Bari Transportation

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    You'll probaly arrive in Bari...

    by Jim35 Written Aug 25, 2002

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    You'll probaly arrive in Bari via the Port or the train station. See the comments below on how to get from one to the other.
    Train to Ferry: Exit the train station and across the street you should see a bunch of buses. Buy a bus ticket from the yellow huts, or from a newstand in the station, and get on the 20/ (yes, the / belongs there) but be sure to ask the driver for 'porto'. Validate your ticket in the yellow box on board. Once at the port you may be required to show your passport so have it ready on the bus. Next the bus should (ours didn't) drop you at the terminal of whatever ferry you're sailing with [I recommend reserving tickets ahead of time via web]. Once you've checked in or bought your ticket there should be a small shuttle van to transport you and your luggage from the terminal to the boat itself. Bon Voyage!!

    Ferry to Train: I only went the other direction but I'm assuming it's the same procedure backwards. You may have to ask at the terminal when you get off the boat where to catch the bus... [if you've gone from port to train in Bari, let me know]

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    The railway station is THE hub...

    by dnwitte Written Aug 24, 2002

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    The railway station is THE hub for Southern Apulia. The Intercity train is roughly 8 hours from Bologna and reservations are strongly recommended as the long distance fast trains are usually jammed. DO NOT EVEN CONSIDER driving to Bari. You may be able to handle the driving habits of the Southern Italians, but you won't find any place to park and a rental car is a prime target for theft and break ins.
    Bari is easily walkable if you can tolerate the traffic, and is a good base for daytrips. The fascinating city of Matera is about 90 minutes away by train, and Lecce is a couple of hours to the South.

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    by JoyDivision Updated Nov 22, 2006

    Bari can be reached from the airport as follows:

    "Autoservizi Tempesta"

    offers a shuttle service connecting Bari-Palese airport to Bari railway station.



    bus no. 16 to the centre (Piazza Moro)

    timetable on:


    Radio Taxi tel. no, +39 080-5543333

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    by AliJoe Updated Jun 12, 2004

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    Since I'm coming from East (Greece), I took a ferry via Corfu Island (Greece) and landed to Brindisi.


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    Take the ferry in Patras

    by jorgejuansanchez Written Oct 18, 2014

    It is the best way to get to Bari from Greece. The service is daily, in the evening, so you sleep and save one night hotel at the same time that you gain time and money!

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