What to do in Bari

Scatto del maestoso Castello Svevo di Bari con la sua imponente architettura medievale.

Swabian Castle of Bari

Visit Bari's majestic Swabian Castle, an ancient fortress dating back to the 13th century. Admire the medieval architecture and learn about the fascinating history of this historic place
Scatto del lungomare di Bari con la vista panoramica sul mare Adriatico.

Waterfront promenade

Take a leisurely stroll along Bari's waterfront and enjoy panoramic views of the Adriatic Sea. Breathe in the fresh air and admire the spectacular sunset during the evening
Scatto della città vecchia di Bari con le sue stradine pittoresche e l'architettura tradizionale.

Old town of Bari

Getting lost in the old town of Bari is a unique experience. Explore the picturesque narrow streets, admire the traditional architecture and discover the hidden treasures of this ancient city

Scatto di una gita in barca lungo la costa di Bari con baie nascoste e splendide scogliere.

Boat trip

Enjoy a boat trip along the coast of Bari and discover hidden bays, sea caves and beautiful reefs. Take in the breathtaking scenery and relax in the sun
Scatto di un piatto tradizionale pugliese durante un tour gastronomico a Bari.

Culinary tour

Join a food tour in Bari and discover the authentic flavors of Apulian cuisine. Taste delicious traditional dishes and discover the secrets of local cuisine
Scatto di un pescatore locale durante un'esperienza di pesca a Bari.

Fishing experience

Experience fishing in Bari and learn the traditional techniques of local fishermen. Enjoy the tranquility of the sea and try your hand at catching fresh fish


Giovinazzo, a seaside village on the Adriatic, enchants with its picturesque old town and lively harbor. Golden beaches, centuries-old churches and an authentic atmosphere make this place a jewel worth discovering.

Castel del Monte

Castel del Monte, a medieval, UNESCO World Heritage Site castle that stands on a hilltop offering breathtaking views. The geometric precision of its forms and the mystery surrounding its construction make it a fascinating destination for lovers of history and architecture.


Trani, a charming town on the Apulian sea, is distinguished by its seaside cathedral, picturesque harbor and medieval streets. A mix of history, architectural beauty and authentic atmosphere.

Polignano a Mare

Polignano a Mare seduces with its sheer cliffs and historic center characterized by charming alleys. The Lama Monachile Beach, set among the rocks, offers spectacular scenery. The old town, with its lively squares and scenic restaurants, creates an unforgettable atmosphere.


Monopoli, a charming town on the Adriatic coast, boasts a historic center rich in history and architectural beauty. Its picturesque harbor, enchanting beaches and medieval streets make Monopoli a unique place. Historic churches and the lively atmosphere of the squares create a perfect mix of tradition and authenticity.

Caves of Castellana

The Castellana Caves, a spectacular karst complex in southern Apulia, reveal an underground world of incredible beauty. Evocative guided tours lead through towering halls, millennia-old stalactites and stalagmites, creating a unique panorama. This geological wonder, rich in limestone formations, offers an unforgettable experience.


Ostuni stands on a hill and is distinguished by its characteristic white houses. The labyrinthine historic center, narrow streets, and adorned balconies create a charming atmosphere. The Romanesque cathedral and views of the surrounding countryside make Ostuni a charming and picturesque destination in the heart of the Salento region.


Alberobello, the jewel of Puglia, captivates with its trulli, ancient conical dwellings with stone roofs. This UNESCO town transports visitors to a fairy-tale world with cobblestone streets, cozy squares and a unique atmosphere. Trulli, a symbol of authenticity and tradition, make Alberobello an unforgettable destination in the heart of the Itria Valley.


Matera, city of the Sassi, exudes a timeless atmosphere. Its troglodyte dwellings, carved into the rock, tell a thousand-year history. Suggestive alleys, rock-hewn churches and the majestic cathedral give Matera an aura of mysticism and authenticity. Declared a World Heritage Site, Matera enchants with its unique landscape.