Brindisi Travel Guide

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Brindisi Things to Do

  • The Castle

    Opposite from the port of Brindisi was built in 1400 by Ferdinand of Aragon as a defense against attacks from the seaThe older section of red brickwork called Alfonsino CastleThe castle is located on the islet of S. Andrea located in the outer harbour and opposite the mouth of the channel PigonatTogether they make up the entire area of the Fort. It...

  • The port of Brindisi

    From here, you can catch the ferry from Italy , Greece or AlbaniaApart from being a ferry to Corfu and Brindisi to Greece, the port is also home to the United Nations Logistics Base (UNLB)The base is to provide logistic support resources for all peacekeeping operations around the worldSuch as any ports, Brindisi has the seamy side, but it's also...

  • The ancient roman columns

    For many years the columns thought to symbolise the ending of the road, (Via Appia) was a referral of that time to navigators of the port of this townThe Roman column located in the Port of Brindisi and one of the most important symbols of the city is what remains of what was originally Made from eight sections of Turkish marble and 1874 metres...

  • Piazza Duomo

    The oldest square of the city. Passing a pointed arch, above which rises the bell tower, you will reach the beautiful Piazza Duomo, the cathedral houses on the leftAlthough the first building was originally in the Romanesque style. Among them is reminiscent of the external apse dating from the years 1089-1132, but it was rebuilt in 1746 as a result...

  • Catch the little ferry across the...

    There is a little ferry that leaves from the waterfront near the base of the pedestrian street and goes across the water - Pigonati Channel. Across the water are good views of Castello svevo - The Swabian Castle built in 1227 - and the Italian Sailor's Monument - built in 1933 and standing 54 meters tall aka "The Big Rudder". Cost is 18 euro cents...

  • Well worth a visit

    We expected a typical port - run down and dirty. We headed for the historic centre and were very impressed with what we found


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  • Expensive but nice

    I had a couple of appetizers for dinner: antipasto di mare and a caprese salad. The salad was very very good - tomatoes and buffalo mozzarella cheese. The antipasto was also good; it consisted of hunks of octopus and a lettuce salad covered in olive oil. The waiters were all dressed to the nines and the place was nicely decorated. It felt a little...

  • Good value, tasty food

    We were surprised to see so many restaurants still open at 11 pm on a Saturday night, but were happy to be able to find some food after arriving from the airport. Not only was Giuseppe's open, it was packed! It took a while to get seated which gave us time to people watch - to our surprise, the place was packed with people of all ages, from babies...

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Brindisi Transportation

  • Rent a car

    To have your own car in Southern Italy is necessary. This part of the country local transportation is not reliable in compare to other part of ItalyWe have book our car in advance through website. We started our journey in Rome where we pick up the car at theTerminiBooking in advance is necessary! To drop off our our car in Brindisi airportCheck...

  • Ryanair

    Ryanair is a low cost airline that flies to many places around Europe. The services are pretty good and a reliable airlineFlights are on time. But we have no choice, all flights are departs from Brussels South, a difficult airport to reach with local transfer and car parking at the airports are very expensive Starting year 2014 they start to fly...

  • Ferry

    There are very many companies that operate betwen Brindisi and other ports, especially to Greece and Albania, those are the most frequent routes. You can check the complete list at the website of the port of Brindisi (, or search for individual ferry lines for the schedule.If you arrive to Brindisi by ferry, even...


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  • Internet - one place near train station

    If you need to use the internet in Brindisi there is pretty much only one place to go. It is one street away parallel to the train station entrance. There is a big blue canopy over the entrance that says internet. Be prepare to have your passport photocopied as apparently there is a law in Italy or at least in Brinidisi that requires internet cafe...

  • Don't Forget Insurance

    If your current health insurance doesn't cover you while your abroad, you should consider getting international travel insurance just in case something should go wrong.

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