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Bari and surroundings in 5 days

Do you have almost a week to visit Bari and its surroundings? Here's what you might see in 5 days

Some tips for spending 5 unforgettable days in Bari and in the beating heart of Puglia

If you are looking for some advice on what to see in Bari and the surrounding area during your five-day then you are consulting the right page.

Let's start immediately from an assumption, if you have decided to visit the most characteristic places in Puglia , and are thinking of staying in Bari , you couldn't have made a better choice; first of all Bari is the capital of this splendid region of southern Italy and as such it offers a whole series of services that only a large city like Bari can offer, furthermore, being geographically located in the center of Puglia it allows you to reach many beautiful places with the unmistakable Apulian style , but above all, Bari is a city you absolutely must see!

History, culture, sun, sea, sunsets, joy, lots of food and nightlife , Bari is a conglomerate of sensations and emotions that you absolutely cannot give up, just as in 5 days you will not be able to give up all the beauty of its surroundings, such as Polignano a Mare, Alberobello, the Castellana Caves and the entire Valle d'Itria (southbound) or Giovinazzo, Trani, Castel del Monte and much more (northbound).

Obviously five days to see everything that the province of Bari has to offer, however with these tips you will certainly not return home empty-handed, on the contrary, you will probably immediately plan a new date to be able to return to Puglia and continue the journey !
Having said that, let's not waste any more time and immediately satisfy the need that brought you here, to see Bari and its surroundings in 5 days!

First day in Bari:

first day in Bari by immediately visiting the most characteristic places in the city which do not require any particular effort. Some examples? You could walk along the splendid seafront of Bari , then cross the shopping streets until you enter Bari Vecchia and walk along the wall that surrounds the ancient village and, above all, visit a precious symbol of Bari, the Basilica of San Nicola .
Scroll through the slide to find out what to see on the first day.

Second day in Bari:

The second day in Bari you could dedicate it to something more exclusive and evocative, such as a guided tour of the underground cellars of old Bari (wonderful) or visits to the main museums of the ancient village. Scroll through the slide to find out what to see on the second day.

Third day in Bari:

The third day is a good reason to start moving from the center of Bari to understand what the rest of the city offers. You could visit, for example, the characteristic Russian Church dedicated to Saint Nicholas , not far from Parco 2 Giugno (another Bari attraction) until you glimpse a beautiful 1901 locomotive. Scroll through the slide to find out what to see on the third day.

Fourth day... nearby!

Having reached the fourth day it is time to discover some wonderful places in the surroundings of the Apulian capital, some close by, others a little further away from Bari but still easy to reach (it is no coincidence that the advice is to stay in Bari ) . An idea? Spend the morning in Monopoli , have lunch there, and then enjoy a beautiful sunset complete with ice cream in Polignano a Mare (returning towards Bari) .

Fifth day... nearby!

The fifth day could be the right and unmissable opportunity to get away from the coast and go a little further into the Bari hinterland, where? Simply in one of the wonderful symbols of the typical Apulian style, the trulli of Alberobello , famous throughout the world. In Zone? The deep Castellana Caves . Scroll through the slide and discover the beauties of the fifth and final day!

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