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The Province of Bari

Coat of Arms of the Province of Bari

The Province of Bari with a population of 1,255,228 inhabitants, is the most populous province of Puglia and 5 th in Italy. It covers an area of 3,825 square kilometers and includes as many as 41 municipalities.

Trullo of Puglia

Main sights:

The Basilica of Saint Nicholas

The Basilica is located in the heart of the old town of Bari, is one of the most outstanding examples of Romanesque architecture. The creation of the Church is linked to the desire to accommodate and preserve the relics of the Saint whose veneration also affects the Orthodox Church ... more


Alberobello is recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. The famous "Trulli" houses, tradition craft and food shops as well as a calm, relaxed, easy-going nightlife offer a unique and unforgettable tourism experience ... more

Castellana Grotte

The caves of Castellana represent the largest unexplored italian karst. The complex continues well beyond the part explored and opened to the public. It is possible to see an extraordinary concentration of natural works of art as a result of the slow flow of water in the depths of the earth, stalactites and stalagmites of many colors ... more

Polignano a mare

Of particular interest are it’s natural caves and historically important are the historic center and the remains of Roman rule. Among the latter on the bridge of Trajan, still viable, through Lama nuns ... more


A town of Valle d'Itria, which belongs to the association of "The most beautiful villages in Italy". The city was called "Luogorotondo" up to mid-nineteenth century because of the characteristic round shape of the settlement. It is made up mostly from the "Cummerse" houses with sweeping roofs that were built with limestone blocks. Locorotondo is also famous for it’s white wine ... more


This town is located in the hilly area of low Murgia and was an ancient peuceta center. Today is known for it’s ancient carnival, for manufacturing companies and for it’s caves ... more

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