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Puglia

1 of 7 - Bari Airport
The main airport in Puglia is 9 km from the centre of Bari. You can reach Bari city centre by train or bus. A bus service connects the airport to many towns in Puglia, as well as city of Matera in the Basilicata Region.
Useful links
www.aeroportidipuglia.it
2 of 7 - Brindisi Airport
Brindisi Aiport is about 6 km from the city centre and about 35 km from Lecce, the starting point to reach the Salento area. Bus lines connect the airport to Brindisi and the Port of Brindisi, with its tourist ferries. A bus service connects the airport to several towns in Puglia, as well as the city of Matera.
Useful links
www.aeroportidipuglia.it
3 of 7 - Bari Railway Station
Trenitalia long-distance trains connect Bari to Italy’s major cities, including Rome, Naples, Salerno, Bologna, Florence, Venice, Milan and Turin. The Puglia region also has four regional railway lines.
Useful links
www.trenitalia.com
4 of 7 - Lecce Railway Station
Trenitalia long-distance trains connect Lecce and Bari to Italy’s major cities, including Rome, Naples, Salerno, Bologna, Florence, Venice, Milan and Turin. The Puglia region has four regional railway lines.
Useful links
www.trenitalia.com
5 of 7 - Port of Bari
The Port of Bari serves several shipping companies that connect Puglia with other Italian regions.
6 of 7 - Port of Brindisi
The Port of Brindisi serves several shipping companies that connect Puglia with other Italian regions. The port is served by a bus service to and from Brindisi Airport and the city centre.
7 of 7 - Foggia Railway Station
Trenitalia trains connect Puglia to the rest of Italy. Local trains connect all Puglia’s provinces.
Useful links
www.trenitalia.com
Puglia

Enchanting landscapes surrounding historic villages and cities of art: Romanesque and Baroque cathedrals and monuments characterise the squares, in the shade of imposing castles and noble palaces. From Gargano to Salento, Puglia is a treasure trove of priceless wonders. Lecce, Bari and Brindisi together with Ostuni, Trani and Alberobello are just some of the delights you will find in Puglia. A region with more than 800 km coastline with an offering for every traveller. Alongside tourism for families and lovers of wild nature, Puglia also pays close attention to the new generations, with places that have now become a "must" for the young, such as Gallipoli. Don't miss an excursion in the ravines, a cradle of rock civilization, between mysterious dolmens and menhirs, by way of the Itria Valley with its characteristic trulli and farmhouses.

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Stroll through characteristic villages, dive into crystalline sea, discover towns rich in art & history, treat yourself to a savoury break in an old farm. Choose your next experience.