The youth hostel is closed (don't look for it).. There are some hotels but they seemed to be expensive. You may stay in a camping ground, a little out of the city where you can go with the bus 12 from the bus stops in front of the train station. Actually an Italian couple took me to the camping with their car. Don't hesitate to ask for help to the citizens, they are really helpful.
One night costed 12500 Italian Lires for person.
(we had our own tent)
Big and quiet camping ground... Helpful staff... Check in ends at 8.00 pm. (that may be because of the season, because I was there in september)
Lodging can be a problem in Bari as it's an industrial and commercial center catering more to businessmen and transient workers than to tourists. Our visit coincided with the Fiera del Levante which meant the place was very heavily booked and we spent a good long time trudging the hot streets before stumbling over Albergo Fiorino.
I suspect the proprietor might be ever so nicely insane. The place is an absolute dump, but in a city where anything under 100,000 lire per night is virtually impossible to find, 59,000 lire for a double room looked pretty good. The owner is very nice and is still using a several years out of date Lets Go guide as his own guide to prices.
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