Chieti is a province in the central Italian region of Abruzzo; its capital city is also called Chieti. It has the fortune of encompassing a variety of resources within its territory; indeed, Chieti attractions include natural reserves, religious sanctuaries, historical town centers, archaeological sites, a beautiful countryside, hilly regions, mountainous areas and sandy beaches. For tourists visiting Chieti to participate in outdoor sports, parks such as the Parco Nazionale della Majella and the Riserva Naturale guidata Cascate del Verde are veritable havens. If you’re looking for things to do in Chieti during the winter, you can head to the Majella for some great skiing. One of the Chieti sights that kids will enjoy is Aqualand, a water park with over 3000 square meters of pools and one kilometer of slides. Tourism in Chieti is also boosted by the presence of large numbers of artistic and historical sights; indeed Chieti culture is quite old, with the capital city perhaps being the oldest city in Italy. There are several museums here, including the National Archaeological Museum of Abruzzo, as well as structures such as the Cathedral of San Giustino and the Bishop’s Tower.