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Bari Self-Guided Audio Tour
"Immerse yourself in the rejuvenated and beautiful city of Bari a historic town that is now a haven of piazzas with trendy restaurants and bars. In the past its reputation was shady but in recent years has turned around and transformed into a bustling and vibrant city. If you are lucky you will see street musicians and performers of a very high standard who play for the love of music itself. On this the 4th largest theatre in Italy. You will also see the Porto Nuovo Palazzo del Sedile Piazza del Ferrarese Via Appia
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Private Walking Tour Murat District and Historical Bari
"Discover picturesque old Bari quarter and historic attractions crowded into a maze of narrow streets. This tour is a perfect blend of the best sights that Bari has to offer. This awesome town is famous for the relics of St. Ni a beloved saint both by the Catholic Church and the Orthodox Church. He is the figure who inspired the myth of Santa Klaus. During this tour you will admire the Basilica of St. Nicholas and the beautiful Cathedral of St. Sabin the greatest examples of unique Apulian Romanesque architecture. You will also visit St. Sabino crypt which is built in a pure Baroque style. Then you will also be able to visit the famous Norman-Swabian Castle (from outside) This imposing fortress of the twelfth century was built by Roger the Norman and after its partial destruction was rebuilt by Frederick II of Swabia. This building is among Bari's symbols and it strategically overlooks the sea from a stunning point of view. You will finish this  a white marble column with a stone lion to which they used to tie insolvent debtors. Before the tour ends
From EUR150.00
 
Bari Walking Tour with Traditional Coffee Break
"Tour starts at 9:30am and you will walk around the beautiful and wonderful city of Bari. Stroll along the monumental Lungomare enter in the old Bari throught the Turkish door and listen to your guide explaining the secrets of the old city such as why why streets are so tiny and narrow.Stop for a huge traditional coffee Puglia typical espresso from April to November is served with ice for a fresh break! after coffee you will continue the historical tour seeing beautiful places such as Saint Nicholas the Cathedral Piazza del Ferrarese Piazza Mercantile the Sedile palace
From EUR219.00

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You will find a lot of souvenir shops one after the other in Rione Monti district as you walk towards the famous trulli church of Saint Antonio. As most of the dwellings are in the traditional trulli...
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Automatic shops 24/7

I have come across these automatic shops in other towns and cities around Europe but I’m was surprised to see one in Alberobello. The shops as they don’t need anyone to operate them they are open 24/...
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Pasta and Liquor

A good souvenir from Puglia would be a sample of the different types of local food. - Puglia is famous for high-quality olive oil. - there are some interesting local red wines (like the "primitivo")....
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Basilica di San Nicolà

Basilica San Nicola was built for a very specific reason: to house the remains of Saint Nicholas which were taken (stolen) from Myra in Turkey and brought to Bari in 1087. The crypt, where the...
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Alberobello Walks

As I have stayed for two nights in Alberobello with a side trip to Monopoli I got to walk most of this lovely village. Is a village that you can actually cover in one day and if I did have more...
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Duomo - Cathedral

I wanted to visit Brindisi's Duomo primarily because I knew it had very ancient roots. The building was consecrated in 1089 and completed by 1143. But, as I'd expected, time, changes in...
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Basilica di Santa Croce

If you only have to time to visit one church in Lecce, this should be it. The Basilica di Santa Croce is widely considered to be the finest example of the Barocco Leccese style, and its façade is a...
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Old Town - Historical Centre

Borgo Antico/Citta Vecchia in Taranto is by far the most atmospheric and evocative Medieval old town I have yet visited in Italy. It hasn't been tarted-up for visitors, its narrow streets and...
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Trani Cathedral - Cattedrale di San Nicola Pellegrino

Trani's cathedral is built in the most remarkable spot, on a rocky prominence at the extreme end of the natural harbour on which Trani has developed. It really couldn't have a higher profile! Work...
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"Puglia & Basilicata"
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"Puglia on the Adriatic Coast and more"
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"One of my favourite region in the country"
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"Puglia - The best of the southern Italy"
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"in the deep south of Italy"
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