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Grande Albergo delle Nazioni - Bari Hotels
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Grande Albergo delle Nazioni

Lungomare Nazario Sauro 7, Bari - Map
 
 
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VOI Oriente Hotel - Bari Hotels
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Corso Cavour 32, Bari - Map
 
 
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Hilton Garden Inn Bari - Bari Hotels
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Via Don Guanella 15, Bari - Map
 
 
4.2 out of 5 (79 reviews)
Scandic by Hilton Bari is a design hotel with 88 rooms, located in an exclusive area of Bari, close to main connecting roads …More
Palace Hotel - Bari Hotels
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Palace Hotel

Via Francesco Lombardi, 13, Bari - Map
 
 
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Hotel Pineta Wellness & Spa - Ruvo di Puglia Hotels
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Hotel Pineta Wellness & Spa

Via Carlo Marx, 5, Ruvo di Puglia - Map
 
 
4.4 out of 5 (58 reviews)
The Nicolaus Hotel - Bari Hotels
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The Nicolaus Hotel

Via Cardinale A. Ciasca, 27, Bari - Map
 
 
4.2 out of 5 (49 reviews)
Best Western La Baia Palace Hotel - Bari Hotels
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Best Western La Baia Palace Hotel

Via Vittorio Veneto 29 A, Bari - Map
 
 
3.7 out of 5 (58 reviews)
The BEST WESTERN La Baia Palace Hotel is a modern hotel situated right in the centre of Apulia, two kilometers from the …More
Best Western Hotel Dei Cavalieri - Barletta Hotels
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Best Western Hotel Dei Cavalieri

Via Foggia 40, Barletta - Map
 
 
4.2 out of 5 (68 reviews)
Marè Resort - Trani Hotels
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Marè Resort

Piazza Quercia 8, Trani - Map
 
 
4.5 out of 5 (12 reviews)
The Marè Resort SPA is an historical lodge realized under the sign of the concept CULTI inside Palazzo Telesio, a building …More
Mercure Villa Romanazzi Carducci Bari - Bari Hotels
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Mercure Villa Romanazzi Carducci Bari

Via Capruzzi 326, Bari - Map
 
 
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    Pocket Guide: Trulli

    Wotever you want from your trip to Italy, Apulia has the goods. The heel of the country’s famous boot shape, this massive region – which the locals call ‘Puglia’ - will brighten up your holiday with white cliff beaches and sparkling blue sea, hill towns and forests, cities of basilicas and cathedrals, and mouth-watering food and wine. Treat yourself to the finer things in life, and in Italy, with some of our Apulia accommodation.

    History

    Apulia covers over 90,000 square kms and is home to more than 4.1 million people. Greece played a big part in Apulia’s history, settling in the 8th century BC and building cities like Taranto. After a series of conquests, the Romans, Normans, Spanish and others all left their own marks on this area. After Mussolini came to power in 1922, he aimed to make Italy self-sufficient food-wise, and as a result, Apulia is rich in farm land and olive groves.

    Things to do

    Bari is the capital city of Apulia, and the home of the Teatro Petruzzelli theatre and the Stadio San Nicola. Check out the Basilica di San Nicola, a Puglian-Romanesque Norman church. If you’re here in May, the Festa di San Nicola is Bari’s biggest party, celebrating the return of the relics of Saint Nicholas in 1087.

    Set on a high plain, the Itria Valley (better known as Valle d’Itria) is full of charming villages with plenty of trulli, traditional white stone buildings with triangular roofs. Apulia’s cities include other historic gems like the Basilica di Santa Croce and Lecce Cathedral.

    Apulia is known for chalk-white cliffs overlooking fantastic beaches. The Gargano Promontory has plenty of these seaside views. It’s part of the Gargano National Park, which also includes the Umbra Forest, where forest trails wind through thick tall trees and quiet spots that are great for both silent, thoughtful contemplation and pleasant picnics.

    Shopping and dining

    Apulia has a stack of outdoor markets that take place throughout the whole year in different locations, including Taranto, Bari and Lecce. At the other end of the spectrum, you can also spend big on high-end designer brands in streets like Via Sparano, Bari.

    Because of its agriculture and closeness to the ocean, Apulia has some downright delicious food. Sit back with a plate of fresh mussels, some pizza or pasta, or another Italian favourite nicely complimented by a glass of vino.

    Getting here

    Once you’ve picked your Apulia hotel, check out our flights to Bari and get ready to experience the stunning scenery of the Apulia region. You’ll fall head over heel in love.

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