Explore the rich culture while visiting the many attractions Bari is replete with. These cultural attractions are suitable for all ages and can prove to make your trip to Bari a fruitful one. Be it historic monuments or cultural performances, cultural attractions somehow steal the show of the other attractions and things to do in Bari.
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Piazza San Nicola, Largo Abate Elia, 13, 70122 Bari, Italy
07:00 am - 08:30 pm
This signature Basilica at Bari was one of the first Norman churches of Southern Italy. Built in 1089, the basilica stores the relics of St. Nicolas of Myra (better known as Father Christmas) who lived almost 1700 years ago. Known for his many miracles for helping the poor and those in need, he is revered by both the Catholic and the Orthodox Churc...
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Seaport at Apulia, Northwest of Bari, Southern Italy
It is the harbour city in the region of Apulia (Puglia) with clear Greek influences. Also known as the Pearl of Puglia. Visitors can choose from:
Historical grandeur of the city, castles and forts
The public gardens for its magnificent view.
The more laid back can take a leisurely stroll across the city’s shiny limeston...
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Piazza dell'Odegitria, 1, 70122 Bari, Italy
07:00 am - 08:30 pm
Even though the Cathedral is overshadowed by the adjoining Basilica of St. Nicolas, it is worth a visit. Highly recommended by tourists across the world, it is one of the most important places of Catholic worship and seat for the archbishops of Bari.
Built during the Byzantine rule in 1062, the original design resembled a Latin cross. The building ...
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Citta Vecchia Due, Piazza Mercantile, 15 70122 Bari
Thrown a bit back in time, Citta Vecchia refers to Bari’s old town. For the more relaxed traveler:
Take a leisurely stroll on the narrow paved streets
Basilica San Nicola
Cattedrale di San Sabino
Il Succorpo della Cattedrale di Bari
Castel Del Monte
Piazza del Ferrarese
Lungomare e Murat a Bari
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Southern Bari, Italy
This Italian town was originally founded by the Greeks and then taken over by the Romans in 306 BC during the 3rd Samnite War; later to be ruled by North African Muslims. Mario Tozzi in his book Italian Secret, mentions Gravina and the hidden treasure beneath (underground caves).
Sights to explore in Gravina:
The scenic view for one is absolutely ...
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Indirizzo: SS. Per Noci, contrada Barsento, 70015 Bari
07:00 am - 07:00 pm
The Basilica of Barsento is real gem in the architectural history of Apulia. The adjoining farm was once a convent. It is not open to visitors anymore. Built in 591 AD under Pope Gregory the Great, it was home to the monks of St. Equizio.
The church is often admired for:
The Greek-Roman inspiration for church.
The facade and the technique used to ...
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Piazza XXVII Maggio, Alberobello BA, Italy
03:30 pm - 06:30 pm
The museum is a collection of artistic, historical and archaeological artifacts of Valdinievole. It is the southwester area in the province of Pistoria, Tuscany. Italy:
Medieval and ancient archaeological section
History of settlement – Immigration and Emigration
A history of the marshes , 16t...
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Via Salvatore Cognetti 36, 70122 Bari
10:00 am - 02:00 pm
The plan for the palace was formulated in 1924 and finally realized in 1932. The design and décor were entrusted to an engineer named Cambellotti. He based the architecture on the predominant Romanesque style of Apulia and found his inspiration from water as this was the seat of all the water distribution for Apulia.
One can admire:
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Province of Bari, Apulia
Adelfia or what the Italians call as Adelfie is an Italian commune in the city of Bari. Born out of the union of the two municipalities of Montrone and Canneto, the new city was named Adelaide meaning ‘brotherhood’ in Greek.
The city boasts of a rich heritage and a charming history with its origins in the two cities:
Church of St. Mary...