From the battle of Canne to the famous “Challenge of Barletta”
Barletta, the stage of the historical “Challenge“, a famous duel fought between French and Italian knights in 1503, is today an art city on the Adriatic Sea with important historical heritage, as well as a lively nightlife.
While here, you will see the magnificent cathedral and the castle, one of Southern Italy’s most imposing fortresses, which now houses the Civic Museum. In front of the Basilica of the Holy Sepulchre, you will see the Colossus, a tall Roman bronze statue representing emperor Theodosius II.
Just 9 km away, you can find the archaeological site of Canne della Battaglia, where Hannibal army defeated the Romans in the 216 BC battle of Cannae.
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There is no better way than a boat trip to enjoy the beauty of the Apulia seas. We can organize your private or sharing boat tour (sailing or motor) in the all best costs of Puglia: Vieste and Peschici on the Gargano, the Tremiti Islands, the perched city of Polignano a Mare, Monopoli, the breathtaking cliffs around Otranto, the white beaches of Gallipoli, till Taranto with is large dauphin colony... read more
In introductory Apulian cooking classes you will have the chance to gain practical knowledge about some of the most typical dishes of Puglia, including the most famous orecchiette with broccoli rabe. read more
Get a taste of traditional life in Puglia! At least once a week, every Apulian town organizes a local market where you can find local fresh food products... read more
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Bari is the capital of Apulian Romanesque style. While here, you will see the two faces of the city. First, you will visit the French-influenced Murat quarter, with its elegant 19th Century theaters and majestic Liberty-style palaces. read more
Bitonto is an elegant old town in the area of Bari that preserves a magnificent angevin circular tower of the 14th century (Torrione Angioino) and beautiful renaissance buildings of the 15th-16th century. read more
We will visit one of the wonders of Italy, Castel del Monte. This mysterious castle was built in the 13th Century by Holy Roman Emperor Frederick II and is an example of architectural perfection in Puglia, surrounded by a breathtaking landscape. read more
Giovinazzo is a fascinating medieval village by the Adriatic Sea with a fortified small port and a wonderful romanesque cathedral. During our visit of Giovinazzo you will walk through narrow alleys, sunny squares and shady arches as the so called "Trajan Arch", built in the XIV century using two mile columns of the roman Trajan Way. read more
Trani is one of the most beautiful cities along the Adriatic Sea. The city is famous for its extraordinary Romanesque cathedral directly facing the sea, dedicated to St. Nicholas the Pilgrim, as well as its ancient harbor, which provides for an elegant setting for the many who stroll between colorful fishing boats and fine restaurants. read more
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