Bari, Italy - Firebird City Guides

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Bari, Italy

Bari is a historic Italian city set on the shores of the Adriatic Sea and is noted for its well-preserved old town called Citta Vecchia or Bari Vecchia.

The city is home to many historic sights such as the San Nicola Basilica which dates all the way back to the 11th century and is considered as one of the main places for religious pilgrimage in the region.

Another place worthy of checking out during a trip to Bari, Italy is the old castle called Castello Svevo. This Norman castle was first built in the late 1130s and has managed to make it to our days in its historic appearance.

Here are the city highlights of Bari that are not to miss:

  • La Citta Vecchia old town
  • Normanno-Svevo Castle
  • San Sabino Cathedral
  • San Nicola Basilica
What is more, Bari is also the capital of the Puglia region and an important Italian port city.

The local dishes to try here are the cavatelli and orecchiette pasta, stuffed peppers and polenta fritters.

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