Visit the city of Bari

It boasts the largest seafront in Italy, decorated with marvelous historic buildings.

The city of Bari, between fishing boats and long strips of sand and rock, awaits you.

The Petruzzelli Theater

The Petruzzelli Theater is the largest theater in the city of Bari and the fourth largest in Italy.

The history of the Bari theater began when Onofrio and Antonio Petruzzelli presented the design of the structure at the Bari Town Hall. The Petruzzelli proposal was accepted in 1896.

In October 1991, the theater was devastated by a violent arson, then resurrected on December 6, 2009, the day when it was inaugurated the first season of Petruzzelli rebuilt after the pyre with the Turandot by Giacomo Puccini.

5′ walking     Corso Cavour, 12

The Margherita Theater

The Margherita Theater is one of the historic theaters of the city of Bari and is currently undergoing restoration and conversion into a museum of contemporary art.

The theater is the first building built in Bari in reinforced concrete, and unique in Europe for the particular construction on stilts.

Being entirely surrounded by water, the theater was connected to the mainland by a jetty.

7′ walking     Piazza 4 Novembre

The Norman Castle – Swabian

The Norman Castle – Swabian of Bari, symbolic building of the city of Bari, is an imposing fortress that stands on the edge of the old city.

The medieval fortification dates back to around 1132. The building, wanted by the Norman king Ruggero II, is surrounded by the ancient moat that runs along three sides, with the exception of the northern band, once bathed by the sea.

12′ walking     Piazza Federico II di Svevia

The Basilica of San Nicola

The Basilica of San Nicola in the heart of the city of Bari, is one of the most significant examples of architecture of the Apulian Romanesque style.

The Basilica was built in Romanesque style between 1087 and 1100, during the Norman domination.

The building of the basilica is linked to the relics of St. Nicholas, the patron saint of the city of Bari.

12′ walking     Largo Abate Elia, 13

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