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Foggia Things to Do

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    by piccolina Updated Sep 8, 2002

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    Splendid it is the vision of the Gargano's coast that, steep and for most accessible only in boat, is raised stiff on the crystalline water. Bordered of stacks, rich of immense cavities it is inexhaustible source of wonderful natural scenes, insenature, beaches and small cale.
    The more evocative show is offered to the infinite and beautifulst grotto eroded in the course of the millenia from the wind and the frequent breakers.

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Foggia Hotels

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  • Paradiso Selvaggio

    Localita Ruccucupari Vieste, Foggia, 71019, IT

    Satisfaction: Poor

    Good for: Business

    Hotel Class 3 out of 5 stars

  • Hotel Adria

    Lungomare Lido del Sole - Localita Pantanello, Rodi Garganico, Foggia, 71019, Italy

    Good for: Solo

  • Agriturismo Le Cese

    Contrada Matine, San Giovanni Rotondo, Foggia, 71013, Italy

    Good for: Couples

Foggia Restaurants

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    by piccolina Updated Sep 8, 2002

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    A little restaurant whit a funny name."'Alt! qui...pane e pomodoro!"..It has a wonderful view in front of the sea and it's really not expensive.You can eat homemade dishes...but the best is toast bread with little red tomato and black olive...I dont' know the right address but you can find it on the street Vieste - Mattinata , just 3 km before to arrive.

    Favorite Dish: Pane e pomodoro of course...and also 'pepata di cozze'.

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Foggia Transportation

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    by piccolina Updated Sep 8, 2002

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    Vieste and the other centers of the Gargano Promontory can be easily reached: by car, through the highways going from Naples to Canosa and from Rimini to Bari; by railways, tanks to special fast and express trains through the lines Roma-Foggia-Bari and Milano-Bari-Lecce. Vieste, Rodi Garganico, Pugnochiuso are connected by sea to the Tremiti islands In summer, by a shipping line which starts from Manfredonia.

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Foggia Tourist Traps

  • trap no.2:communication

    The more to south you travel in Italy the greater troubles you have with communication. Usually, young people speak foreign languages(eng,ger,fra), but matured... On the other hand, italian isn't too difficult and some basic phrases can be really helpful

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  • trap 1: siesta

    beware of the'siesta time' as usual in the southern europe-all shops,offices,banks are closed.In Foggia,neither the public toillets are in service..But,I think this has changed...If not you have to visit this at train station

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Foggia Off The Beaten Path

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    by piccolina Updated Sep 8, 2002

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    The beautiful Gulf of Mattinata
    Mattinata, with its roofs of a dazzling whiteness in the green of olive and almond trees, whose name - Bacchelli recalls - is linked to the rising hour of the day. Here the charm of the landscape cannot be expressed indeed by words.

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Foggia Favorites

  • Lucera

    Lucera is an ancient city founded in Daunia, the centre of Dauni territory (in present day Apulia). Archeological excavations show the presence of a bronze age village inside the city boundaries. Lucera was probably named after either Lucius, a mythical Dauno king, or a temple dedicated to the goddess Lux Cereris. A third possibility is that the...

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  • Lucera e Monti dauni

    Lucera is an ancient city founded in Daunia, the centre of Dauni territory (in present day Apulia). Archeological excavations show the presence of a bronze age village inside the city boundaries. Lucera was probably named after either Lucius, a mythical Dauno king, or a temple dedicated to the goddess Lux Cereris. A third possibility is that the...

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  • San Domino

    The biggest island of the Tremiti's archipelago, it is covered by a pine wood. It is great to have a tour with a boat around the coast. You can visit the many beautiful caves, such as the "Grotta del Sale" (...of the salt), the "Grotta delle Viole" (...of the violets) and the "Grotta del Bue Marino" (...of the seal).On the island there is also the...

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