Scanno is a magical village where it is possible to witness scenes of life that no longer exist in most other Abruzzo and Italian countries. Life goes by slowly and according to traditions, the well-kept and well-preserved historic center becomes the stage for unconscious memories that make visiting this village of great value.
You can find yourself at the exit of an old bakery, after buying the famous and tasty mostaccioli al cioccolato (chocolate mostaccioli) and see a glimpse where a foosball table “still resists” among the recreational activities that keep both children and adults engaged, especially during the summer, they prefer to live in the open air between alleys and shops.
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