Discover Bari

Bari is a bustling port city located in the south of Italy, on the Adriatic Sea. It's the capital of Apulia and home to over 300,000 people. Bari is known for its old town which holds churches dating back to 1100 A.D., with Romanesque architecture and a lively piazza. Visitors can explore its many historical sites, or sample some of its world-renowned cuisine including orecchiette pasta and focaccia bread. The waterfront offers plenty of leisure activities such as strolling along the boardwalk or visiting markets for some local products like olive oil or craft beer.

When visiting Bari, there are a few must-see attractions: Castello Normanno Svevo (the Norman Swabian Castle), Basilica San Nicola (a church that houses St. Nicholas' relics), Cattedrale di San Sabino (the main cathedral in Bari) and Muraglia cinquecentesca (500 year old defensive wall). With it's ancient history, delicious Mediterranean food, beachfront views and vibrant culture - Bari is sure to provide an unforgettable experience when visiting Italy!