Bari accommodation for your lovely Bari travel
Are you looking a for a holiday destination that promises a once in a lifetime experience? Get packing those bags and book the next flight to Bari, the capital city of Italy's Apulia region. After Naples, Bari is the second largest city in the South of Italy, meaning there are plenty of things to keep even the most discerning guests entertained. Not only is Bari a busy port and commercial hub, the city is also popular holiday destination, attracting thousands of tourists every year.
A villa Bari or a Bari apartment is the most common type of Bari accommodation that is booked. The long sandy beaches along the Puglia coastline for starters are a perfect relaxation point during those hot summer days. With temperatures over 30 degrees, you'll appreciate the cool breeze wafting in off the deep blue Mediterranean Sea, too. The coastal region also forms the heart of Bari's vibrant night-life scene. There are bars and clubs galore for those content with boogying the nights away as well as a whole host of restaurants for those with a more relaxing evening in mind.
Bari travel - wonderful sights and delicious food
A seaside town, it really should come as no surprise that Bari specialises in tasty sea-food dishes. The region takes particular pride in its seafood, with meals served with fresh, locally-produced tomatoes and artichokes and a glass of cool white wine forming a particular treat for the palate. Finish with a few juicy grapes and cherries plucked from one of Bari's many cherry trees and vineyards and you're in for a culinary treat. A stroll around the town should be enough to work off those calories! With so many different sight to be seen, make sure you're wearing comfortable shoes – you wouldn't want a nasty blister to spoil your fun. A heady combination of Roman, Norman and Arabic architecture, the buildings on Bari typify the region's multi-cultural past, with each invader or inhabitant leaving a part of their culture behind, as a memento of their visit. Fascinating! Those who also like to discover other regions in their holidays could rent a car and explore Basilicata or Campania.
Bari accommodation - find the right place to stay on your Bari beach holidays
For those who love exploring the beautiful Norman churches, the Casello Svevvo and the Pinacoteca Provinciale are well-worth exploring. The Arabic town of Locorotondo is also worth checking out, not just because of its exquisite Moorish architecture, but also due to its vineyard which sprawl across the gently inclined countryside. The nearby Alberobello - a UNESCO renowned site - and the Grotto di Castellana caves will equally fascinate you with their rich history and the dark myths surrounding them. The town of Bari really comes to life in November, graced by a procession of singing pilgrims heading towards the sea for the festival of Saint Nicholas. The festival is filled with popular music and firework contests that certainly spark your interest. If you plan to join in with the festivities, be sure to book your Bari accommodation in advance. The festival is hugely popular and can result in our Bari apartments and villas Bari disappearing fast. So do not let this spoil your Bari travel.
Villa Bari - a great place to recover and to start new adventures
Despite the popularity of the Saint Nicholas Festival, it is the summer month which attract the most tourists to this charming region. Clear skies and sunny weather are the best opportunities to enjoy a walk through the beautiful landscape and scenery and to take part in more adventurous activities such as horse riding and mountain biking. The warming sunshine also makes a picnic a very tempting proposistion. If you suffer the misfortune of a rare rainy day, simply retreat to your Bari holiday home or villa Bari and shelter within the cosy four walls of your Bari apartment.
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