Vastese specialty of Brodetto, which is a travesty as describing it as fish soup but a terracotta pot of various fish and clams and crustecheans in a ligh tomatoe based...More
The old historic center will take your eye at every corner, day time or under the moonlight, with the beautiful architecture, small shops where you will be attracted to enter at least to see and many many restaurants, bars and ice cream shops that for...More
This gem of a place nestled at the top of a hill overlooking a stunning bay of Vasto Marina. An abundance of quality restaurants is readily available to you. But the real find is the old, Historic Italy; cobbled streets, tiny walkways, renovated houses mixed...More
This coastal Adriatic city is a delightful surprise. The city is filled with history. It is actually divided into a city scape which sits atop looking over the Adriatic city and on clear days you can see the Tremiti Islands. Filled with wonderful small shops,...More
The historic center of Vasto has Roman origins and has kept many traces of its medieval and later eras.
In our visit we first stopped to admire Piazza Rossetti where you have the Caldoresco Castle, ruins of a past era, nice buildings and a monument...More
We stayed in a small house in Vasto for two weeks and it is a great little historic centre with 4 or 5 churches and 1 cathedral .There are several shops and not the usual tourist "tut" and it's great for photo's and people watching...More