Discover Barletta with an exciting tour, highly recommended
The "Castel del Monte" of Andria.
The "La Salina of Margherita di Savoia", for reservations better one week before.
Situated on the site of an ancient Daunia village, the Canne della Battaglia Archaeological Park safeguards valuable artefacts from the Roman, Paleo-Christian, and Medieval eras.
The walking tour of Andria is not just any tour, but rather an alternative way to visit the spectacular beauty of this Apulian city by concentrating everything in one day.
Not only known as one of the most ancient cities in Puglia, Canosa is one of the oldest continually inhabited urban settlement in Italy.
The Alta Murgia National Park is the last example of Mediterranean steppe and contains drystone buildings, fortified masserie (farmsteads) and the magic of Castel del Monte.
Frederick II included Barletta Castle as one of the castles of the Terra di Bari (Land of Bari).
The scenic “Balcony over Puglia” holds a charming old town and the sacred San Michele Arcangelo Grotto.