Teramo, capital of the province, is surrounded by the Gran Sasso and was called by the Romans “Interamnia” or “the city between two rivers”, the Tordino river and the Vezzola river. Rich in history and art you can today admire the remains and archaeological finds that testify the passage of various peoples. Such as the remains of the amphitheater and the Roman theater, of the fourth century and the third century AD. In the old town, the Corso Cerulli, the heart of Teramo, the main monuments to visit are the Cathedral of San Bernardo, the Town Hall, with the fourteenth-century loggia, the bishop’s palace, the churches of Saint Anthony, Saint Getulio, the House of Melaniti and the Art Gallery. The main museum is the F. Savini Archaeological Museum. And still, the church of Madonna delle Grazie, which developed from a monastery of the Benedictine nuns and the House of Melatino, in Largo Melatini, of medieval origin of the thirteenth century. In the rest of the province Giulianova point that stems from an ancient Roman settlement, Castrum Novum, and has a coastal part and another one which extends on the hill. Here we recommend in particular the visit to the Cathedral of San Flaviano, the Belvedere on the sea in Piazza Vittorio Emanuele and the Sanctuary of Our Lady of Splendor. Also important is the Art Museum of Splendor, the Archaeological Museum Tower “The White”, the Hall of the Sculptor Raffaello Pagliaccetti, the Chapel of Bartolomei and the Home Museum Gaetano Braga. Among the other places in the Abruzzo coast we mention Roseto degli Abruzzi, known as Lido delle Rose, with wide sandy beaches and shallow waters, where it is recommended to visit the Church of St. Antimo, according to legend built by Pope Sixtus V, and the Church of SS Annunziata of the end of sixteenth century.