Scenic sight in old town Bari, Puglia (Apulia), southern Italy.
Bari Vecchia, the port’s old town, is a collage of architecture that spans more than a millennia. Pick your way through its tangle of winding, cobblestone alleys and spend some time exploring the medieval Basilica di San Nicola, or discovering the Roman ruins and ancient artifacts that lie beneath Bari Cathedral.
The Castello Svevo is a castle in the Apulian city of Bari.
If you love fortresses and castles, you’ll have several to choose from during your cruise to Bari, Italy. The most famous is the Castello Normanno-Svevo, built in the 12th century and currently used for art exhibitions. There’s also the impressive Castello Angioino, situated right on the picturesque waterfront.
Bari, Italy offers easy access to some of the most beautiful beaches on the Adriatic. One of the most captivating is Torre Sant’Andrea, about two hours away by car. Its towering sea stacks, white cliffs, and crystal-clear water will leave a lasting impression on you, and the little villages nearby are charming as can be.
Bari is a haven for foodies — it is the capital of Puglia, a region renowned for its cuisine. Pop into a local trattoria and order a dish of orecchiette with tomato and fresh basil, soft white burrata, savory panzerotti stuffed with mushrooms, mozzarella and caper fillings, and anything made with fresh seafood caught off the coast.
From mainstream retail outlets to boutiques filled with trendy finds by up-and-coming designers, fashion is everywhere in Bari. Via Sparano is a great place to shop — it’s lined with stores by big brands and local labels selling everything from clothing and cosmetics to regionally sourced olive oil and wine.
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