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Apulia

WHAT CAN I EXPECT FROM APULIA?

From Gargano to Salento, Puglia will conquer you with its history, its traditions and its crystal clear sea.

You can discover medieval castles immersed in centuries-old forests and seaside towns in whose ports you will be able to observe fishermen at work.

You can admire cities of art, cathedrals, trulli immersed in expanses of olive groves and baroque palaces in ancient villages where spirituality meets the flavors of Mediterranean cuisine.

A trip to Puglia satisfies every curiosity.

THINGS TO SEE AND DO in Apulia

Capo di Leuca

Expanse of olive trees

INFORMATION AND AVERAGE COSTS OF A TRIP

Accomodation – From trulli to masserie, passing through apartments in cities of art, camping sites, tourist villages, camping sites and luxury resorts. The welcome in Puglia satisfies every type of visitor and every budget.

Food – Apulian cuisine combines the flavors of the sea and those of the earth in dishes with genuine flavors such as orecchiette with turnip greens, burrata, caciocavallo, the capocollo of Martina Franca and many others to taste. Do not forget to try the oil, the main product of the Region, on a slice of bread: delicious.

Flying to Apulia – There are two main airports in the Region: Bari closest to the central northern tourist resorts and Brindisi, chosen above all for those staying in the Itria Valley and Salento. Puglia can also be reached by train thanks to the connections proposed by the State Railways and by sea with ferries or private boats.

Getting around – Apulia can be explored by car, but also by train and bus. There are four regional railway lines: the South-East Railways linking the city of Bari to Brindisi, Lecce and Taranto; the tramway that connects Bari to the Northern Municipalities; the Appulo Lucane railways from Bari to Basilicata and the Gargano railways that connect the city of Foggia to the neighboring municipalities. Bus companies, both private and urban, connect the main airports to the most important cities in the area and on the coast. Those who want to reach the Tremiti Islands can do it thanks to the ferries or the companies that carry out the transport by helicopter.

Suggested daily budgetaround 20 to 100 EUR

MONEY SAVING TIPS

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Taste local products in the restaurant or directly from the producers, food in Puglia is a blaze for taste and a joy to share.
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Buying from local craftsmen local crafts are the result of ancient gestures that have been handed down from family to family and timeless charm.
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Choose in advance which attractions to visit to better organize the excursions get information in the info points of each city or in the hotels to better organize your days.
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Moving by train or bus they are comfortable for those who do not want to drive and want a slower-paced holiday.
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